S: Perception of Beauty: Morocco
FC: Deanna Langley | Morocco | Perception of Beauty
1: Table of Contents Word collage Interview Morocco's Perception of Beauty Dear Deanna,
3: Foulard; Another type of scarf. | Jelaba; A long, loose, hooded garment with full sleeves, worn especially in Muslim countries.
4: Interviews Mia, 8 | What does beauty mean to you? Beauty means, when someone looks nice to you. | Describe a beautiful person. A beautiful girl would have makeup on, high heels, and a cute dress and skinny. | Do you think of yourself as beautiful? Yes everyone is beautiful in their own way.
5: Damon, 35 | Beauty to you.... | What does beauty mean to you? Natural with out anything else, the real person. | Describe a beautiful person? They are natural perfection
6: Morocco | population; 31,968,361
7: Arabic speaking | Capital: Rabat Most popular: Casablanca | Development; ~ high unemployment ~unprepared labor pool ~ transition to democratic political government | Religion 98% Muslim about 2% Christian and Jewish | Two days before a bride is to get married they go into a sauna, because it is said to cause purification.
8: Dear Deanna,
9: Dear Deanna During this project i have learned that the perception of beauty in the united stated is much different from the Moroccan perception. A dark dress and almost no skin showing can be considered beautiful. I will most likely not spread the culture because people will always have their own perceptions of beauty, and I doubt that knowing that some country in Africa is a fan of no skin will change their minds. I know that you don't have to wear a lot of makeup, have straight long hair, have the most expensive clothes and , be ridiculously skinny to be considered beautiful. Love, Deanna