ladies and gents

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Ladies and Gentlemen Survey and Report
Natasha Gurley
Dr. Terry Hammons
Strayer University
August 21,2012

Ladies and gentlemen survey and report
People who are well-rounded are perceived differently by different people with respect to what they consider as balancing of the world around them. More considerations are given to the nature of the surrounding around people in terms of how they behave, what is expected of them and if they coincide with their age, success in life or anticipated wisdom at specific age. The level of socialization of a well-rounded individual is expected to be moderate in such a manner that one can converse with almost everyone, but not all.
Reflecting on the argument of Castiglione in
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Some of the charming and interesting similarities from the respondents
1. Men exhibit similar trains in the sense that they respect their elder people and also the younger in way they of dress, the way they talk and the was they handle issues; maturely (response of one female aged 20-65 years)
2. Men are intelligent, brave and exhibit understanding traits from time in memorial to date (response from 2 females and 1 male aged 65-above)
3. Men are stronger than women in terms of physical strength and the heart hardness (response of 2 adolescent females)
4. Women are married by men since our grandfathers married our grandmothers, and our fathers married our mothers (response from 2males and 2 female aged 0-13)
Some of the fascinating and motivating differences from the respondents
1. Women have turned to disrespect men contrary to what Castiglione described. Nowadays women want equal share; equality (response of 1 male and 1 female aged 20-65 and 1 response from 1 male aged 65-above)
2. Modern women are polygamous and this is very contrary to the traditions where only the men were allowed to be polygamous (response of 1 Male aged supported by 2 adolescent males)
Personal Opinions
To my own evaluation, I agree immense on the characters described by Castiglione in the book The Courtney. If the traits that are stated by this writer are fostered today, the world could


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