Life Stages Report
Learning how a culture celebrates each stage in a person’s life is fundamental to understanding the culture itself. By many accounts, learning about life stages provides a much deeper understanding of a country’s culture than any other form of cultural knowledge.
This report provides detailed information about how people in Ghana view, honor, and celebrate nine life stages: Birth, Childhood, Coming of Age, Dating and Courtship, Marriage, Family and Parenting, Work and Professional Life, Old Age, and Death.
This Ghana—Life Stages Report is especially useful for students doing country reports, serious cultural travelers, sociologists, researchers, and marketing professionals.
Content: This Ghana—Life Stages Report contains 9 content modules, 30+ photographs, and a minimum of 20 pages of editorial.
The nine content modules for Ghana are:
- Coming of Age
- Dating and Courtship
- Family and Parenting
- Work and Professional Life
- Old Age
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Report Date: May 28, 2023
Delivery Format: PDF download in letter (8.5” x 11”) format.
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Price: US$9.00 / €9,00