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    Italian children who grew up in the 40s and 50s did not realize that they were a second & third generation of Italian American citizen of the United States. Italian American assume that this was the way of life. The first generation instill a powerful belief of the way of life into the second and third generation. Everyone stay together and live together. Italian and Italian American felt like they were different from all other race like Irish, Jewish Polish, Black American, German and more. The

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    One culture that interests me is the Italian culture. This culture interests me due to part of my paternal heritage coming from Italian descent. I would love to be able to visit Italy one day to experience the Italian culture. Based on some of the research that I have done, there are many ways the Italian culture can enrich one's life, deepen their business expertise, and improve one's communication skills. Italy is among the seven most industrialized nations in the world, and its economy is among

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    ITALIAN RESTAURANT For the love of Italian cuisine The La Scala experience • Delicious authentic Italian food • Great coffee • Takeaway drinks • Breakfast and lunch combos • Sandwiches, cakes and tea • Pre-theatre and events menus • Fantastic atmosphere • Affordable prices • Friendly and attentive service • Both bookings and walk-ins are welcome • Fantastic selection of drinks to accompany your meal from our fully licensed bar La Scala is a great place to stop off for lunch in Cheltenham. We use

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    Italian Health

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    headlines again, this time it’s a good story, Italians are staying healthier for longer. What is their secret? It can’t be their love for exercise, their soot covered streets, unsanitary public restrooms or their love for cigarettes. What is the Italian secret for out living the U.S and most European countries? As I finish up my studies in movement exercise science and public health, I wanted to observe the general health, nutrition and exercise habits of the Italian culture. When I researched more in depth

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    Ethan Smith Professor Piazza Italian 21 9 December 2016 Cucina Italiano     In the early history of many countries, food always plays an important part in the development of the country and the economy as well. From starting out simple, the recipes evolve and spread after being handed down and spoken to others. Food is what defines many cultures, and is able to bring many people together in many cases. For example, food is what stands a major tradition in many families, recipes being a secret between

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    Distinct Italian Culture

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    Distinct Italian Culture is composed of community living, festivals, family living, and commemorations, etiquette practices, also economic, innovative and administrative components. The center of Italian life is encircled around relationships. Italian families widen from aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins. Italian families also form strong friendships with neighbors and people across their community. Italian people do not focus on the factor of being Italian, but more on the further linkage

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    My Italian Culture

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    I am an Italian-American, two very distinct cultures that have shaped me throughout my entire life. My father is a full-blooded Italian and my mother is American. They met when my mother moved to Italy for business and about 13 years later I was born and 2 years after me, my brother. We all moved to California in 2001, when I was almost 4 years old, because my mother is from California. Since my mother had lived in Italy for 16 years and had mostly assimilated, I can say that my life at home to

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    disappearance of the Roman Empire, the Italian Renaissance was introduced to the European culture. The Italian Renaissance was the revival of the Greek and Roman cultures in forms of art, education, and literature. The Renaissance originally began in Florence, Italy during the time of 14 A.D and eventually began to expand throughout western and northern Europe in 15 A.D. The rebirthing of these ancient cultures brought much awareness and knowledge to the Italian society and resulted in change in their

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    you might think about Italian people when they come to mind. But, are Italian stereotypes real? How do they happen? Why are certain stereotypes associated with Italian people? During this speech, I will inform you about Italian stereotypes, mannerisms and traditions and if they’re real. Some have happened to me in my daily life and some I have researched so I could tell you about them today. I will soon touch on Italians and food, Italians and family and of course, Italians and mannerisms. It could

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    Italian Immigrants Essay

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    Italian immigrants were not welcomed with open arms into the land of opportunity. They had to adapt to the new lifestyle without forgetting theirs. Throughout the years, American citizens would be accustomed to having foreigners living in their neighborhoods. The Italian immigrants established communities where they managed to keep la via vecchia alive.   The American population viewed the Italian immigrants as an inferior race. People who made rude comments about Italians specifically directed it

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