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    To: Professor Sean Thelen From: Zeinab Saleh Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 Subject: Business in Saudi Arabia Part I. “Cultural Aspects of doing Business in Saudi Arabia” In doing my research on what potential countries we may do business with, I came across the country of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia being well known and rich for its natural resources of Petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, gold and copper, I would think that undergoing business in Saudi Arabia can be a highly-beneficial venture…

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    Civil disobedience is present all over the world in our lives today and is also present in Antigone by Sophocles. The play is a greek tragedy about Antigone, a young girl who disobeys a law made by her uncle, Creon, the king of Thebes. The towns people are told to leave her brother Polyneices’ corpse unburied, but she defies this law and decides to do what is right, which is giving her brother a proper burial. By doing this, Antigone is being civilly disobedient, which is the defiance of…

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    1.0 Introduction The following report is written to introduce, inform and advise ‘finance for you’ as to whether a bank should or should not be opened in Saudi Arabia. I have investigated and reported upon the following points; General Considerations: religion, language, dress etiquette and customs. Travel Issues including access and importance of visa and country security. 2.0 General Considerations 2.1 Language & Religion Arabic is the official language of Saudi Arabia, though travellers…

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    While living in Saudi Arab is entirely distinctive then living in America on the grounds that both nations society are altogether different then one another. While living in Saudi Arab, we used to visit our relatives and invest more energy with our families. I live there with my guardians. I don 't need to tolerate my cost. My dad takes all the enormous choices for the family while my mom take the choice of house like what to cook, how to enliven the house, what furniture ought to be utilized,…

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    Arab Culture

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    Mixed Messages: Branding Guidelines Arab Culture Introduction To be able to correctly market to any target demographic one must first have a full understanding of the political correctness that surrounds the culture. Certain stigmas and generalizations about any culture often are over assertion and a broad net cast across the culture giving classification to all even though there is a vast difference in the culture being stereotyped. This is especially true when looking at Arab culture. Arab…

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    As an individual is hard to help those people which suffer from poverty, violence, and those people that are unemployed. In the United States, we have much more freedom than other countries. Having our voice heard can be helpful in many ways. In order for our voice to be heard, we must have the support of others or at least know someone who is powerful. Even a president cannot make its own decisions. The president decisions are depending on the number of votes. Protesting can solve some of the…

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    Before entering the course, I believed that democracy in the Middle East was a viable option but that, because of many cultural reasons, was not the best option for that region. Now, having taken this course and learned about the different aspects of Middle East governance, I do not think that democracy is a viable option at all. It is not the matter of democracy cannot succeed in the Middle East or anything like that, it is the matter of democracy not being properly suited for societies like…

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    Everything Is Changing What do you think would happen if women fought back? Could women really change the way people view them? “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi, “Baby You Can Drive My Car” by Janin di Giovann, and “My Father Writes to My Mother” by Assia Djebar all display women and the views of them in their societies. The female character in each of these works express a view of them from other people and their own opinions. Chimamanda with “The Danger of a Single…

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    Mother To Son Theme Essay

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    The theme of Perseverance Perseverance is when you never give up in times of struggle, in these articles the theme of perseverance will be discussed. In the article “ Mother to Son” by Langston Hughes, the mother in this poem is telling her son that no matter what you go through in life never give up. Also in the article “Life without Limbs” an article about Nick Vujicic who lived his whole life with neither arms or legs, struggled and soon later encouraged people with words of his…

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    a large part of the culture in Saudi Arabia it is important to talk with the family about how they want to continue that in their new life in America. I also think that religion is important on a macro level, due to it being so important in Saudi Arabian culture. On a macro level I also think it would be important to talk about how they are incorporating into American society. Whether it be within their city or town, the school a child could attend, the work place, or a religious community. It…

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