01 5月 加拿大论文代写：俄罗斯
官方名称 – 俄罗斯联邦或俄罗斯。
首都 – 俄罗斯的首都是莫斯科
位置 – 俄罗斯位于东欧和北亚。 （见附录2）
区域 – 在领土方面，俄罗斯是世界上最大的国家。总面积17,075,400平方公里。
人口 – 根据2010年人口普查，俄罗斯人口为142,905,200人。
宗教 – 基督教，伊斯兰教，反犹太教，犹太教，佛教，其他
种族分布 – 俄罗斯-81.5％，乌克兰-3％，白俄罗斯-0.8％，鞑靼-3.8％，其他 – 10.2％
俄罗斯人为自己的国家感到自豪。他们有一长串爱国歌曲和诗歌，加强了对国家的热爱。他们吹嘘他们的文化遗产，并期望整个世界尊重它。尽管国家存在困难的情况，他们仍然能够生存下去，但仍然坚持自豪。 （Billington 2010）
- 与女性握手，与男性朋友相比，男性较小。 （Holden，Cooper 1998）
Official Name – Russian Federation or Russia.
Capital City- The capital of Russia is Moscow
Location- Russia is located in the Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. (See Appendix 2)
Area- In terms of territory, Russia is the largest country in the world. Its total area is 17,075,400 square kilometre.
Population- According to 2010 census, the population of Russia is 142,905,200.
Religions- Christianity, Islam, Protestanism, Judaism, Buddhism, others
Ethnic distribution- Russian -81.5%, Ukrainian-3%, Belarusian-0.8%, Tatar-3.8%, others-10.2%
Form of government- Federation
Russians are proud of their nation. They have a long list of patriotic songs and poems that reinforce the love for their country. They boast of their cultural heritage and expect the entire world to respect it. They are adamant and pride themselves on being able to survive in spite of difficult situations prevailing in country. (Billington 2010)
Russians cherish their families. Since childhood, they are taught to love their homes and help family as well as relatives during difficult time. Mostly Russian families are large joint families that include not only husband, wife and children, but also uncles, aunts, sisters, nephews, nieces, brothers and grandparents. Families are closely knitted and communicating with each other frequently. Russian families get together on regular basis on various occasions like birthday or anniversary. Russian families live in small apartments with two or three generations sharing a little space.
Meeting and Greeting
- Russians are not very friendly people at the first instance. First meeting may turn out to be a cold reception.
- They believe in direct eye to eye contact with firm handshake along with appropriate greeting for that particular time of the day.
- When greeting or leaving, handshakes are appropriate but not an obligation. Close friends prefer to hug or pat each other.
- While shaking hands with females, males are lesser firm as compared to with their male friends. (Holden, Cooper 1998)