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7.11.2017

take a bow? social rules?

  • Strangers being introduced shake hands, as in Western societies, but
    • Bow toward each other, in Korea, Japan and China
    • Do not bow at each other, in the Jewish tradition
    • In the United States, eye contact, a nod of the head toward each other, and a smile, with no bowing; the palm of the hand faces sideways, neither upward nor downward, in a business handshake.
    • Present business cards to each other, in business meetings
  • Click heels together, in past eras of Western history[citation needed]
  • A woman's curtsey, in some societies
  • In the Middle East, never displaying the sole of the foot toward another, as this would be seen as a grave insult.
  • In many schools, though seats for students are not assigned they are still "claimed" by certain students, and sitting in someone else's seat is considered an insult
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“Without horses, we’re going to forget how to be humans. It’s time to rewild,” Mo Brings Plenty
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