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    Jamaicans and their Funny Culture Jamaica is one of the most beautiful Islands in the world. This special place is filled with joy, love and music. A Jamaican culture is the most beautiful thing anyone could ever imagine. Jamaicans have an endless amount of joy and spirit with them; they also make you laugh whenever you’re feeling mournful. However, everyone has their own ethnicity, culture and personal backgrounds, these cultural backgrounds define who you are as a person. This can also define why

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    1. How recent have you reflected on your culture role and those of others with the same culture? I think of my family and workplace culture role daily. There are many colleagues of my culture that I interact with daily. When interacting with colleagues of other another culture, I remain true to myself respectfully, and I will adapt to their cultural role when necessary. 2. What are some human characteristics shared by most everyone? These are considered universal human behaviors. Some human

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    green and the people are strong and creative”. (Jamaican Flag, 2017) This motto is an interpretation of the beautiful island of Jamaica. Jamaica, which is known as the “birthplace of Reggae, is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean. This island is such a sight to behold, along with it’s beautiful resorts and tourist attractions. A destination that is on the top of many people's bucket list. Gold, green, and black are the colors on the Jamaican flag. It symbolizes the pride and glory of the Jamaica

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    Reggae music was a big part of Jamaican culture. Many artists practiced the style of reggae and some of the artists like Bob Marley influenced and showed people internationally all about this music. It originated around the time that Jamaica was being attacked by European countries like Spain and native people being taken into slavery. Bob Marley was born after the time of slave trading but whites still effected the native people and this is how he got his inspiration for his music. a) The music

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    Reggae is a large part of Jamaican culture and has expanded to be popular globally. It was made popular throughout the 1960s mainly by a group from Jamaica called the wailers. They spread the genre to numerous parts of the world and touring widely and eventually gaining a following. They had also covered American songs in their genre which helped made it get into the mainstream. One member of this group Bob Marley is known as a very important man in this genre and considered to have brought it into

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    south of Cuba. I grew up in a vibrant, religious, mixed culture were majority of the people are African, West-Indians, Chinese, Europeans respectively. I was born and raised in a culture were respect is of utmost importance, were you weren’t allowed to talk back to our parents or any one that is considered as your elderly. Even to our younger siblings we were not allow to respond to them in a disrespectful mean manner. I grew up in a culture where morning and evening chores such as sweeping, cleaning

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    The Culture of Jamaica The culture of Jamaica has a strong religion, norms, values and lifestyle that governs the Jamaican people. “There is a rich culture in the island of Jamaica. The people are friendly, the religion is strong, the weather is great, the music is loud, and the parties are wild.” The mixed culture is caused by an ethnically diverse society, arise from a history of inhabitants beginning with the original Taino people. In 1492 the Spaniards brought slavery to Jamaica, then they

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    to Jamaica because of their lifestyle or accent? Sure, you did! But, is their lifestyle really what it is put out to be? Jamaican culture is the up-building, upholding, and one of the starting points of African culture. So, I am here to inform you about it. ​The culture of Jamaica is very unique. Their culture is not the type of culture you would always imagine. Jamaican culture all started in the dancehall. The dancehall started in the cities of Kingston in the late 1940s but really started to become

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    living in Jamaica. Well, knowing my brother it was a time he could relative and enjoy himself. Enjoying himself he did. When he returned home, I asked him about the culture of a place I saw on television, a place I could only imagine. He said “It was Fun”. Depend on who you are, you may enjoy Jamaica or hate Jamaica. Languages Jamaicans speak English. Their ancestor has been speaking English for 300 years. The language is of an Irish accent and is a combination

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    There’s no other place in this world where you’ll find somewhere that offers rich and vibrant culture other than Jamaica. Being the third largest Caribbean Island just south of Cuba, the population of Jamaica is approximately 2.8 million people. According to the Statistics Institute of Jamaica: In 2014 the latest estimate of people was 2.7 million. The people that reside in Jamaica, 90% are African descent, with the other ten percent made up of mostly Caucasians, East Indians and Chinese (Barrett

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