UPBRINGING DIFFERENCES IN COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD

Published on May 12, 2018
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Do you wanna talk about education? No, no, don't worry, we're not gonna ask you how you're doing at school or whether you cleaned the dishes after dinner. It's much more interesting to look at the education systems around the world, because in every country children are treated differently. This depends on mentality, lifestyle and even the weather of each country. But how different is education, for example, in Mexico and in the US? Let's figure it out. Let's ge... Oh, wait. First, a small disclaimer: all the information in this video is taken from open sources, all approaches to the education are individual, so don't blame us if you and your family do something different. Deal? Excellent

Comments

  • I told my parents i would call the cops but they told me go ahead it will take them 10min to get here those ten min your mine so i gave up and took a beat down

  • What contree do you live in?(I'm in the us)

  • How tf do you group all African countries together?! Each country is very different. 🙄🙄

  • AFRICA is a country according to #Mind Warhouse. A continent much much larger than Europe, yet this video talked about the differences amongst European families. Different African ethnic groups & countries raise their children differently. I'm pretty sure the Beja people don't raise their kids exactly like the Nubian people, or the Yoruba like the Fulani (etc).

  • I don't know how accurate it was for other countries, but for the USA, he was wrong about school. Kindergarten is legally required in the US, and the vast majority of kids younger than that go to Preschool or Pre-K. And almost every kid goes to daycare, if for no other reason than that the parents work, especially if it is a single parent household.

  • The American one is utter nonsense. Housewives are not called housewives but stay at home moms and they teach the children everything from love to care to how to read write and spell but most of it is taught in school. American kids also attend kindergarten or preschool from age 4 on. Same with here in Australia. But preschool isn’t compulsory. Also most people don’t move out at 18 only if they have an amazing career which is rare at a young age, maybe at 21. Kids don’t go to complain at court. Kids are considered property or under guardian ship of their parents and only go to court if there is a custody issue for the parents to battle over. That pissed me off so bad as none of it was true

  • I wish I wasn’t Hispanic

  • It's great the world

  • you took country by country then talked about an entire continent of africa like if every country there were the same. poor taste.

  • Woow I'm Mexican-american, i was born and raised in US. But my mom do exactly what Mexican up brings did never argue in front of us they taught us early mine ever got physical but I heard others have.

  • Italy very true also in Sicily as well Italians and Sicilians are the same way in the states with their children that was extremely accurate....GOD FIRST FAMILY SECOND 🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹

  • well, the reason German mums take their kids everywhere is not that we want to teach our kids punctuality, the reason is, kindergardens, daycare centers and schools aren't always opened, and German mums still have appointments, and have to consider deadlines to bring in a document etc. and go grocery shopping themselves, so when the kindergarden isn't opened, you either leave your kid with the husband why you do something else, or you take the kid with you. Daycare centers and kindergardens are expensive enough, that's why we don't hire extra nannys to watch our kids at home. The way punctuality is taught to us tho is through life. And in school. In school you have to be punctual, and as soon as you turn 18, you have to be punctual literally everywhere, so it's not the mums teaching us to be punctual, but life. And also, the reason we send our kids to bed early, is because we want the kids to be awake at school. We don't want our kids to be tired out all day, so we send them to bed early. And the reason we forbid the kids to sit too close to the tv, is because we think that it's bad for a child's eye. I'm not a mom, but I was raised in Germany, and I can tell you that from experience.

  • The footage from the 'German kindergarten' is actually from a short English documentary about the Danish forest kindergartens. us-tv.org/tv/video-Jkiij9dJfcw.html

  • I'm a swedish child and I like it C:

  • Guy 1 : I LIKE YOUR ACCENT WHERE YOU FROM Guy 2 : I’m Liberian Guy 1 : o sorry, (wispering ) I like your accent where u from .

  • Trinidadian parents is one of de worst to have but also de best at disciplining they kids.

  • They should of put Caribbean countries too.

  • Jerman is good too

  • Japan is good

  • If i can be reincarnated i want to be Japanese

  • Nice

  • Ooohhh Wee try being me here da things I get spanked with *Belts *hangers *shoes *hand *foot *twigs Ok das it

  • What United States are you talking about? What alternate universe are you living in? This is so look inaccurate.

  • The whole 'worship the family thing'...? What a load of bs, over here, (in the USA). I remember in High School, there was almost non-stop complaining about parents. Sure, there's parents encouraging independence...but in order for the kid to no longer be a drain on the parents' resources, get a job and start paying the adults back for everything put into their growth and development. That's kind of the general thing here, sadly. Yeah, 'worship'... Add to that all of the Americans so stuck on earning more money, doing their jobs at work rather than in the home, and they have nannies raising their kids. If they're rich enough. (I've come across one who pretty much treated their kids as toys; "I can play with them on the weekend." No joke. Was horrible.) There's VERY few at-home moms anymore, let alone those willing to actually spend time teaching their children; yes there ARE homeschoolers, but general teaching to be a decent person, is VERY much missing in today's Society. So much inaccuracy there, even though the truth is depressing, kinda annoyed at how much the representation paints our Society in a MUCH nicer light than what is reality. True, time together during holidays is SOMETIMES a priority. On a personal, and varied, basis. Career choices don't recognize those who DO have a desire to spend more time with their families than being abused, (in various ways), at work. It's a struggle I've grown up with seeing my own parents go through, and is happening in my adult family as well; America as a whole, these days, seems to 'worship' only one thing; money, and the most important thing is the acquisition of it. Very much NOT how it's portrayed in the video...!

  • Why African countries he didn’t say a specific country and why did you say of the clan and there are schools in Africa in just saying this so you don’t miss guide people but it was a ok video

  • Mexicans: both their mom and dads stay witht their kids Me: LIESSSSSSSS MY DAD LEFT WHEN I WAS BORN Mexicans: they don't let their kids leave and often live with them when they are old Me: true true, I am always home I can't go anywhere even though I'm a teenager and my mom wants be to stay with her and I say HELL NO MOM THIS IS AMERICA NOT MEXICO

  • Yep that Mexico 🇲🇽

  • I wish I was an Italian baby :(

  • You god damn right Mexicans are brutal. My mom is Mexican and trust me, she uses the hammer since my childhood. The why she gets angry and speaks fast is funny but scary...

  • Why are there so many channels pretty much about the same thing? This channel, bright side(actually dark side), real life lore, and a lot more... Then there are so many top 10 channels it’s ridiculous

  • Polynesian parents beat kids and keep them occupied with chores shaming them into good behavior with church, until about 16 then they can get jobs, smoke drink and help pay bills. But if you get disrespectful you will get your ass beat...🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂🤣🤣and no matter what your family never leaves you, EVER, they call you everyday for money, for Faalavelave that keep you broke, and stressed, this is why most Polynesians smoke or drink.....jokes...

  • If your Mexican the title will get you 😂😂

  • Why does he say little africans, or little ,Japanese kid, or little mexicans?

  • Japanese know how to raise kids... 😂

  • Wait what I didn’t know in America in kindergarten u learn stuff, in England u only start learning stuff in School

    • In kindergarten they kinda prepare you for stupid stuff

  • well not all africans are like that some of us are born in first or leading countries in africa like me im from SA let me tell you that we like to have our space from time to time we can even fight with our parents if we think that we are right in that argument (well not like fighting ) just argumenting {lol}

  • Stop using that damn annoying music in the background!!!

  • Filipino moms style When i see a 60 or 74 give me your phone When your in top 1k

  • Beware of the chancla 😂

  • Im is a swedich cilld

  • I learned how to read When I was 2 by the time I was 8 I was reading at a 6th grade level now I’m 12 and I’m reading at a 12 grade level

  • African & Indian upbringing (give birth to you and then start thinking of how they will provide for you )

  • In Morocco 🇲🇦 🇲🇦 🇲🇦 the teachers hit kids when they do something wrong if you do something really bad you go to the principal’s office and get a smacking with a wet belt so basically school is torture almost everywhere

  • I am from the US. It may not be true in every state, but in my state the law says all children are required to go to school by the age of 5 years. It is generally expected that most kids will learn their basics at home, such as letters, colors, numbers, and shapes. In kindergarten, they usually are trying to teach beginning reading by the end of the year. Their hope is that as many as possible will start their kids in pre-school, so they will be acclimated, or that they will have day-care experience. Home schooling has many legal requirements to go through, and in most states is strictly monitored. Many, if not most people, are too busy working to do home schooling, and I have also heard that there are states where they are trying to make home schooling illegal. As to the bit about kids knowing their rights... The schools make sure to teach the kids so that they will be more sure to report if they are being abused. No the system is not perfect, but in my state there is a, "If you suspect abuse, you are required to report, by law." It holds true for the medical field as well. It felt, to me, like the blanket statements about the US were more tongue-in-cheek statements that were taken as being truth, than that they had been researched properly. One more thing. Uprising in the US is never a positive word having to do with upbringing of children. It suggests rebellion, or a fight against those in authority. Perhaps that word is used differently where you are from?

  • Yes!yes!yes!yes!

  • The indian mother's ultimate 'astra:' FLYING CHAPPAL🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • U think White people don't spank just come to my house and u will see

    • Aze Stefan Playes exactly and to mine, just idk why everybody thinks this

  • The cHanCla is like a boomerang.....

  • For all of you wondering what all the "chancla" references are about, here's a translation: A "Chancla" (short for "chancleta") is a slipper; a common form of footwear and The weapon of choice of Latino mothers, the world over.

  • Fear la chancla

  • My Mexican parents would hit me with whatever they could find they thought me to be responsible and to be respectful at all times. And all that was thought by being tough

  • That thumb nail is so accurate,

  • I agree with Japanese young kid that they should have more freedom before having to start school. I raise my kids like that changing when they get to formal education not knowing it was a Japanese thing. My idea is that they are very innocent and can not understand anything.

  • 11:00 I am a child in Sweden

  • You guys are kind of awful.

  • I started school when I was 3 ... my parents worked and I stayed with a nanny 😂 .. literally where I’m from you started school at 3 or 4 ... the U.S ain’t really like that 😂 ... yeah some will try to go to college at 18. Ion even know why I got triggered 😂 I’m Native American btw 🤙🏽😴

  • Where in India we are forced to write soooo much by they age 7 and we’ve to learn 2-3 pages of answers and give exams .... its the worst education ever . Please make a video on Indian education

  • When it comes to the USA family's: THAT IS NOT TRUE!!!

  • what is

  • I'm British French girl and brought up by French parents and when I did something bad if I had something nice e.g an éclair she would eat it secretly and she would tell me that she wouldn't get me In trouble meanwhile she ate my food 😂😂😂😂

  • is that really kylo ren in the video??

  • Well i am from one of these countries and it is TOTALY different

  • And maybe because America is supposed to be a free place where you can do stuff and have guns in public but not really because that's illegal?

  • you keep on saying "his" him" "he" ALWAYS a male...

  • You forgot to mention Mexico raises the boys to be chauvinist pigs and girls to be servants to those pigs

  • In my america beat my meat to asian porn

  • El poder de la chacla es poderosa

  • African kids? isn't that a little vague? Africa is a continent of 54 countries.

  • Dude you really are getting your American upbringing from bullcrap sources. Literally very few kids are brought up that way

  • this is all true in the us bc i live there bc how wold i know

  • I'm white and from the US and I couldn't get away with even the littlest things growing up. >_>

  • Mexican parents do fight in front of them sometimes it’s about us :( then we get the belt, the hand, and la Chancla 😔

    • What is the Chancla? My parent's liked the belt and I am a white, American, female. My dad would be beaten by his mother with frying pans, plastic toy race car tracks, the belt, the shoe, chair legs, and so much more, and my mom would get either the belt or the switch from her parents.

  • Lmao this video is a big mess

  • Also in Mexico if their like 3 year old is fussy/crying the parents will tell them to stop because the monsters can sense when they whine and they will eat them. It’s a good idea in my opinion and won’t traumatize the child like most American parents think it will. About that this causes all of the 4 to even 6 year olds in America to cry freely without knowing any punishment, which for obvious reasons is going to cause a lot of problems later

  • This is Sarah, she is 0 years old. The number of likes this comment gets, the older Sarah gets.

  • Japan is a lot different... they have 6 days of school a week, they learn in preschool

  • How about the native children /what i am but not raised liked american child

  • Africa is a continant . It's like saying "saoudian , japanes , russians and Chines rise their kids the same way and have the same culture , After all they're all from Asia" ... Sound stupid isn't it ?

  • Chancla scares me dtill and im 20

  • La chancla

  • Nice Video. Would have been interested in Russian, Turkish, Chinese and Afghanian upbringing though.

  • I was raised Japanese style in America, even though I was not Japanese...

  • Where can I find this instrumental?

  • My parents don't hit me even tho their Hispanic but my cousins get there ass beat

  • USA kids are so rude

  • I'm Mexican swearing gets me beat

  • Well. There’s another way to make America look like one of the worst countries in the world. Though some things were true, you don’t have to make us look like shit. Donald Trump already does that for us.

  • im belgium i love my family when my mom is angry its not that bad

  • I did design my room to

  • I knew the American one was gonna be way off first off there are so many different types of people living in one spot how can you put there upbringing in one type

  • Where is India on the list?

  • School Sucks

  • Im upset you didint do arabs lebanon has hands down the best culture and family in the world love from lebanon

  • why always say HE would a SHE be treated diffrent

  • My mom and dad gets mad at me when I explain something I think they are some sort of small time dictators (when I explain something they don't like that's the time they get angry and beat me up)

  • For the main photo, instead of current one show something real like... Mexico parents giving their 11 year old daughter plan b pill when their crossing the border. And americans, fast food junkies.

  • Latino parents no how to raise kids the only problem is why do they let their kids get haircuts like the barber was drunk and why Latino women clean houses for Jewish people? And they come from Mexico with no papers? They have kids so they can stay here

  • The reason why us kids protest cause of all the school shootings it's insane

  • Wow yo soy de America no de mexico Wow So surprising

  • Incredibly stereotypical please delete or private