Cultural beliefs that affect dating
In Indian culture, parents traditionally have much more authority over the lives of their children than American parents do.
Children are expected to be obedient and respectful toward their parents and other elders and to take care of them as they get older.
The paper builds from a model about the relationship of law and culture—a model that sees this relationship as one of identity. The gulf between the complex economic and accounting terms of a federal banking agency's capital adequacy regulations and an African village's ritual of animal sacrifice may appear vast. Scott Thompson has been writing professionally since 1990, beginning with the "Pequawket Valley News." He is the author of nine published books on topics such as history, martial arts, poetry and fantasy fiction. may have a number of child-rearing customs and beliefs that differ from those of other U. families, depending on the extent to which the family tries to maintain their Indian traditions.His work has also appeared in "Talebones" magazine and the "Strange Pleasures" anthology. Some families are willing to adapt their traditions to American society, while others try to retain a distinctly Indian identity.Even if they happened to disagree with the two men, they could not verbally object because of anti-hate laws that would put them in jail for religious discrimination.They unlocked arms and maintained a distance of three feet from each other.