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There are always different perceptions in the world It can be from the little things such as a cup of coffee or a pair of shoes and can be about the big and more important things such as countries or nationalities Perception can be good and it also can be pretty negative it always built upon things we hear or people we encounter with What do you think is the perception of your nationality in different countries around the world Staying in Turkey for a few months I can tell their perception on Ukrainians and Americans and their prospective on the perception they have Why Ukrainians and Americans It is because I am Ukrainian and I live in America for about 9 year Now it can be very disappointing to hear a negative petception on your country nationality but it also can very helpful to see how other people sees you rather than just the people inside the box you are living inIt is well known that Turkey is a Muslim country thus the bigger piece of their perception is based on religious views and institutions They consider all Americans to be Christians so after watching a lot of American television and movies they came to the conclusion that American is sinful hypocritical proud false and selfish nation Turkey follows all political moves that come from United States and most of the time they dont like an approach America has toward the world and the peace they are trying to establish They hate the wars America started and sticking their nose in They dont believe the lies and the excuses the America brings on to the world No matter how bad is Turkish perception on American nation they like a few things about America Every Turk would love to visit United States of America New York San Francisco Los Angeles Chicago or Miami are well known megalopolises to the whole world and so as to
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