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Daily life as a Afghan citizen
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Abbie Zabrieszack Lakin Redmond Clothing Women wear baggy trousers long shirts belted with sash and a cotton cloth to cover their head They must wear pants underneath or they will be considered immodest and have a harder time with how men treat them ID: 906128 Download

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Daily life as a Afghan citizen

Abbie

Zabrieszack

Lakin

Redmond

Slide2

Clothing

Women wear baggy trousers, long shirts belted with sash, and a cotton cloth to cover their head. They must wear pants underneath or they will be considered immodest and have a harder time with how men treat them.

Men wear loose fitting shirts that goes to their knees, full trousers tied at the waist with a string, and a vest is usually worn over the shirts. The adult males wear turbans.

Their footwear consist of

chaplay

, thick leather shoes.

The clothing they wear really reflect on their cultural beliefs.

Slide3

What does an Afghan’s clothing choices suggest about their position in the culture?

Women’s clothing emphasizes a wife look because they save their beauty for their husbands.

Men’s clothing demonstrates a look of royalty because of their exotic turbans and white

qmis

(loose fitting shirt).

Slide4

What does traditional Afghan clothing suggest about cultural values?

The Afghan people like everything to be modest.

The clothing is fitted to religious needs.

Slide5

How do Afghan recreational activities illustrate cultural priorities?

Kite fighting: a game where they try to cut one another kite string with their kite and see whose kite last the longest.

Hound racing

Buzkaski

: a horse mounted player attempts to drag a goat or calf carcass toward a goal.

Slide6

Afghan economy & its current challenges

Extremely poor

90% of the worlds opium supply (drug supply)

One of the least developing countries

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