Of what culture region are Belgium France Luxembourg Netherlands considered part?
Belgium, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands are part of the northern Eurpean culture region. Specifically, the four countries make up the Frankish, or French-speaking, parts of that region. Indeed, each one of the four has French-speaking populations. The populations may be in the minority, such as in the Netherlands. But then most people in the Netherlands speak four languages: Dutch, English, French, and German.
Maggy Nagel is the Minister of Culture for Luxembourg.
Answers differ if you mean Western Europe in Europe's main 5 regions. According to the CIA (US) & Encyclopedia Britannica, Western Europe includes Portugal, Spain, Andorra, France, Monaco, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. According to the UN, Western Europe includes Andorra, France, Monaco, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. And yet still other sources claim Western Europe as France, Monaco, Ireland, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands… Read More
no. German culture, not Luxembourg
Belgians are the native people of Belgium. The culture in Belgium is similar to that of the culture of France.
Luxembourg used to be a part of the French Empire and it also borders France. French has made its way into the country and culture.
French culture in Wallonia. Dutch (Flemish) culture in Flanders.
why is culture considered the matrix of personality
Yes, it's a western Germanic culture with it's own idea's.
The eight traits of culture are: Government Religion Economy Language Social Groups History Art Daily Life
yes it is considered a cultural complex
Flemish culture with Dutch as language, Walloon culture with French as language.
dynamic culture =)
He came from the Netherlands
they get up early and just like us
if the culture accepts change
what was considered a significant influence in native american culture
Arab culture is typically considered a high context culture.
The Byzantine culture could be considered a combination of Greek and Roman culture.
France borders Luxembourg and has historically exerted a strong cultural impact on the country. As a result, French was a more commonly used language than the indigenous Luxembourgish Language, which is a dialect of Old German.
The Harappan culture is considered a civilization. They exhibited qualities of a civilization such as social hierarchy and forms of communication.
Lewis - 2007 Counter Culture Blues 3-4 was released on: Belgium: 14 March 2009 UK: 12 April 2009 France: 31 May 2009 Netherlands: October 2009 USA: 29 August 2010 Germany: 1 May 2011
"Culture trait" could be considered a compound noun, but more traditionally "trait" would be considered a noun and "culture" an adjective modifying "trait".
Of the culture which assigns every human action to its origin instead of its result. (Nietzsche, Beyond ood and Evil, Chapter II. The Free Spirit, paragaph 32)
Crème fraîche is a soured cream containing about 28% butterfat and it is soured with bacterial culture, but is less sour and thicker than sour cream. Originally a French product, it is available in many countries. It is traditional to France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
It would be considered a cultural ITEM
Culture plays a large role in communication. Speech, language, words, and accents are also considered a part of a culture.
Is it true that Napoleon's effort to impose french culture were welcomed by the people in Spain and Netherlands?
Yes and No
Not very much. our culture is different, our attitudes are different, religious orientations are different, the food in Belgium is way better..... The only thing they have in common is that they're consumer societies.
Beliefs would be considered as a minor component that makes up a culture. Most cultures are founded on beliefs.
Geert Wilders in the Netherlands; Although his critique is mainly on Islamic religion (it is considered a `Fascist ideology') followers often see the culture of Islamic countries as being hundreds of years behind their own culture in terms of norms and values (e.g. no respect for homosexuality, no equality for men/woman, brutal punishment on crime, ..)
the region is home to many various indigenous culture groups
Your twenty first birthday is when you are considered to become of age, in African culture.
it described how the culture of Spain look like
within the culture are group of habits considered as ideal patterns of behavior which the members are expected to follow.
Hindusim is not the complexive culture, but it is the culture in which all humans can set there life stile.
Hard to explain from scratch (You may ask me [Desto] more specific questions if you want) that is a dumb answer
please and thank you!
They are considered to be good luck.
By "Hollanders" I presume you mean people from Holland or the "Netherlands". If this is the case than their culture is "Dutch".
Where did The king and royal family of Kongo adopt the language religion and many aspects of culture from?
The language from France and the culture from Belgium; if you are referring to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. There are two countries in Africa with Congo in the name.
A saving culture would be a society in which it is considered normal and appropriate for people to save money in bank accounts.
Culture is an integrated and interrelated whole, which means that if you change one part of a culture, you could significantly affect other parts of the culture, or even the culture as a whole. Language is considered to be the most important symbolic aspect of culture.
The Olmec as well as Teotihuacans are considered as such.
An ethnocentric approach is where you judge another culture/ethnic group using the values and standards of your own culture/ethnic group. What might be considered right in one culture (such as circumcision of young children), might be considered wrong in another culture. Members of the latter culture might therefore, using an "ethnocentric approach", judge the moral view of the other culture as wrong in comparison with their own moral views.
Most of the residents in Germany follow their own German culture, but are influenced by the cultures of bordering countries such as the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, France, etc... there is an especially large number of Turks living in Germany, bringing their own culture.
Describing Greek culture as universal is an obvious mis-statement. Do the peoples of Asia, for example, follow Greek culture? They wouldn't know anything about it.
He thought of it as civilising - Greeks considered their culture and system of city-states as superior.
For some, culture is considered the "glue" that holds an organization together and for others, the "compass" that provides directions.