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Running Head: THE PRACTICES 1 The practices of child-rearing Nora Balderas ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (GSF1443J) Instructor: Michel Waller November 24, 2014
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THE PRACTICES OF CHILD-REARING 2 Now and days the child-rearing practices in the younger generations are a bit unconventional if you ask me. Some of the customs that my culture practice being Mexican are very different to those that Caucasian or Chinese cultures practice. All child-rearing have an impact on how a child is brought up in a household regardless of the culture being practiced. Mexican cultures consist of family always being together and being there for one another regardless of the situation. Many Mexican men teach their young sons about machismo. As a young Mexican boy you must be a macho. Being a macho simply means you are careless of consequences, unwilling to run away from a fight, and able to impose one’s wishes and desires on others. Mexican women teach their young daughters how to become mothers. Young girls are also taught how to attend to their husbands hand and foot. Mexican families have been
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