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An Overview of the Death Rituals in Mexico
Death Rituals in Mexico— Otherwise Known as the Celebration of Life Death is a daily occurrence around the world. How people deal with the passing of someone close to them varies from family to family. Not only are traditions different in each family though. Foreign countries have rituals that are completely unlike those i...
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The Shocking Similarities between Mexican and American Death Rituals
Shocking Similarities Between Mexican and American Death Rituals Across the border, each culture has certain rituals they practice when the death of someone close to them occurs. Regardless of the area that people live in, most of the rituals practiced depend highly on what religion someone affiliates themselves...
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The Origin and History of Dia De Los Muertos
It is customary in America to be fearful of death. It is not a conversation that people want to have, and many are scared of the thought. Death is viewed as horrific and a time to mourn. However, this is not the way of all cultures. Many cultures view death as a part of life; a person’s death is an opportunity to celebrate...
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An Overview of Cuban Culture
Cuban Culture Cuba is located about ninety miles south from the coast of the Florida Keys. About a third of the island is covered with mountain and the capital of Cuba is Havana. The population of Cuba is about 11.06 million people, 50% of the population are of mixed African and European descent, 73% are Caucasian, 11% of...
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The Life and Works of Jose Vasconcelos
José Vasconcelos was one of the most important and influential characters during the Mexican Revolution(s) and wars. He was born on February 28th, 1882 and died June 30th, 1959 in Mexico City. He was a “Mexican educator, politician, essayist, and philosopher, whose five-volume autobiography, Ulises Criollo (1935; “A Creole...
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The Definition of Assimilation in the Chicano Culture
Through recent years I’ve found that many of my Chicano peers throughout my k-12 education cycle have been grappled from their Mexican roots, and perused the typical western culture in the United States not by choice, but by the set forth pact of culture assimilation. Nobody wants to be left out, nobody wants to be judged o...
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An Analysis of the Cultural and Social Structure in Peru
High in the mountains of old world Peru lives a tall, lanky fair-
bearded man towering over the dark, short native Incans in a contrast as
obvious as the differences in culture and health care from the United
States. After interviewing Steve Solstrand about cultural differences in
health care, these vastly different perspec...
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The Effects of Colonization and Globalization on Native Americans
Native Americans have been victims of globalization since the colonization of the Americas. Relations between the natives and the Europeans were peaceful at first, but peace was short lived as more colonists came to settle the Americas. Needing more land, the colonists drove the Natives from their land by either tricking th...
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Feminists of the Mexican Revolution
Feminists of the Mexican Revolution Historically women have been hidden in the shadows of society. They were oppressed under many different forms through law and societal expectations. However, there have been opportunities which women have taken advantage of, later becoming influential individuals and groups setting the f...
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An Analysis of the Topic of the Mexican and Chilean Revolutions
Mexican and Chilean Revolutions At the beginning of the 19th century Latin American countries began to hear about how successful the American and French revolutions were and the positive impacts they had on the country as a whole. As they were all under Spanish rule, except for Brazil, they believed that they too could hav...
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