George8600 -- thanks for puttign the traits in order. BTW, are you male or female? Would you say the order you chose is more typical of educated women than uneducated ones or would it tend to reflect Polish women in general? Or maybe European or Central European women in general?
I realise people are different and stereotypes are generalities, but most everyone has had some experiences and observations to base an evaluation on.
Hi Polonius! I am a male as the symbol by by username points out. ^_^
As for your feedback questions, I really can't be accurate. This is all generalizing. Whether your looking at the 3 billion women of the world, the 250+ million of Europe, or simply the 17+ million of Poland, these rankings really can't attribute or describe each and everyone, or basically even a good number of them
However these attributes I would say belong to educated women, and I think that says the most. I have met both, but with educated women, they really don't differ where you are in Europe. Intelligence, logistics, and reasoning really takes you on one path that an education gives you.
Yet there are SOME things that tend to be more native to Polish women. (Being a Greek-Pole that has lived in Poland myself) I have realized that things such as family, religion, age, tend to be quite important in Polish women in general (even though there are obviously ones whom could care less about those things). Other than that, I would say that the rest of the traits really depend on the individual- the fact that they have Polish blood or grew up in the culture/country has nothing to do with it.
It's that psychological argument of nature vs. nurture. Nature would say- it's because they're Polish. Nurture would say they became the people they are with what they look for in (love let's say) because of their life experiences, the way they were taught and home grown by their parents, their education, personal events, and personal interests/perceptions. As you can see one is more descriptive and accurate than the other. Which is why from the fathers of psychology to modern psych, nurture tends to be the answer. Even to a question like yours.