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  • Culture Of Italy : Italy

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    Culture of Italy INTRODUCTION: Some of you may think about the people of Italy as typical Italians running around town eating pasta and drinking wine. Surprise, surprise, you’re right. Wouldn’t you be doing the same thing if you lived in this gorgeous country? For Italians, it’s simple, eating and drinking is a part of their culture. It is what they know. All eating and drinking aside, for now, as most of you know Italy is located in Europe. It has a population size of 32 million people to whom

  • Italy : The Geography And Geography Of Italy

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    Geography/Location of Italy Out of the seven continents in the world, Italy; The seventy second largest nation in the world is located in Europe. Italy is a boot-shaped country that covers 294,149 square kilometers of land and 7,200 square kilometers of water, totaling 301,340 square kilometers and is apart of the eastern Hemisphere and located in Southern Europe. Located in the Mediterranean Sea is where this Peninsula lies and is surrounded by rolling hills, valleys, along with Alps and Apennine

  • Italy : A Country Of Italy

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    INTRO The beautifully known country of Italy had been a modern nation state for hardly half-century and the Kingdom of Italy was not declared until 1861. King Victor Emmanuel II of Sardinia, after the efforts of the great Italian statesman Camillo Benso di Cavour and the military campaigns of Giuseppe Garibaldi. “The young state of Italy faced many problems in the late 19th and early 20th centuries” (Sailus, 2016). The split nature of its beginnings caused massive differences in terms of regional

  • The History of Italy

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    Italy is a country that has gone through many changes throughout its history. It has faced many obstacles but has remained nationalistic and eager for unification. The political history of Italy is quite extensive. The Greeks were the first to settle in Italy and established colonies in the southern part of the country and in Sicily. There was not a sense of political reality as much as there was a civilization (Windows on Italy- History). While the Greeks controlled the south the Gauls, or

  • Food in Italy

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    Introduction There is a saying that states ‘one either lives to eat or eats to live’ and Italy as a country is ruled by the former. Italy is a culture that is rich and saturated in their traditions of cooking. They take pride in their food and live by the credo that food is only used if it is fresh, local and in season. There has been much debate on what defines Italian food and through research one can see that Italian food is not typical of a specific dish, rather that each region offers a new

  • South Italy

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    be eloquent. There is rarely a moment of silence during the conversation. Italian has characteristics of both Hall’s low and high context cultures. Northern Italy and Southern Italy differ by region, as the south is more collectivist, and the north is more individualistic. Northern Italy follows Hall’s high context culture, and southern Italy follows Hall’s low context culture. A high context communication style is one in which “most of the information is either in the physical context or internalized

  • The Migration Of Italy : The Causes Of Italian Immigration In Italy

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    Italy like almost all other European countries also suffered large population losses due to mass emigration during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Until the 1870s, Italian emigration was on a rather moderate level in comparison to other European countries. Between 1876 and 1970, about 25 million Italians left the country in search of work. Italy is occupying a peninsula that juts deep into the Mediterranean Sea. And Due to the geographical position coming to Italy through the Mediterranean

  • Italy Swot Analysis

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    Introduction 1 Strength Italy is situated is the center of the Mediterranean Sea. The main strength of geographical location is that Italy belongs to the coasts of four different seas (Adriatic Sea, Ionian Sea, Tyrrhenian Sea and Ligurian Sea). There are two large mountain ranges in Italy: Alps and Apennines. It is a big plus for tourism sector of the country. Tourism is one of the fastest growing and profitable sectors of the national economy. Italian climate is very different.

  • Italy Research Paper

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    Italy is one of the world’s most amazing countries, its full of sites, activities, so many things that you could never be bored. Italy is located in southern Europe, it surrounds two if the world’s smallest countries. Italy’s culture is amazing and unique, it has many unique qualities and features in its culture. Italy has many regions along with it, just for one country. It has twenty regions. Italy also has many more amazing facts and sites about its country and the people. Italy has an amazing

  • Italy - Research Paper

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    Geographically, Italy is comprised of a peninsula that extends into the Mediterranean Sea, as well as two large islands. The shape of Italy has been depicted as a ‘boot’ in many cartoons and drawings for years. The country covers over 116,000 square miles, making it approximately the combined size of Florida and Georgia. (Killinger, 2002) Italy is a democratic republic that has a current population of around 60 million people, making it the twenty-third most populous country in the world. Italy

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