Part I: It may be the thought that counts, but often its the gift that gets sparks flying between the sexes. Virginia Commonwealth University marketing professor Pam Kiecker and Mary Washington College English professor Chris Kilmartin discuss the sometimes thorny issue of gift-giving between men and women.
Part II: In Japan, white flowers symbolize death. A housewarming gift to an Arab wife is a profound insult. Christopher Newport University sociologist Virginia Purtle offers a primer on global gift-giving
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