Collectivism in my big fat greek wedding party:
•All the Greek people from the neighbourhood are very with each other, as they every join up jointly at the Traditional restaurant. •When the main character asks her father in the event she can University this individual gets very upset and says zero, as he doesn't want her to leave the family and get on with her life. •The father gives money to Thia Voula for her travel agents business; this kind of shows the way they help one another within the community. •Tula requests to her sweetheart, if this individual went on getaway with his cousins, and he admits that no, she is shocked as she has 27 close cousins which they travel and do anything together. •" Greeks marry Greeks, to breed Greeks” this shows how closed they are in their personal collective community. •The happen to be in which the cafe is located, simply has Traditional owned business, like the travel agents etc… •Tula is always concerned about her family members ( demonstrated by the way she actually is so worried about what her family is going to think the moment she deconfit a " xeno” (foreigner). •During Easter dinner, all the family gets with each other, they eat and dance (together! ) •When Toula and her family are choosing who they are likely to invite towards the wedding, Toula wants a little wedding, although her father wants to ask everyone, however, people that Toula doesn't seriously talk very much to. •Toula's mother invited the whole family more than when Toula was appealing her fiancee's family into a " little quiet dinner to meet the parents” •There is a great difference between the invites number upon Toula's and her fiancee's party. (Toula's is 4 times as big).