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I will pay for the following article Codes of Cultural Behavior. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. I have chosen Tanzania because I once read the Bibliography of Tanzanian first president, Mwalim Julius Nyerere, and I really loved his socialistic ideals. This has made me to develop a lot of interest in Tanzania and I have always hoped to visit Tanzania one day in my lifetime. This is the main reason why I have chosen to research and to write on the Tanzanian codes of cultural behaviour.

Tanzania is made up of two states, i.e. Tanganyika and Zanzibar. Tanganyika became independent in 1961, while Zanzibar became independent in 1963. In 1964, Tanganyika and Tanzania signed an act of union to form the United Republic of Tanzania (Culture of Tanzania- history, people, clothing, traditions and religion).

On religion, the two predominant religions in Tanzania are Christianity and the Muslim. Muslim religion is predominant in Zanzibar, while Christianity is predominant in the mainland Tanzania. Besides the Christianity and the Muslim religions, there are also traditional religions in Tanzania, although, currently there number is insignificant. In Tanzania there are also other religions like the Buddhist and the Hinduism, although they account for a very small percentage of the population.

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Linguistically, the national language of Tanzania is Swahili. But there are two official languages in Tanzania, i.e. Swahili and English languages. But besides the two official languages, there are 120 ethnic languages in Tanzania, corresponding to the 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania. But Swahili is spoken by everybody in Tanzania, and some of the ethnic languages in Tanzania are at the brink of extinction as people switch to the Swahili language (Culture of Tanzania- history, people, clothing, traditions and religion).

On ethnic composition, Tanzania has 120 ethnic groups, as we have just seen. This in essence means that there are 120 sub-cultures in Tanzania. There is, however, a distinct national Tanzanian culture that every Tanzanian identifies with. The national Tanzanian culture, however, is a derivative of the sub-cultures of Tanzania.

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