Dating etiquette different cultures


30-Nov-2019 19:19

In the Middle East, dating practices are heavily influenced by religion and tradition. Most marriages are arranged, and men and women are generally separated until they meet each other in a supervised date before marriage.

This reflects a culture of stricter social norms and a stronger value on religion.

If they like each other, they will exchange numbers.

She currently works with the YMCA and volunteers with Journalists for Human Rights.

Kennedy is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, where she completed a Bachelor of Social Science.

A group of friends will all go out together to go dancing or to eat out, where couples form.

Casual dating isn't as common as in North America, and most young men and women take their relationships seriously.

Public displays of affection (like kissing in public) are socially acceptable.



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