Research on Mexican Culture


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Research on Mexican Culture
Mexico is a country of vast geographical resources, language dialects, cultures and social mores. For this reason, the status of the Mexican people varies widely in urban versus rural populations, as well as the adjustment to more modern society. This paper will synthesize research on Mexican culture that shows three main trends in research: the health status of Mexicans, communication styles and cultural mores of the people as well as gender roles and family issues in traditional versus modern Mexico. Ten scholarly sources will be cited.
A Literature Synthesis of Mexican People and Culture
This paper will introduce scholarly literature regarding the people and culture in Mexico from an international...
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