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  1. Ukraine (Culture Shock! A Survival Guide to Customs & Etiquette) by Meredith Dalton, 2001-06-01
  2. Ukraine - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Anna Shevchenko, 2006-09-05
  3. Ukraine (Cultures of the World) by Volodymyr Bassis, Sakina Dhilawala, 2007-09
  4. Culture and Customs of Ukraine (Culture and Customs of Europe) by Adriana Helbig, Oksana Buranbaeva, et all 2008-11-30
  5. Ukraine, The EU and Russia: History, Culture and International Relations (Studies in Central and Eastern Europe)
  6. Culture Smart! Ukraine: A Quick Guide to Customs & Etiquette by Anna Shevchenko, 2005-06-01
  7. Mapping Postcommunist Cultures: Russia and Ukraine in the Context of Globalization by Vitaly Chernetsky, 2007-02
  8. A millennium of Christian culture in Ukraine
  9. Ukraine: A New Independence (Exploring Cultures of the World) by Rebecca Clay, 1997-02
  10. Contested Tongues: Language Politics and Cultural Correction in Ukraine by Laada Bilaniuk, 2006-01-05
  11. Stencils Ukraine: Ancient & Living Cultures Series: Grades 3+: Teacher Resource (The Ancient & Living Cultures Series) by Bartok, Mira, et all 1998-01-01
  12. Religion and Culture in Early Modern Russia and Ukraine
  13. Politics And Society In Ukraine (Westview Series on the Post-Soviet Republics) by Paul D'anieri, Robert S. Kravchuk, et all 1999-10-22
  14. Ancient Ukraine: Mysteries of the Trypilian Culture

1. Independent Ukraine Adoption | Ukraine Culture
Ukraine Culture Clothing Business attire in Ukraine is generally formal and conservative. Adoption Center clothing should be casual, yet conservative.
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Ukraine Culture
Clothing:
  • Business attire in Ukraine is generally formal and conservative.
  • Adoption Center clothing should be casual, yet conservative. Jeans are fine.
  • For court appearances, clothing should be business casual. Slacks and a shirt with a collar for men (ties optional); conservative dresses for women.
  • Visit to orphanage, walking in Ukraine, or any other day, clothing can be whatever is comfortable. Jeans, shorts, T-shirts, and dresses are all fine.
  • Ukrainians can be seen wearing a variety of all types and colors of clothing; however, most women prefer to wear dresses and skirts more than pants.
  • Ukrainian clothing is not quite as sturdy as American clothing. Most Ukrainian clothing is washed by hand and hung out to dry. They usually will not survive washing machines back home.
Etiquette:
  • Placing your thumb between your first two fingers is the same as flipping someone off.
  • Shaking hands with a person over the threshold of a door is considered bad luck by some Ukrainians.
  • If you give flowers to someone, be sure that you give an uneven number of flowers. An even number of flowers is only given to people in mourning.

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Ukraine Ukraine is a broad, flat land resembling Kansas in the USA. It nestles between the Carpathian Alps to the west, the Black Sea to the south and the Sea of Azov to the east. To the north is Belarus (part of the ancient Kingdom of Lithuania) and Russia proper. A peninsula, the Crimea, juts out into the Black Sea. The broad Dnipro river runs down through the center of the country. To the east of the Dnipro the land is flat and has rich soil ideal for farming. It is no wonder, then, that Ukraine is called "the bread basket of eastern Europe". To the west of the Dnipro, the land is more hilly and rolling, eventually becoming fairly rugged as the western part of Ukraine reaches into the foothills of the Carpathian Alps.
The Ukrainian People
Ukraine has long been a crossroads between Europe, Arabia and the Orient, and the modern Ukrainian Rus have acquired a strong admixture of Asiatic and Arabic blood: giving them an average height, slender build and fair complexion. Strictly speaking, the popular-image beefy Slavic people are found mostly in the western Ukraine (bordering on Poland, Hungary and the Slovak states) and in the north and northeast adjacent to Russia.

3. Ukraine Culture History And Archaeology
Ukraine Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Ukraine.
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    Molodova I and V (Ukraine)
    The Middle and Upper Paleolithic site of Molodova is located on the Dniester River in the Chernovtsy province of the Ukraine.
    Mezhirich (Ukraine)
    The archaeological site of Mezhirich is an Upper Paleolithic (Gravettian) site located in Ukraine near Kiev, and it is one of the best preserved sites of its type excavated to date. zSB(3,3)
    Dereivka (Ukraine)
    Dereivka is a Eneolithic (or Copper Age) village in the Dneiper Valley of the Ukraine, dated 3380-4570 BC, excavated by Dmitriy Yakolevich Telegin of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the 1980s.
    Chernyakhov (Ukraine)
    Chernyakhov is the name given to a Slavic village and cemetery in the Lower Danube region of Ukraine, dated to the 4th century AD. Free Archaeology Newsletter!

    4. Ukrainian Culture - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The Culture of Ukraine is a structurer result of influence over milleninnia from the West and East, with an assortment of strong culturallyidentified ethnic groups.
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    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (May 2010) This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (August 2009) Part of a series on Ukrainians Diaspora see
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    Polish ... e The Culture of Ukraine is a structurer result of influence over milleninnia from the West and East, with an assortment of strong culturally-identified ethnic groups. Like most Western countries, Ukrainian customs are heavily influenced by Christianity Russian and other Eastern European cultures also have had a more or less significant impact on the Ukrainian culture. A performance of a traditional Ukrainian dance by Virsky dance ensemble Ukrainian traditional Ruschnyk Ukrainian traditional child clothes Ukrainian traditional Easter eggs Pysanky
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    5. Ukraine Culture Wars
    David L. Stern GlobalPost KIEV Igor Gaidai considers himself an artist, who, among other things, produces erotic photography that glorifies th
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    6. Beekeeping In Ukraine
    Information about beekeeping in the Ukraine, and its cultural and economic importance. Ukrainian, English, and Russian
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    7. Culture In Ukraine | By Ukraine Channel
    Ukraine; Culture Since Ukraine is geographically located between Europe and Asia, much of its
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    8. Ukraine Culture Facebook
    Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about Ukraine Culture, a collection of shared knowledge concerning Ukraine Culture.
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    9. Ukrainian Culture :: A Glimpse Into Post-Soviet And Slavic Culture
    A detailed look at Ukrainian culture and psychology. Cultural differences between Ukraine and the West. Habits, assumptions, and worldview.
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    from a Western standpoint NOTE : with minor exceptions these observations are true of Russian culture and, to a lesser degree, of other post-Soviet states) below : not to be crude or anything... but this bizarre teachers' restroom in a school in Zhytomyr was just begging to be photographed as an illustration of cultural differences. Take heart not typical of Ukraine, however, the absence of toilet seats, toilet paper, hot water, soap, and towels is. Cultural differences go very deep. It's not just habits that differ, but also the assumptions and worldview that underlie them. Habits come and go, but worldviews are forever. At the same time, the habits and attitudes of individuals within one culture differ even more widely than the culture as a whole differs from other cultures. Which means that you will find a wide range of behavior and attitudes in Ukraine, some of which will be compatible with your own. Not everyone will do the things I've described below. Some Ukrainians' culture will strike you as incomprehensible and intolerable, while others' behavior and attitudes will seem rational and compatible with your own.

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    11. Ukrainian Language, Culture And Travel Page
    General information about Ukraine and Ukrainians; Great for those interested in traveling to Ukraine as tourists.
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    Compiled by Linda Hodges (Last updated October 23, 2010) Ukraine History and Overview Language Folk and Fine Arts ... Language Aids Carpathian landscape ( photo by Roman Pechizhak ); Crimean Palace; Beach in Odesa. There are a great many places to see in Ukraine. Consider taking Ukrainian lessons in the charming Western Ukraine city, Lviv , and enjoy its rich culture and historical legacy. A few hours drive from Lviv, you're in the heart of the Carpathians; to make arrangements for a Lviv or a mountain vacation, contact Lviv EcoTour. Odesa is a beautiful city that will make your Black Sea vacation memorable. Contact Unipress Travel for an apartment or hotel and an enjoyable vacation in Odesa. Crimea offers pristine beaches, spectacular mountain views, vineyards, historic palaces, medieval castles and fortresses. For outdoor adventurers, certified mountain guide Sergey Sorokin conducts tours in Crimea featuring hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, and other sports. To arrange for your Crimea vacation, contact BlackSea-crimea.com

    12. Enjoy The Rich Local Culture Of The Region While On A Ukraine Cruise
    With its close proximity to Russia, Ukraine shares some traditions with is large neighbor. The country, however, certainly has cultures uniquely its own including a distinct
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    While on a Ukraine cruise, expect men to hold open doors for a woman, stand when she enters the room, and offer their seats to her when all other chairs are taken. People of this nation highly favor politeness. The most important Ukrainian words to know are: bud laska (please), dyakuyu (thank you), and proshu (youre welcome). The national language is Ukrainian, though dont be surprised to hear more people speaking Russian. Roughly one half of students receive education in Ukrainian and the other half learn in Russian. Over 39.4 million people speak Ukrainian, despite two Imperial Russian attempts to eliminate the language. Nearly everyone comfortably speaks both. Because of Ukraines proximity to Russia, many Russian ways of life seep into Ukraine. From the other boarder, Ukraine also battles the assimilation of European culture. Despite these influences, Ukraine works to maintain its own cultural identity. During the Kievan, or medieval period, the Byzantine Empires influence dominated the region. Then the European Renaissance filtered into Ukraine via Poland. In the Soviet period, government subsidized cultural activities, though only as a vehicle for Communist propaganda. Now natives find Westernization threatening their identity. Ukrainian people identify themselves by folkloretraditions of storytelling, dancing, music, and artthat passes from generation to generation. While on a Ukraine cruise there are plenty of opportunities to explore the numerous competitions and festivals that occur every year, ranging from international organ and piano music festivals to the Tavriya Games. Agricultural dances of dynamic movement and elaborate, colorful costume date back to the rural Cossack lifestyle of hundreds of years ago. These popular dances, known as khorovody, are accompanied by instruments or a capella songs.

    13. Ukraine Culture, Art, Etnography, Music And Dance Traditions
    For decades, the Western world perceived Ukraine as simply a part of Russia. But borscht, painted eggs and many of the famous Cossack song and dance traditions originated in
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    For decades, the Western world perceived Ukraine as simply a part of Russia. But borscht, painted eggs and many of the famous Cossack song and dance traditions originated in Ukraine. Western Ukrainians consider themselves to be 100% Ukrainian and the vanguard of their culture, speaking their language and trumpeting their nationalism. In the east, where over 10 million ethnic Russians live, nationalism is less intense, and most people speak Russian. Ukrainian, like Russian and Belarusian, is an Eastern Slavic language. It's arguably the closest of the three to the original 9th century Slavonic used in Kiev before the more formal Church Slavonic from Bulgaria was introduced with Christianity in the 10th century. Despite being watered down by Russian and Polish and being banned by Tsar Alexander II in 1876, the Ukrainian language persevered and is becoming more widespread. It was adopted as the country's official language in 1990, though Russian is understood by almost everyone. The origins of Ukraine's national literature go back to medieval Slavic chronicles such as the 12th century Slovo o polku Ihrevim The Tale of Ihor's Armament ). The beginnings of modern Ukrainian literature stem from mid-18th century wandering philosopher Hryhorii Skovoroda, the

    14. EWTN.com - Ukraine: Culture And Religion In Service Of Common Good
    Ukraine Culture and Religion in Service of Common Good. VATICAN CITY, MAR 30, 2007 (VIS) Today in the Vatican, Benedict XVI received the Letters of Credence of Tetiana
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    15. Ukraine Culture. Ukraine People. Education. Religion.
    Ukraine culture reflects its turbulent history. It was shaped by the rich heritage of the Kievan Rus and enriched by diverse nationalities which live in the country.
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    is a reflection of its turbulent history.
    Modern Ukraine culture has a lot in common with Russian and Belarusian cultures. It is quite understandable. All three nations have their historical roots and origination from Kievan Rus. They went separate ways starting in the 13th century.
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    History demonstrates that every nation tends to create some kind of legends about its historical past. Very often historical events are interpreted in a way people desire to see them. But not the way real events took place indeed. It is really difficult to read historical past. It becomes even more difficult when that past went such a long way to become a modern history of Ukraine. To be objective and honest, talking about Ukraine culture, we always have to remember that Byelorusians, Russians, and Ukrainians originated from the common home Kievan Rus. Many times history separated them and brought them together again. Today each nation has its own state, its own home. But all of them have the same historical and cultural roots. All of them are Slavs. How was it possible not to loose national cultural past under unstable and severe conditions?

    16. Culture - Ukraine - Europe
    culture, ukraine, europe Ukraine, Culture. Ukraine’s geographical location between Europe and Asia meant that much of its early culture was a synthesis of Eastern and
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    Ukraines geographical location between Europe and Asia meant that much of its early culture was a synthesis of Eastern and Western influences. When a developed culture emerged in the medieval, or Kievan, period, the influence of the Byzantine Empire was paramount. In early modern times, major European currents such as the Renaissance reached Ukraine via Poland. A cultural dichotomy today exists within Ukraine, with western regions reflecting European, especially Polish, influence, while in the eastern regions the impact of Russian culture is evident. The well-developed and colorful folklore of Ukraine has helped Ukrainians retain a cultural distinctiveness in the face of strong assimilatory pressures from neighboring lands. During the Soviet period the government extensively subsidized cultural activity, but culture was expected to serve as a vehicle for Communist propaganda. In the late 1920s and especially in the early 1930s, the Soviet regime began enforcing socialist realism as the only acceptable artistic style. Socialist realism mandated that all artists and writers glorify the Soviet regime and its goal of attaining communism. The collapse of the Soviet Union brought new freedoms for Ukrainian artists, but it also meant a sudden drop in government subsidies. Today government support is minimal and a funding crisis exists. The Westernization of cultural activity is moving ahead rapidly, with commercialized and previously taboo activities such as pop concerts and production of pornography becoming commonplace.

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    This is a good resource. Ukraine Culture Smart! the essential guide to customs culture Anna Shevchenko
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    Culture Smart!: The title says it all.
    A great travel resource, I read this after a trip to Ukraine to better understand interactions we'd had. Boy, do I wish I had read it *before* traveling. I will make a point of seeking out country-specific books from this series to get a jump on transitioning to a new culture
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    It gave me insights to Ukrainian culture and customs This is a good resource. I purchased this book, based on other reviews, before travelling to the Ukraine . It was very helpful. I recommend reading it in advance of your trip. And, do remember to bring it along. This book met or exceeded my expectations in all areas. for more information click here for more information click here Ukraine - Culture! I went to Kiev, Ukraine and villages surrounding Chernobyl from January 2-10. This book was a big help. I read it before I went and then took it to read on the plane. I learned not to whistle! They think it is calling the devil. The customs and etiquette guide s were very helpful.

    18. MapZones.com : Ukraine Culture
    Information of Ukraine culture, tradition, social life, group, newspaper, musium, books, novels
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    Ukrainians take pride in their cultural tradition, which is part of a broader Slavic culture but retains a typical national flavour. In the nationside, outdoor festivals feature brightly coloured folk costumes, dance, and orthodox music. Urban life is envaluableed by a large number of performing arts facilities and other cultural institutions created during the Soviet era. After the Mongol destruction of Kievan Rus in the 13th century, literary activity in Ukraine declined. A revival began in the late 16th century with the introduction of printing, the Reformation ferment, and the advance of the Counter-Reformation into Polish-controlled Ukrainian lands. The Union of Brest-Litovsk (1596), which united several million Ukrainian and Belarusian Orthodox believers with Rome, stimulated an exceedingly valuable polemical literature, with the Apocrisis of the pseudonymous Khrystofor Filalet and the anonymous Perestoroha on the Orthodox side and the Antirizis of Ipaty Poty in the Uniat camp. The most distinguished and prolific polemicist was the Orthodox Ivan Vyshensky, whose ornate style combines Church Slavonic with vernacular elements. Cherkas Ka Chernihivska Chernivetska Dnipropetrovska ... AskBabyNames @ 2008 MapZones

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    20. Articles About Ukraine Culture - Los Angeles Times
    Ukraine Culture News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Ukraine Culture from the Los Angeles Times
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