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

  • You are clueless about Americans.

  • No America is chaos Nobody is nice there (I’m sorry to any Americans reading this)

  • These assumptions are ridicules!

  • Africa is a continent not a country In south africa its a must for a child to go to creche and we learn how to read and write there,meaning most of us Go to school knowing how to write and read. We become independent at age of 21 since most us finish Tertiary education at that AGe. ZImbabwe they are also raised different thats why the country has 97% literacy rate lesotho and botswana also

  • They didn't say anything about English upbringing or Canadian upbringing. They should have put how some different people bring their kids up.

  • You do something wrong in America, you get taught a lesson You do something wrong in Mexico, you get smaked by a slipper

  • You piece of shit is that the only picture of Africa you could show and our education system is way better half of you people come here and can't read.as if we don't have cities

  • Ive heard in Africa childrrn are actually rrspectful.This is diffrrnt in the usa.Things changed drastically.And now kids can be disrrspectful.Play on thier electronics.Parents gotta work and dont hv time for the children.Im speaking as a substitute teacher.Im not ssying all is like this .Just what ive seen.Im sure most parents care.

  • In my school kids don't respect teachers don't care of teacher des respect them

  • The kids in America DON'T know the law as well as they think they do. They don't have the maturity to understand that the law isn't created for force adults to bow to their will. So many parents have gone to jail because their kid got mad at them and reported them for abuse that never happened. I had a family member I just happen to be visiting when their son went running through the house one morning, he didn't want to go to school (rather stay home and play video games). He slipped and fell, he bit his lip when he fell, I saw that myself. It left a cut and bruise on his lip. He went to school and told them that his mother and punched him in the mouth. That was his way of getting back at her for making him go to school. I was there as a witness so he didn't get away with it. Both of the kids tried to get her in trouble for "Abuse" because she would make them clean their rooms or clean up a mess they made. If the law would arrest the kids for false charges against their parents and make them spend a week in Juvenal Hall each time they did it, THEN the kids would have a much better understanding of the law not just how to use it to control their parents.

  • No Russia no Like

  • I'm Mexican and I learned how to do my laundry by age 2 and I learned how to cook by age 4

  • i am a mexicano and my mom dosent slap me with a chancla

  • 6:55. Hey, that's Judge Frank Caprio, from the 'Caught in Providence' channel, right here, in Rhode Island.

  • INDIA is better....😂😀😉

  • What makes you think Americans don't start education early? Like there is no way you done proper research. Most kids in America begin education very early with many going to pre kindergarden...

  • Did anyone else notice it said American uprising not upbringing? Hmm...

  • Not a single comment about American children/parents is true. It is completely inaccurate as well as culturally insensitive. Disappointed that you didn't do more research before posting this video.

  • My old lady kicket me for 999.999

  • 7:40 YOU HAVE NOT MET *LA CHANCLA*

  • Men of the clan?😒😒 So stereotypical I'm Nigerian and we have schools and universities too.

  • What about irland

  • and another thing... mom's pancakes for breakfast? what are we in the 1950's? american kids go to college because they HAVE to if they want to be educated in a certain field. without college, you can't become a teacher, doctor, lawyer...etc. the programs that offer training without college for some professions are not usually as reliable or credible. and even if you have credible training, without a college education, you're in competition with college grads. and even as a college grad, it's difficult to find your dream job with all of the competition that's out there. kids who try to further their education are usually pretty smart and independent. not having a college degree nowadays is like not having a highschool diploma.

  • and what's with the "kids take their parents to court" theory? if anything, our country allows children to stand up for themselves in court. so if they're abused, the system has their back. unfortunately, like most countries, it doesn't always work out in the child's favor. some end up in foster care which can be worse. some end up right back in the arms of an abusive guardian. as for the lucky ones, justice is served, and they get to live with a caring, responsible adult. but this is a small percentage. usually, the abuse goes unreported until another adult notices something is wrong, and reports it. because, most kids are too conditioned and afraid to report the abuse. so the idea that american kids have the upper hand is ludacris.

  • i feel insulted as a u.s. citizen. pretty much all americans go to kindergarten, and most americans DO NOT worship their families... hence, the common term here, "broken home." stay-at-home moms or the women you refer to as "housewives" are quite uncommon, due to the fact that most american families with a mother & father (or 2 partners) consist of 2 working parents. but many families consist of a single parent. having the financial ability to be a stay-at-home mom (or dad... welcome to 2018) is considered a luxury and is quite uncommon. you watch way too many movies, man.

  • Where the heck did you get the information about Africa ?! That's such a stereotype of you .. here in my country "Algeria " children are not that independent and we have schools you know , from kindergarten to colleges , besides education starts at early age usually 5 years old and we start learning new language at age 8 ( here it's French ) and at age 12/13 we start learning another language ( English in middle school ) and you keep studying these language until you finish highschool and if you are in highschool and you choose foreign language as your major u study a 3rd language .. like honestly check your information before putting them out here , and not all African countries are alike you only described what happens in the poor countries and not all of them are the same

  • I think there is a lot of accuracy about the USA. But, there are plenty of exceptions to the rule. I predict that moms in the future in the USA will begin to focus more on healthy eating and making efforts to prepare pre-school children for school... While there are a lot of stay at home mom's who do not put a lot of effort out to pre-educate their children, we are often told that there is no benefit to Kinder children having reading and writing skills at that time... they need to work on their motor skills and general habits, behavior during the pre-k years. However, we sent our second son to an expensive private school for pre-school and while he was an emerging reader, and could write and count numbers well, we all (including my son) feel that it was beneficial for him. Although, I think he has slightly above average aptitude, not genius, he does very well in math, for eg., he hardly has to try and is almost like the "rain man" since he's been in high school and he is now in the top level calculus course offered at most high schools... his father and I were both good at math, his dad is a fast computer like a rain main while I am good with the complicated processes, so I'm sure that has a lot to do with it... but, it will be interesting to see how he does in college... one mother's experience in the USA... There is no shame in taking bragging rights when you worked really hard to get them to this point and you've been successful. My son eats a lot of fresh fruits and veges too BTW I see this as my biggest achievement.

  • I'm a normal American I went to pre school 3-5 I'm 10 I'm the 5 grade never got held back played sports football not for my school basketball for my school I set huge standard I made honor roll most of t he time so yeah I'm average

  • Any one not from the USA I got a note for you DONT THINK THAT THE USA IS GOOD ( my child hood was hell )

  • I love Japan 🇯🇵.... My dream...

  • Me:SHUT UP My mom:*takes off slipper* WHAT DID YOU SAY?!

  • You forgot about Hispanics and "la chancla", lol. For you non-hispanics who aren't familiar with "la chancla", here's a link... us-tv.org/tv/video-CMij9AKLvog.html (Or do a US-tv or Google search). But guess what? We still love and respect our parents!

  • Regarding Americans, this video is extremely inaccurate! Also, most American children attend preschool before attending Kindergarten - they don't just stay home. Wow! This video has so many ignorant generalizations.

  • tf are you talking about we spank

  • the thumbnail for america is incorrect

  • some parts of the American part is not true

  • The American upbringing you described is pretty inaccurate. Only about 30% of parents stay home with their kids. Most have to/want to return to work after the 6-8wk maternity/paternity leave period, if they even get that. Also, MOST kids go to kindergarten, it's a requirement in many states and strongly encouraged even in the states where it's not mandatory.

  • PLEASE! The negative visual depiction of Africa being poor or half naked people living in huts and so on has to stop. This s not all of Africa, there are countless modern homes, businesses and communities in the majority of African countries. So this stereotype must come to an end.

  • America is not strange if your an American you know why we do those “strange” things

  • What about Greeks

  • What's thanksgiving?

  • Awe and dude update your self on Africa. Your explanation of Africa is lacking info.

  • Am from Africa you're mom and dad hit. Your grandmother hits you and even you're teacher at school. Respecting you're adults is what expected. More over talking back to your mother is unexpectable. And the day you talk back against your parents prepare to sleep out side.

  • in my Africa we went to kindergarten pre school college and now a CEO of my own company, don't remember any sort of clan. Go get some education before making anymore videos and get your facts right from your Klan

  • Uh where is philippines

  • This American girl went to kindergarten.

  • "little Mexicans" wtf

  • my Bangladeshi parents r a blessing for me:)

  • why make africa look so bad .

  • what happened to Australia mate?

  • My parents spanked me with a flip flops on the butt😂😂

  • What do Mexicans use level 1: hand Level 2: shoe Level 3: belt

  • I’m an American who hates sports😂

  • Hi

  • I have one question how the heck do Africans withstand the hot temperature in Africa I live in Louisiana and as soon as I walk outside I feel like I'm dying no joke I can barely withstand the Heat and I'm actually not the only one to State this people at my school say that African-Americans withstand heat better than white Americans how does that make any sense white reflects light and heat black exorbs heat and light how are African Americans more comfortable in the heat this is science that I do not understand if I somehow I upsetted any African-Americans I'm sorry I don't know how I upsetted you

  • I'm Canadian of Portuguese parents, I can so relate with the Italians!

  • Lol! All American children ARE required to attend kindergarten, only about a quarter of kids join sports teams, and very, very rarely does a child take their parents to court. If your information about the United States is so laughably wrong, I'm guessing the rest of the countries you've spoken of are wrong also.

  • ... A lot of Americans *do* go to kindergarten. Also America is a bunch of cultures mixed together. Like how some parents say B is a failing grade *COUGH ASIAN PARENT AMIRITE? COUGH COUGH*

  • I live in Sweden I ain’t Swedish but I’m born here and what they say Isent exactly correct

  • YES YES YES

  • I'm in the fifth grade

  • Not the chancla I have a past with that thing.

  • i really see these clips as opinion-creating,misinforming series,not a real documetary based on real research.

  • I don't see my family a lot I only know a fraction of both my mom and my dad's family

  • Other cultures fascinate me... It's always interesting to see how other people live.

  • In native American culture that parents are in control of most things grandparents have more control the parents and great granparents have more control than everyone in our culture That oldest of the family man or woman have the most control of the entire family and kids listen to those older than them

  • Very informative video but I may say some of the things said about African upbringing was in the past, now things have changed.

  • Wait. Did he say go to school without knowing how to read and write..lies

  • Oh of course, I kick my mom like all amaricans

  • The thumbnail has me 😂

  • I am a child in Sweden an I’m serious

  • SO TRUE :/

  • I seen Aftican kids to be more independent in other videos not this bad video.

  • In MY America, my black parents would beat me with a belt.

  • Notice his negative tone when he spews out the American stereotypical child upbringing! Totally degrading and absolutely incorrect. No real quality research was done to make this presentation.

    • I think because he was raised in an American household so it may be his opinion

  • According to this video India is not a country. Or may be there is no education in india.

  • You forgot to talk about Asian countries. There goes a dislike 😁👎

  • Hi if you talk about africa, dont just include one half of the country

  • I'd love to know where the USA data was compiled from. To start with, "Little Americans" DO go to Kindergarten, and typically Pre-K as well. Housewives are NOT the majority here, not all children are enrolled in sports at a young age...yes it's different for everyone, but you really missed the mark on a lot of those things.

  • Why did you include Africa as one segment? You didn't do this for Europe. Africa is the largest continent in the world and extremely diverse.

  • What about England????

  • I'm African I started school at 3 and grade 1 at 5

  • Chew on a cat?

  • Wow Japanese that's really how you should treat a child

    • especially a 10 year old daughter first she's always spoiled and always throws hissy fits but she suddenly grows out of her behavior and changes it for the better

  • In india parents teachers and principals all bet kids like dogs I got 5 slaps from my prinicipal just for taking a leave from garden tree

    • they also horribly mistreat daughters and commit female infanticide/foeticide

  • Ummm black america is different!!!

  • Japanese children are so adorable.

  • We can never say what American's 'upbringing' is. Because the United States is basically a melting pot, you have many many different parenting styles, so it's really difficult to pinpoint just one parenting style.

  • What about England

  • In China parents beat the shit outta their children... my mom didn't even stop beating me before we moved to Denmark (I was 4 when we left China and lived in Sri Lanka for 1 year) bc in Denmark it's illegal to hit children (and like in the video kinda like the Swedish one) but seriously she often gave me a blood nose and made me bleed or turn purple by hitting or scratching me XD Throwing stuff at me, whipping me...

  • Lmao what is this the 1920's-1950's upbringing in the U.S? There's rarely any house wifes in 2018. There's more women that prefer to be bread makers(making money) than to just cook, clean, stay at home with their kid(s). So nowadays if there's a couple or single parent they put the kid(s) in pre-K or possibly earlier which is head start. As for HISPANIC parenting ESPECIALLY if the parents were brought up on strict and old fashion disciplining, be prepared to suffer the consequence(s). If they did any bad doing(s), talk when you're not suppose to (even talk when they are), make a smart remark (even when its not a smart remark but they still hear it as one); they will get: yelled at at max volume, get with hit whether its unarmed or with anything in sight! Preferred choice of disciplinary weapons is a: belt, clothes hanger, cord, pan, kneel on uncooked rice on the floor, and La Chancleta. They'll even do it in public. They're not afraid of who sees. If they can't wait or if the kid(s) really deserve it they'll do it. Now if their kids(s) tries to run or hide away from their punishment(s) it WILL get 10x worse and may the kid(s) still be alive after that. But after the end of any punishment the child tend to go to bed, call it a day/night and cry itself to sleep. Lols if this isn't accurate then idk what is.

  • I can't speak for the other countries, but the American part is definitely wrong. Many children go to preschool because both parents work or they are being raised by single parents. Alot of them can read and write before kindergarten. Becoming more independent is part of growing up. The whole idea of becoming an adult is that you move away from your parents. Its not a bad thing. Not sure where they got their information from

  • I don't get how u mention Africa together but other places u mention the country. It's like u are saying kids in Nigeria are raised like kids in Egypt, or kids in south Africa are raised like kids in Morocco? What's up with thar?

    • +Thembi Mpahane Hell of A LOT of research. Im a born and raised nuyorican (Puerto Rican born in New York) where the every borough, neighborhood, ave and street have some form of cultural diversity. But the blacks (maybe the ones with Caribbean decent) and Hispanics are about one of the same when it comes down to REALLY disciplining smh lol.

    • +Anonymous 787 he need to do more research before making this kind of videos

    • Lols he thinks women in America still live lifes as if they're still in the 20's-50's era smh. Also him saying just Mexico is like saying other Hispanic and the spanish are the same.

  • Dont want to get a belgium mom mad they slap u put u in the corner and they do punishments like No pc, ipad and console and phone for dans,weeks or even months

  • I say that Japanese and Swedish upbringings are the best. :)

  • The image depicted here about Africa is not accurate. So many people will watch this video and actually believe that all of Africa is simply what you have portrayed. Shame on your ignorance and your blatant disregard for approximate informtion dissemination. #BlindMind Warehouse

  • cool good vid

  • I'm from Africa and my upbringing is much different. I was looking forward to seeing English upbringing.

  • My family is one bit of all of these cultures

  • What about Asian and Australian Countries.