Kaj so ameriške vrednote? What is important to Americans?

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Understand American values and learn about what is important to Americans.

Understand American values and learn about what is important to Americans.

Kaj so ameriške vrednote

What are American values

Kaj so ameriške vrednote?

What are American values?

V vaši državi, you probably had strong traditions and culture that you valued. V Združenih državah Amerike, Obstajajo tudi pomembne vrednote ameriške. These are the things that are most important to Americans.

In your country, you probably had strong traditions and culture that you valued. In the United States, there are also important American values. These are the things that are most important to Americans.

Neodvisnost

Independence

Ena od glavnih vrednosti v Združenih državah Amerike je neodvisnost. Neodvisnost je včasih navedena tudi kot individualizem. Američani so zelo ponosen, da Samopouzdan, ali bi mogli skrbeti zase, in mislijo drugi treba Samopouzdan tudi. Ko nekdo doseže cilj, To je običajno videti kot rezultat lastnega trdega dela. To je drugačen kot v mnogih drugih kulturah, ki so bolj kolektivne. Kolektivne kulture vajeni videti dosežke kot odraz celotne družine ali Skupnosti.

One of the main values in the United States is independence. Independence is sometimes referred to as individualism. Americans are very proud of being self-reliant, or being able to take care of themselves, and they tend to think others should be self-reliant as well. When someone reaches a goal, that is typically seen as the result of his or her own hard work. This is different than in many other cultures which are more collective. Collective cultures tend to see accomplishments as a reflection of an entire family or community.

Tukaj je primer, kako Američani vrednost neodvisnosti:

Here is an example of how Americans value independence:

  • Ameriški otroci ponavadi zapusti dom, prej kot v drugih kulturah. Na primer, po končani srednji šoli, veliko otrok, izseliti na kolidž ali začeli delati. Če še naprej živijo doma, so morda morali plačati najemnino ali prispevajo k hiši.
  • Američani pričakujejo Kdor je sposoben delati za to, da bi svoje preživljanje.
  • American children tend to leave the home earlier than in other cultures. For example, after graduating high school, many children move out to go to college or start working. If they continued to live at home, they might be asked to pay rent or contribute to the house.
  • Americans expect anyone who is able to work to do so in order to support themselves.

Zasebnost

Privacy

Američani vrednost zasebnosti in svoj lasten prostor. Medtem ko v nekaterih kulturah, ki želijo zasebnosti se lahko obravnava kot slabo, mnogi Američani radi imeli časa zase in lahko zasebno o določenih temah.

Americans value privacy and their own space. While in some cultures wanting privacy may be seen as a bad thing, many Americans like to have alone time and may be private about certain topics.

Tukaj je nekaj situacij, povezanih z American vrednost zasebnosti:

Here are a few situations related to the American value of privacy:

  • V pogovorih, mnogi Američani so zasebne o določenih stvareh in ne želim govoriti o njih, kot so njihovi starosti, koliko denarja, da bi, ali je to svojo politično, spolno in verske ogledov. Nekateri ljudje ne marajo, govorimo o teh predmetov v javnosti, ker so zaskrbljeni, bo to povzročilo ljudem, da trdijo. Vendar, Če imate vprašanja o teh temah, lahko vprašate nas. Večina Američanov z veseljem nauči kako Američani pogled na svet.
  • Americans pogosto med seboj več prostora v javnem položaju kot ljudje v drugih kulturah. Se nagibajo k stati z malo prostora med njimi, običajno je razdalja iztegnjeno roko.
  • Mnogi Američani so ograje okoli svoje hiše, da zagotovi, da imajo zasebnosti. Če vaš otrok izgubi žogo ali druge igrače nad bližnjega ograje, na splošno je slaba ideja, da skok čez ograjo in pridobivanje igrače. Namesto, pojdite na vhodna vrata in udarci in pozvonim. Če ni odgovora pustite opombo na vratih, prosi za dovoljenje pridobiti igrače med 08: 00 in 08: 00. To je spoštljiv in varno, Nekateri ljudje imajo psi čuvaji ali lahko zelo zaščito njihove zasebnosti. Starešine zlasti običajno potrebujejo več miru in ne želite, da bo moteno. Če odprete vrata, je treba zapreti. Vendar, Če prideš do odprtih vrat, pustite ga odprtega.
  • Sobe so običajno šteje prostorih. Sosedje in prijatelji so zabavali v kuhinji, jedilnica ali dnevna soba. Starši in otroci imajo ponavadi svoje spalnice, in pogosto, Ameriški otroci imajo svoje spalnice.
  • In conversations, many Americans are private about certain things and do not want to talk about them, such as their age, how much money they make, or their political, sexual and religious views. Some people do not like talking about these subjects in public because they are worried it will cause people to argue. However, if you have questions about these topics, you can ask us. Most Americans will be happy to teach you about how Americans view the world.
  • Americans often give each other more space in public situations than people in other cultures. They tend to stand with a bit of space between them, typically the distance of an outstretched arm.
  • Many Americans have fences around their houses to ensure they have privacy. If your children lose a ball or other toy over a neighbor’s fence, it is generally a bad idea to jump over the fence and retrieve the toy. Instead, go to the front door and knock or ring the bell. If there is no answer leave a note on the door, asking permission to retrieve the toy between 8am and 8pm. This is both respectful and safe, as some people have guard dogs or may be very protective of their privacy. Elders in particular typically need more peace and quiet and may not want to be disturbed. If you open a gate you must close it. However, if you come to an open gate, leave it open.
  • Bedrooms are usually considered private spaces. Neighbors and friends are entertained in the kitchen, dining room or living room. Parents and children tend to have their own bedrooms, and often, American children each have their own bedrooms.

So samo nekateri primeri zasebnosti, ki se lahko razlikujejo v svoje kulture.

Those are just some examples of privacy that may be different in your culture.

Neposrednost

Directness

Američani so pogosto zelo neposredno. To pomeni, so pogosto vam povem, kaj si mislijo in bodo samozavesten, o tem, kaj hočejo. Izričan je na splošno videti kot dobra stvar v Ameriki.

Americans are often very direct. This means they often tell you what they think and they will be assertive about what they want. Being assertive is generally seen as a good thing in America.

Tukaj je nekaj primerov neposrednosti ameriške slogu:

Here are some examples of American-style directness:

  • V nekaterih kulturah, To je nesramno upadati vabilo – na primer, Če nekdo prosi za kosilo, Morda boste rekli ja, Ampak potem ne gredo na kosilo. V Ameriki, To je skoraj vedno bolje reči, “ne, ampak hvala” ali, “hvala, vendar imam druge obveznosti.” Če rečeš da za vabilo, vendar ne gredo na dogodek, oseba lahko dobite razburjen.
  • V pogovoru, Če ameriški ne strinja z vašim mnenjem, lahko vam povem. To ne pomeni, vam ne marajo, samo, da imajo lahko drugačno idejo.
  • Zamisel o “obraz” ni enako v Ameriki. Prevod za “obraz” bi bilo “nerodno,” ki je manj resne. Američani lahko sram, če se kritizirala ali zmotite, na primer. Tako lahko Američani poudariti napake ali ga kritizirajo, preprosto nameravajo kot popravek ali koristne informacije.
  • V razrede, Američani lahko izziv učiteljem’ ideje. V nekaterih kulturah, To je nevljudno ne strinjajo s svojim učiteljem.
  • Ni nikoli je nevljudno prositi za pomoč. Če prijatelja ali soseda vas vpraša, če boste kaj potrebovali, želijo resnično pomagati. Prosto povedati, “Če vi greste v trgovino in hodiš po pomaranče, prosim mi dvigni vrečko, in bom boste plačali za njih.” Ali, Če potrebujete zimska oblačila, na primer, in ne veste, kje kupiti, To je OK, da vprašati, “Ali imate kakšne predloge za kje lahko kupim poceni plašči in čevlji za moje otroke?” Večina Američanov radi pomagali, in potrebujejo zelo malo spodbudo, da postanejo dobri prijatelji in sosedi.
  • In some cultures, it is rude to decline an invitation – for example, if someone asks you for lunch, you may say yes, but then not go to lunch. In America, it is almost always better to say, “No, but thank you” or, “Thank you, but I have another commitment.” If you say yes to an invitation but do not go to the event, the person might get upset.
  • In conversation, if an American disagrees with your opinion, they might tell you. This does not mean they do not like you, just that they may have a different idea.
  • The idea of “losing face” is not the same in America. The translation for “losing face” would be “embarrassed,” which is less serious. Americans may be embarrassed if they are criticized or make a mistake, for example. So Americans may point out mistakes or criticize you, simply intending it as a correction or useful information.
  • In classes, Americans may challenge their teachers’ ideas. In some cultures, it is impolite to disagree with your teacher.
  • It is never is rude to ask for help. If a friend or neighbor asks you if you need anything, they truly want to help. Feel free to say, “If you are going to the store and you walk by the oranges, please pick me up a bag, and I’ll pay you for them.” Or, if you need winter clothes for example, and you’re not sure where to buy them, it is OK to ask, “Do you have any suggestions for where I can buy inexpensive coats and boots for my children?” Most Americans love to help, and need very little encouragement to become good friends and neighbors.

Na splošno, To je dobro vedeti, da kaj lahko pojavijo nesramen ni namenjena tako. Američani ne poskušajo biti nesramen-so le še neposredno.

In general, it is good to remember that what may appear rude is not intended that way. Americans are not trying to be rude – they are just being direct.

Enakost

Equality

Razglasi deklaracijo o neodvisnosti ZDA, “Vsi ljudje so ustvarjeni enaki.” V resnici, Nekateri ljudje v Združenih državah ne vedno obravnavajo vse državljane enako, vendar mnogi Američani potipati zelo močno približno na ideja enakosti. Obstaja veliko primerov v ameriški zgodovini, kjer vsi ljudje niso bila obravnavana enako kot suženjstvo Afroameričan (črna) državljani. Vendar, Američani radi verjamejo v idejo, da morajo vsi ljudje enake možnosti. Ta ideja je del tega, kar se imenuje v “Ameriške sanje.” Veliko zgodnjih priseljencev, preselil v Ameriko, slediti American Dream. So verjeli, da če ste trdo delali, lahko bi višjo v družbi.

The US Declaration of Independence declares, “All Men Are Created Equal.” In reality, some people in the United States do not always treat all citizens equally, but many Americans feel very strongly about the idea of equality. There are many examples in American history where all people were not treated equally such as slavery of African American (black) citizens. However, Americans like to believe the idea that all people should have equal opportunities. This idea is a part of what is called the “American Dream.” Many early immigrants moved to America to follow the American Dream. They believed that if you worked hard, you could move up in society.

Danes več in več ljudi se zaveda American Dream ni res. Veliko ljudi, ki delajo zelo trdo nimajo zelo veliko denarja. Pogosto ljudje, ki prihajajo iz okolij privilegiranih imajo lažje časa gibljejo v svetu. Še vedno, ideja o enakosti je pomemben del kulture v ZDA.

Today more and more people realize the American Dream is not true. Many people who work very hard do not have very much money. Often people who come from privileged backgrounds have an easier time moving up in the world. Still, the idea of equality is an important part of US culture.

Tukaj je nekaj primerov enakosti v ameriški kulturi:

Here are some examples of equality in American culture:

• V pravni položaj, vsi Američani obravnavati enako in vsi Američani imajo pravico zastopati odvetnik.

• In legal situations, all Americans should be treated equally and all Americans have a right to representation by a lawyer.

• V razredu, vse študente enako obravnavati z učiteljem. Ni študent mora biti priljubljen.

• In a classroom, all students should be treated equally by their teachers. No student should be favored.

• Moški in ženske, je treba obravnavati enako, in moški se ne obravnavajo kot boljši od žensk. V resnici, veliko žensk še vedno nimajo enakega statusa kot moških v ameriški družbi, predvsem v smislu, koliko denarja bi se lahko.

• Men and women should be treated equally, and men are not viewed as better than women. In reality, many women still do not have the same status as men in American society, especially in terms of how much money they can make.

• V Ameriki, ni ukoreninjena socialne hierarhije ali kastni sistem. Včasih lahko ljudje, ki bi lahko pričakovali, da vam zdravljenje s spoštovanjem vas obravnavajo kot enako. Na primer, otroci lahko pokličete starejši odrasli za njihovo prvo ime. Če se vam to zgodi, začeti spomniti se, oni so ne nesramno, vendar pa imajo različne kulturne vrednosti.

• In America, there is not a strongly embedded social hierarchy or caste system. Sometimes people who you might expect to treat you with respect may treat you as an equal. For example, children may call an older adult by their first name. If this happens to you, try to remember they are not being rude, but they have a different cultural value.

• Včasih Američani vam bo povedal, kako so raje obravnavati, ko se predstavijo. Če učitelj ali zdravnik uvaja sama kot “Lucy” ali “Zdravnik Lucy”, To je, kako bi morali ukrepati ji. Če ona se predstavlja kot Dr. Wilson, To je, kaj ona raje, da se imenuje.

• Sometimes Americans will tell you how they prefer to be addressed when they introduce themselves. If a teacher or a doctor introduces herself as “Lucy” or “Doctor Lucy”, that is how you should address her. If she introduces herself as Dr. Wilson, that is what she prefers to be called.

To je koristno vedeti, da je lahko še vedno nevidna hierarhije med ljudmi. Ti so ponavadi bolj temelji na posameznih uspeh: na primer, nekdo je delo, bogastvo, ali izobraževanje.

It is useful to know that there may still be invisible hierarchies among people. These tend to be based more on individual success: for example, someone’s job, wealth, or education.

Neformalnost

Informality

Ameriških vrednot
Ameriški kulturi je neformalno. Americans pogosto celo nositi jeans v cerkev. Fotografija z Amancay Maahs.
American values
American culture is informal. Americans often even wear jeans to church. Photo by Amancay Maahs.

Ameriški družbi je pogosto neformalno in sproščeno.

American society is often informal and relaxed.

Tukaj je nekaj primerov, kako ZDA je neuradnih kulturo:

Here are some examples of how the United States is an informal culture:

• Američani lahko mimogrede obleko, kot tudi pri delu nosi kavbojke ali kratke hlače, šola, ali je cerkev. Ko prvič začnete delo, To je dobra ideja, da bolj formalno obleko in nato izbrati vaš obleko, ki temelji na kaj ljudje okoli vas nosijo.

• Americans may dress casually, such as wearing jeans or shorts even at work, school, or church. When you first start a job, it is a good idea to dress more formally and then to choose your attire based on what the people around you are wearing.

• Ko nekdo pozdrav, Američani nagibajo k reči, “živjo” ali, “zdravo.” Uporabite isti pozdrav ne glede na to, ki govorite da: vaš sin ali vaš sin učitelja. Je jezik nima formalne in neformalne oblike pozdrav.

• When greeting someone, Americans tend to say, “Hi” or, “Hello.” You use the same greeting no matter who you are talking to: your son or your son’s teacher. The langauge does not have formal and informal forms of greeting.

• Američani ponavadi pokličite med seboj po njihovih imen. V nekaterih primerih, vendar, je bolje, da bolj formalne in uporabljati priimke, dokler ne boste morali uporabiti ime-na primer, v poslovni situaciji ali v šoli.

• Americans tend to call each other by their first names. In some situations, however, it is better to be more formal and to use last names until you are asked to use a first name – for example, in a business situation or at school.

Medtem ko Neformalnost nas kulture lahko presenetijo, to ni mišljeno, da je nesramen. v bistvu, Če nekdo vas pozdravi neformalno in vas kliče jih svoje ime, to verjetno pomeni, da mislijo, da si na prijazen način.

While the informality of US culture may surprise you, it is not meant to be rude. In fact, if someone greets you informally and calls you by your first name, it probably means they think of you in a friendly way.

Konkurence

Competition

Američani lahko konkurenčna in pogosto trdo delati za dosego svojih ciljev. Konkurenci pogosto vodi Američani zelo zaposlen. Mnogi Američani pogled konkurenca je dobra stvar.

Americans can be competitive and often work hard to achieve their goals. Competition often leads Americans to be very busy. Many Americans view competition is a good thing.

Tukaj je nekaj primerov ameriških vrednosti konkurence:

Here are some examples of the American value of competition:

• Tekmovanje v podjetju je v veliki meri posledica kapitalističnega gospodarstva. America's poslovni model je tekmovati za stranke in za najboljše cene.

• Competition in business is due in large part to the capitalist economy. America’s business model is to compete for customers and for the best prices.

• Američani bo urnik veliko dejavnosti. Tudi majhni otroci sodelujejo v veliko dejavnosti zunaj šole, kot šport, glasbeni pouk, in prostovoljno delo. Včasih boste morda počutili kot Američani so “ovinkom” z malo časa za sprostitev. Vendar mnogi Američani se počutijo dobro, ko so dobili veliko storiti.

• Americans will schedule lots of activities. Even young children participate in lots of activities outside of school, such as sports, music lessons, and volunteering. Sometimes you may feel like Americans are “rushing around” with little time for relaxing. But many Americans they feel good when they get a lot done.

• Konkurenca lahko videl v šoli, na delovnem mestu, in v športu. Na primer, študenti lahko trdo delati, da bi dosegli najboljše Ocene. Včasih konkurence vključuje skupine, kot je nogomet skupina ali šola študijske skupine.

• Competition can be seen in school, in the workplace, and in sports. For example, students may work hard to achieve the best grades. Sometimes competition involves groups, such as a soccer team or a school study group.

• Američani lahko tudi “tekmovati” s seboj. Mnogi Američani trdo delati, da še naprej izboljšujejo kakšen oni delati. Na primer, morda hočejo naj teče dirka hitreje, kot so to storili zadnjič ali želijo prodati več elementov na svoje delo, kot so to storili lani.

• Americans may also “compete” with themselves. Many Americans work hard to keep improving at what they do. For example, they may want to run a race faster than they did last time or they may want to sell more items at their job than they did the year before.

Splošno, poudarjanje konkurence lahko povzroči, da čutijo nekateri kulturni šok, še posebej, če ste prišli iz kulture, ki je več skupnih kot konkurenčno.

Overall, the value placed on competition may cause you to feel some culture shock, especially if you came from a culture that is more collaborative than competitive.

Time and efficiency

Time and efficiency

Američani se veliko vrednost na svoj čas. Američani lahko počutijo razočarane, če mislijo, da nekdo ali nekaj je zapravil svoj čas. Nekateri Američani načrt, svoj čas skrbno, z dnevno koledarje za oba njihovega osebnega življenja in svoje delo živi. Obstaja rek v Ameriki: čas je denar. To pomeni, da mnogi Američani radi uporabljajo svoj čas “učinkovito” -hočejo priti najbolj storiti v najkrajšem času.

Americans place a lot of value on their time. Americans may feel frustrated if they think someone or something has wasted their time. Some Americans plan out their time carefully, using daily calendars for both their personal lives and their work lives. There is a saying in America: time is money. This means many Americans like to use their time “efficiently” – they want to get the most done in the shortest amount of time.

To maj obstati različen od kaj se uporabljajo za. Pri sprejemanju posla, lahko preživijo časa za spoznavanje druga oseba, Morda medtem ko pitje čaja ali kave. V Združenih državah Amerike, to pa pogosto ne velja.

This may be different from what you are used to. When making a business deal, you may spend time getting to know the other person, maybe while drinking tea or coffee. In the United States, this is often not the case.

Tu so nekatere situacije, v kateri morda boste zavedati časa:

Here are some situations in which you might want to be aware of time:

  • Srečanja, še posebej za delo: Morate poskusiti, da se pravočasno – verjetno celo 5 minut prej.
  • Sestanki: Če imate sestanek zdravnika ali nekatere druge vrste sestanek, morate, da pridejo na čas. Še vedno boste morda morali čakati za imenovanje. Vendar, je pomembno, da ste na čas ali boste morda morali znova Načrtuj sestanek.
  • Dejavnosti s prijatelji: Če ste vabljeni, da hiši nekdo za večerjo, poskušajo biti pravočasno – ste lahko 5 ali 10 minut prepozno, ampak, če ste veliko kasneje kot, morate verjetno klic in jim sporočite.
  • Stranke: Za majhno stranko, prispejo v 15 minut časa, glede. Za velike stranke z veliko ljudi, ste lahko 30 za 40 minut prepozno.
  • Meetings, especially for work: You should try to be on time – probably even 5 minutes early.
  • Appointments: If you have a doctor’s appointment or some other kind of appointment, you need to arrive on time. You may still have to wait for the appointment. However, it is important you are on time or you may have to reschedule the appointment.
  • Activities with friends: If you are invited to someone’s house for dinner, try to be on time – you can be 5 or 10 minutes late, but if you are much later than that, you should probably call and let them know.
  • Parties: For a small party, arrive within 15 minutes of the time given. For a large party with many people, you can be 30 to 40 minutes late.

Dobro pravilo je, da kadarkoli boš biti prepozno, boste morali poklicati in naj osebo, ki so srečanje vem, vam bo prepozno. Če ne morete poklicati, naj vam povem oseba ste žal za zamudo, ko pridete.

A good rule is that anytime you are going to be late, you should call and let the person you are meeting know you will be late. If you can’t call, you should tell the person you are sorry for being late when you arrive.

Včasih, Morda boste počutili kot nekdo odhaja zelo hitro ali je v naglici zapustiti. Morda zato, ker hočejo biti “pravočasno” za svoj naslednji sestanek. To ne pomeni, vam ne marajo.

Sometimes, you may feel like someone is leaving very quickly or is in a hurry to leave. This may be because they want to be “on time” for their next appointment. It does not mean they do not like you.

Na čas in se zavedajo časov je kulturna razlika, boste verjetno morali prilagoditi, ker če ste pozno, lahko izgubite službo, pogrešam sestanke, ali prizadeti čustev nekoga. Če vi življati a trd čas prilagaja ameriški občutek za čas, želite zaslužiti bedeti ali telefon, ki ima alarm, da vas spomnim časa, še posebej za pridobivanje obdelovati.

Being on time and being aware of time is a cultural difference you will probably need to adapt to because if you are late, you could lose your job, miss your appointments, or hurt someone’s feelings. If you have a hard time adjusting to the American sense of time, you may want to get a watch or phone that has an alarm to remind you of the time, especially for getting to work.

Work ethic

Work ethic

Američani lahko zelo osredotočen na svoje delo. Včasih ljudje iz drugih kultur mislijo Američani “Live-na-delo” ali so “workaholics.” To pomeni, da mislijo, da Američani delo preveč. Del razloga, Američani so usmerjene na delo je zato, ker je zaposlen, in aktivni se pogosto obravnava kot dobra stvar. Ljudje ponavadi tudi močno poistovetimo svoja delovna mesta. Na primer, Kdaj ste prvič spoznal nekoga, ena od prvih vprašanj, ki so morda vas je “kaj delaš?” Pomenijo, “Kakšno delo narediš?”

Americans can be very focused on their work. Sometimes people from other cultures think Americans “live-to-work” or are “workaholics.” This means they think Americans work too much. Part of the reason Americans are work-oriented is because being busy and active is often seen as a good thing. People also tend to identify strongly with their jobs. For example, when you first meet someone, one of the first questions they might ask you is “What do you do?” They mean, “What kind of work do you do?”

Moški ali ženske, ki delajo na domu, skrb za družino pogosto kličejo same “domov-ustvarjalci” in si zaslužijo spoštovanje tega poklica, več kot katera koli druga. Pri izpolnjevanju vloge za vse vrste, To je v redu pisati “domov-maker” kot poklic za nekoga, ki ni plačano delo zunaj doma.

Men or women who work at home taking care of the family often call themselves “home-makers” and deserve respect for this occupation as much as any other. When filling out an application of any kind, it is OK to write “home-maker” as the occupation for someone who does not have a paying job outside the home.

Potrošništvo

Consumerism

Kot novinec v ZDA, včasih morda misliš Američani zdi materialistično-osredotočena na lastništvo in odkup stvari. Del razlogov za to je, da mnogi Američani vrednost konkurence in delo. Ker Američani vrednost konkurence, želijo “nadaljevati s čim” s tistimi okoli njih. To pomeni, na primer, Če vaš sosed dobil nov avto, Morda boste tudi nov avto. Američani oklic to “Vodenje z Joneses.”

As a newcomer to the United States, you may sometimes think Americans seem materialistic – focused on owning and buying things. Part of the reason for this is that many Americans value competition and work. Because Americans value competition, they want to “keep up” with those around them. This means, for example, if your neighbor got a new car, you might want a new car also. Americans call this “Keeping up with the Joneses.”

Mnogi Američani vrednost dela in močno delovno etiko. Mnogi Američani Poglej si materialne predmete, kot so televizorji ali čevlje kot način pokazati, da so uspešni pri delu. Američani mislijo materialnih elementov kot nagrade za svoje trdo delo in prizadevanja.

Many Americans value work and have a strong work ethic. Many Americans view material items such as TVs or shoes as a way to show they are successful at work. Americans may think of material items as rewards for their hard work and efforts.

Druga razlog Američani lahko objektno je ker mnogi Američani vrednost novosti in inovacije. Torej, tudi če imajo telefon, ki deluje, morda hočejo nov telefon, ker ima nove in zanimive funkcije. Nimate začutiti morate imeti veliko posest spoštovati. Bi se počutite udobno živijo preprosto, ali kakršen koli način, ki vam je ljubše, morda varčevanje z več denarja za nujne primere, izobra evanje in upokojitev namesto porabe na predmete narediti vtis drugim.

Another reason Americans may be object-oriented is because many Americans value newness and innovation. So even if they have a phone that works, they may want a new phone because it has new and exciting features. You do not have to feel you must have lots of possessions to be respected. You should feel comfortable living simply or any way you prefer, maybe saving more money for emergencies, education and retirement rather than spending on objects to impress others.

Vse zgornje izjave so posplošitve ameriških vrednot. Posplošitve niso vedno resnične, ampak stvari ki so pogosto res. Cilj je RCO je zagotoviti posploševanja, da vam pomaga bolje razumeti, zakaj American lahko se obnaša tako, vas ne razumem. Ne pozabite, niti način je rajši mimo drugi način – samo različnih.

All of the above statements are generalizations of American values. Generalizations are not always true, but things that are often true. The goal of the RCO is to provide generalizations to help you better understand why an American may be acting in a way you do not understand. Remember, neither way is better than the other way – just different.

Ali imate več vprašanj o ameriških vrednot? Lahko prosite za pomoč ali delite svoje zgodbe o naših forumih.

Do you have more questions about American values? You can ask for help or share your story on our Forums.

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