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  • Spain Essay

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    Found across the Atlantic and above Africa is Spain with a growing population of 46.7 million. The country reigned supreme from the 16th to the 19th century with their predominant religion Christianity. Regardless of their fall from the top, their influence upon world politics still remains. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation is a department of Spain’s government. Essentially dealing with anything from national security to scarce resources, the environment vs the economy, etc. and is

  • Languages and Dialects of Spain

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    Spain: Languages and Dialects With a population of approximately 45 million Spaniards and 3.5 million immigrants, Spain is a country of contrasts where the richness of its culture blends it up with the variety of languages and dialects used. Being one of the largest economies worldwide, and the second largest country in Europe, Spain is a very appealing destination for tourists as well as for immigrants from around the globe. Almost all Spaniards are used to speaking at least two different languages

  • Spain And Spanish Culture

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    foremost culture prevail, intertwining different cultures together. Spain, historically, has been known to be a passing point for a wide variety of religious groups. During the ancient world, Christian, Muslim, and Jewish peoples coexisted, each ultimately contributing to Spanish culture. Starting around 701 C.E., Muslim forces began to expand into areas around the Middle East, gradually broadening this land mass to reach Spain. Initially, Arab invaders were met with vigorous resistance; however

  • Unemployment And Globalization In Spain

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    Spain is a beautiful country with precious people, magnificent background, but you would be surprised that Spain has been globalized. Globalization is the process by which the economies of countries around the world become increasingly integrated over time. How is Spain affected by globalization? It is unemployment. Unemployment is the reason why Spain is going through globalization in this era. The rate of Spaniards with jobs has become low during the previous years. According to DW English, in

  • The Religious Beliefs Of Spain

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    English 6 09 March 2016 Religion in Spain Muhammad Ali previously stated, “Rivers, ponds, lakes and streams - they all have different names, but they all contain water. Just as religions do - they all contain truths.” (qtd. Brainyquote.com) From King Philip III secretly expelling all Muslims in Spain and Iberia, to the torturing of converts, and the harsh acts against Jews, Spain has indeed experienced many religions. Throughout the years, the religious beliefs of Spain have changed, whether they were

  • The Cultural Report of Spain

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    The Cultural Report of Spain Student name: Guolei Li (070145) Date: 8, August, 2009 Words: 1493 Introduction In order to deal with businesses in the overseas market it is necessary to be aware of their cultural heritage. The purpose of this report is introducing and addressing the key cultural features of Spain. It is important for businesspersons to avoid some cultural mistakes in their

  • Spain And The European Union

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    Spain is a part of the European Union and makes up most of the Iberian Peninsula. Spain boarders the Pyrenees Mountains, which separates Spain from France and the Strait of Gibraltar separates Spain from North Africa. As of 2012, Spain has a population of about 47 million people, making it the 27th largest country in the world. Native Spaniards make up 88 percent of the population. Over the last 40 years Spain grew and became more economically advanced, but it still falls behind most other countries

  • Cultural Analysis of Spain

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    **this was written as the first stage of analyizing Spain for the introduction of a franchise** In the beginning, Spain endured a diversified number of cultures. Around 1600 B.C., the Iberians arrived in Spain. Migration into Spain continued from Europe beyond the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean, and North Africa. Following the Iberians, came the Celts. The two cultures merged and established a distinctive Celt Iberian culture. In 1492, the Moors, a nomadic, Muslim tribe of North African origin, were

  • The Catalonia And Spain Conflict

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    Catalonia, the Northeastern region of Spain, is engaged in a true and realistic conflict over gaining sovereignty and independence from Spain. This conflict, which is rooted in Catalonian nationalism, has been ongoing for years and has evolved significantly over time (Alexander, 2014). Since the conquering of Catalonia many centuries ago, the Catalonian people have worked resiliently to resist the loss of their language and culture by struggling against assimilating to the common cultures, laws,

  • Business Communication in Spain

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    countries’ business communication and etiquettes. Spain is a country that has many important facts and business etiquettes that need to be considered when doing business in Spain. The main fact that should be known is that the predominant language spoken in Spain which is