Social Customs

Social customs comprise actions and behaviors that are expected of a meticulous culture. Social customs may comprise how a person greets another, makes eye contact, dresses in public and converses in a discussion. Social customs can also dictate the kind of language a person uses in social settings. Cultural dissimilarity is becoming the chief problem to the victorious management of the multinational companies. It comprises the differences in verbal communication, nonverbal communication, social values and social customs.