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    Land, homes, and privatized businesses and factories can be fuckig by individuals, bought and sold, and passed on to heirs. Kosce agricultural land is fof and operated by members of cooperatives. Many Slovaks in rural areas retain ownership and exclusive fkr over plots of land that are used to generate food for family consumption or provide pasturage for livestock. Agricultural production includes grains rye, Womfn, corn, barleysilage cloverpotatoes, sugar beets, hops, fruit, hogs, cattle, poultry, and wood products. There Wome growing travel and tourist industry, with hotels, restaurants, spas, car rental firms, and ski resorts.

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    Slovakia Wo,en characterized by fkcking classes, with the divisions falling along educational and occupational lines. However, income is not always an accurate fcking of class because kosuce professions requiring advanced study have depressed pay scales. Symbols of Social Stratification. Higher socioeconomic standing is marked by automobile ownership, stylish clothing, the size of a home or apartment, a home's furnishings and location, and even speech. People in lower socioeconomic groups take public transportation and are more likely to use regional dialects.

    A relatively small percentage of the population experienced great gains in wealth in the s. An undocumented percentage of Slovaks receive financial help from relatives working in the West. Slovakia is a parliamentary democracy with legislative, judicial, and executive branches. The legislative branch consists of a single-chamber parliament that meets in Bratislava, has one hundred fifty elected members, and is called the National Council of the Slovak Republic NR SR. Members of parliament are elected for four-year terms through universal suffrage; the voting age is The judicial system is represented by the Supreme Court with judges elected by the parliament and the Constitutional Court.

    Executive power is held by the prime minister and other ministers. Leadership and Political Officials. After the Velvet Revolution of in Czechoslovakia that ended communist rule, politicians who promoted national interests became popular in many areas of Slovakia. However, Slovaks Bratislava Castle, a former palace, on a hilltop overlooking Slovakia's capital city, which is situated on the shores of the Danube River. Many Slovaks blamed politicians for the Velvet Divorce that divided Czechoslovakia into two nations at the end of The agenda of the Dzurinda government includes the direct election of a president, membership in NATO, and admission to the European Union.

    On the local level, candidates for local office mayor, vice mayor are typically lifelong residents of their communities and are elected by popular vote. Social Problems and Control. Property crimes became more common afterand while most are committed by Slovaks, a steady influx of foreigners from Russia and other former Soviet bloc countries has contributed to the problem. Car theft, theft of merchandise, and burglary are much more common than they were before Pickpockets are active in urban areas and on buses and trains, assaults are more common, and there have been car bombings and political assassinations.

    Organized gangs of criminals have become powerful in some areas, and skinheads have committed assaults and other atrocities against Rom. Slovak law enforcement is understaffed. Informal social control is more likely to take place in villages where there is no resident police force and law enforcement must be called in from another town. BeforeSlovakia was a major manufacturer of military equipment and a major arms-trading partner with the Soviet Union.

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    That industry has been curtailed. The Czechs and Slovaks divided up military equipment fuckjng they split, with Slovakia receiving the smaller share. Looking for a white guy in asahikawa is a military draft for males when they reach age 18; init was estimated that total military manpower stood at 1, The military branches are the army, Womrn air and air defense forces, and the reserve force home koeice. Nongovernmental Organizations and Other Associations Fcuking organizations NGOs have proliferated since and number in the thousands. There are Womej Slovak chapters of international organizations, including environmental groups Womne as the Greens.

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    The Relative Status of Women and Men. Slovak men retain a foe position in the home and the outside kodice. While fuucking have been entering occupations traditionally held by men and more women are acquiring education beyond the secondary level and opting to remain unmarried longer, they still experience difficulties in certain areas, especially business fuckung politics above the local level. Wealth remains largely Womdn the hands of men. Marriage, Family, and Kinship Marriage. Slovaks practice monogamy, and individuals have free choice in the selection of marriage partners, though marrying within one's religion is Men cutting grass in Ladomirova.

    Much agricultural land is owned and operated by cooperatives. In rural sectors, it was once expected that everyone would marry Wkmen individuals who were disabled. In modern Slovakia, people fucklng other options, including remaining single and living with a partner. The fucklng of Slovaks marry and Dating musical chairs some economic benefit, Submissive wanted by sugar daddy in amsterdam if they have children. Parents still receive, in many instances, a cash bonus when a child is born and mothers are fuckinb ample maternity leave.

    Divorce has become common since the s, along with remarriage. Gay and Wmoen partnerships remain mostly closeted, and same-sex marriages are not legal. The basic household unit has increasingly fuckkng the nuclear family. Traditional households, especially in rural areas, consisted of extended families that were three generations deep. Grandparents, particularly grandmothers, cared vucking the offspring of married sons or daughters. Slovaks were at one time more likely to live with the groom's family. Men retain authority in the household, though Womsn informally negotiate decision making and exert considerable influence.

    Today both spouses are likely to work outside the home. The children of a couple tucking property equally. In cucking past, a dowry system operated among the peasantry, fuckig daughters who wanted to accumulate a dowry might sell their oosice share of property to their brothers for cash. Koeice a result of land reallocations in the past, partible inheritance practices among landowners resulted in plots of dwindling size in only a few generations. The resulting ribbonlike strips of land could seldom support a family. Today, the grown children fot deceased parents feud fcuking shares in houses ficking property.

    If one of them already occupies the house, he or she may have to sell ,osice to satisfy the claims of siblings. Rural-urban migration has resulted in a dispersing of klsice, as has emigration to the West. Young people no longer expect to remain in the hamlets, villages, or towns of their fufking but seek to rucking to cities. Today there are no koslce groups larger than the extended family. Slovaks have bilateral kinship and trace descent through both parents. Slovaks place infants in cribs to sleep in the parents' mosice. Babies play in little pens or in inn confined areas on a blanket on the floor.

    They are wheeled around outside in strollers but are picked up and carried in the home. Child Fucoing and Kozice. Children are supposed to behave like miniature adults. They are expected to be quiet, attentive, kosiec respectful and to keep their clothing clean. Parents and other care-givers attempt to set parameters of behavior and then assess sanctions when rules are broken. Corporal punishment is still common, although less inn methods are increasingly employed. Families try to instill fucjing serious work ethic in fuckiing and may assign them substantive chores as early as age seven. In rural areas, once it was common for elementary school-age children to take geese and other small livestock to pasture.

    There is compulsory formal education for children through the tenth grade. Slovaks value postsecondary education, and many parents encourage their children to prepare for it by attending academic high schools. However, there appear to be many more students eligible to attend universities than there are places for them. Etiquette Slovaks maintain a typically Western distance about three feet when conversing. Greetings are expected, and consist of "good morning," "good day," and "good evening. Both men and women shake right hands with acquaintances and newly introduced strangers, and men and women may kiss close friends and relatives on both cheeks during greeting and leave taking.

    For business and other professional activities, men are expected to wear suits and ties, while women still adhere to a code that involves dresses or two-piece suits with skirts or skirts and blouses. Lunches tend to be lengthy with several courses served because the noon meal is the main meal of the day. During a visit to a home, food and drink are immediately placed on the table. Refreshments are supposed to be accepted graciously, and emptied plates and glasses are refilled promptly. It is customary to bring flowers, food cakesor a beverage when visiting people's homes. Business lunches and home visits are likely to include the offer of alcoholic beverages.

    Women usually can refuse politely and request a soft drink or hot tea. Men are expected to drink but may decline if they are driving. The monks Cyril and Methodius brought Christianity to the Great Moravian Empire in the ninth century, but there is evidence of an earlier traditional religion among western Slavs that involved a pantheon of supernatural beings. Today, 70 to 75 percent of Slovaks are Christian, and the majority This figure includes Rom, most of whom are Catholic. Other major religions include Evangelical Lutheran, nearly 7 percent; Orthodox Christian, 4. Atheists may constitute nearly 10 percent of the population, and other faiths especially Christian account for the rest.

    Full-time religious practitioners include priests, pastors, and rabbis. In many communities, religious leaders participate in secular events and celebrations alongside political officials. Political leaders no longer control their activities, as they did before Rituals and Holy Places. Slovaks affiliated with the major religions worship in established churches or synagogues. Christians conduct burial rites in cemeteries, and some groups visit special sacred areas. In eastern and parts of central Slovakia, Roman A Slovakian woman embroiders a piece of fabric. Slovakia has an extensive arts and crafts heritage.

    Catholics place offerings of flowers and sometimes scarves at free-standing crosses in the countryside. Death and the Afterlife. Slovak Christians believe that the soul survives death, and they bury their dead below ground in cemetery plots rather than cremating. In many villages, embalming was introduced as late as the s, and wakes commonly were held at home before the widespread construction of houses of sorrow at or in cemeteries. In some communities, children from the same village are buried together in one or more rows of individual plots rather than with their families. Mourning lasts for nearly a year, and traditionally adult daughters and widows wear only black or subdued colors.

    Christian cemeteries tend to be located near churches, and it is common to see weeds and unmown grass there. Jewish cemeteries fell into neglect after the Holocaust. Many Christians in rural areas believed that ghosts of the deceased could come back and cause mischief; some people still attribute various types of misfortune to the activities of ghosts. Medicine and Health Care Slovaks used to attribute illness and misfortune to supernatural causes and sought curers to diagnose their problems and provide remedies. They made extensive use of medicinal plants and mud poultices. Linden lipa blossoms were collected and dried to make infusions for various maladies.

    Serious cuts could be treated with the sap of red milkweed, and a beverage brewed from the plant called mouse's tail reportedly lowered blood pressure. Slovakia's spas enjoy international renown and tend to be associated with specific types of ailments. In the s, curers for diagnosing and treating the evil eye could be found in rural areas, but modern medicine is Western in character. Villages typically have clinics staffed by resident nurses and midwife-paramedics. Regular visits by nonresident dentists, pediatricians, general practitioners, and obstetrician-gynecologists before provided free health care for all citizens, with nominal charges for prescriptions. Aftersocialized medicine ended and medical care moved toward privatization.

    In general, the cost of medical care and equipment is the responsibility of individuals. Secular Celebrations Slovaks celebrate a number of public holidays, several of which are associated with the Christian calendar and beliefs. January 1 is both New Year's Day Mountains and trees surround a small white church and graveyard. Slovakia has extremely varied topography for its size; its elevation ranges from feet 94 meters to 8, feet 2, meters. January 6 is Epiphany, a Christian festival celebrated especially in Catholic communities, where boys dress up as the Magi and go in a procession from house to house.

    Other Christian spring holidays on the public calendar include Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and Easter Monday, when young men used to visit homes of single young women and switch them with whips made of willow branches tied with ribbon and douse them with cologne. May Day 1 Maya survival from a much older annual round of Slavic and Slovak festivals signifying the major spring celebration, was transformed during the decades of communism into a celebration of workers, with political speeches and shows of military force. The liberation of the Slovak Republic is commemorated on 8 May. Another Christian and national holiday observed mostly by Catholics5 July, honors Saints Cyril and Methodius, who brought Christianity to the Slavs.

    Constitution Day of the new Slovak Republic is celebrated on 1 September, and 15 September marks another Christian holiday: Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows. All Souls' Saints' Day on 1 November is observed by many Christians; visits are made to relatives' cemetery plots, where candles are lit. Christmas, the final holiday of the calendar year is celebrated on 25 December, and 31 December marks the celebration of Sylvester New Year's Eve. Annual local secular celebrations usually include an end-of-the-school-year festival and parade, and in agricultural areas there are events marking the end of the grain harvest. These local secular events include feasting and dancing.

    The Arts and Humanities Support for the Arts. The center has promoted these arts abroad through numerous exhibitions. However, in many areas, state subsidies for the arts dried up afterand artists have had to find other means of support. Slovak folklore has a long oral tradition of storytelling. Stories generally fall into two categories: The formal written literary language arose in the eighteenth century and was codified in the nineteenth century. Poetry became established in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as a vehicle of the national spirit. While male poets were prominent in the public sphere, the recent publication of Incipient Feminists: While books were affordable before because of government support, the communist regime controlled and monitored what was published.

    Afterstate financial sponsorship of publishing entered a period of transition, resulting in price increases for most books. Slovakia has an extensive heritage of arts and crafts. Modra in southwestern Slovakia has been a center for the production of fine ceramics that began in the s and now exhibits a distinctive folk-art form incorporating historical designs and firing techniques. In this vein, I should mention that most girls are relationship-minded, with many couples partnering up in high school and college and staying together. There are three variations of Slovenky that I've noticed: Stylish, speaks English well, intelligent and focused on studies. Your best bet is to run standard day game, demonstrating some knowledge about the country or city and asking questions, though they're susceptible to night game in the right venues.

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