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It is always interesting to study other cultures and it is extremely important to do just that if you are going to have interactions with them. China is one of those interesting cultures mainly because what we usually know about the country is through movies or the local Chinese restaurant.
Sincere study of a culture is the only way to truly appreciate the differences. So, being an American what do I see as the 10 biggest cultural differences between the two countries? It took a long time to narrow it all down since we could get so detailed that an encyclopedia would be the end result.
But the sweat over the computer paid off. These differences do not make either culture better or worse than the other one. It just shows their differences which has been created through centuries of history and development. China can trace their traditions and customs for thousands of years.
America is still a small babe of a nation that has had very few traditions of its own but has become such a melting pot of cultures that there is almost no specific American culture that can be said is applied across the board.
This makes both cultures unique and worthy of study and respect. Social Structure — In China the social structure is formal and hierarchical. You know where you fit in the structure and you abide by the rules there. There is no crossing into other areas. In America, it is much more loose and informal.
It is not uncommon to see those of various social levels socializing and knowing each other. There are very few lines that socially are not allowed to be crossed. This can cause problems in business relationships if the visiting culture is unaware of it.
Direct conflict or confrontation over issues is highly frowned upon. To prove a point and show yourself in the right even over business issues is considered shameful and should be avoided.
Self — The Chinese looks more at the group collective than at individualism. America has become known for its push of individualism which has been a source of conflict with other cultures that look collectively.
A person from China is more prone to look at how their acts affect the whole instead of how it affects them personally. They are more willing to give up and sacrifice for the greater good. If an action will humiliate someone or ruin a reputation, it is avoided.
When shame occurs, the person sacrifices their job or whatever it is that will heal the shame. In America, reputations come and go overnight and in the end usually does not matter. The end result is more of the focus.
A person is more likely to overlook a reputation to get the job done.2 Rising Incarceration Rates. In , after 50 years of stability, the rate of incarceration in the United States began a sustained period of growth. 4. Compare this answer to the United States today. Is there a comparison? This social division is not similar to the United States today because today there are more than two social groups, and the upper classes are not extremely small, albeit they are smaller than the lower classes.
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