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Unformatted text preview: with a combination of many different races, how does this reflect on the values of pride and spiritual values that the Latin American are known to have? Wouldn’t the combination of values and norms conflict with each other? 5. The traditional society in many cultures reflects the values and norms of gender roles and symbols associated with it in a culture. The fact of the chingon being the active, aggressive person leads it to a male figure and the vulnerable, passive victim, chingada, is a female. 6. The importance of the shout of “Viva Mexico, hijos de la chingada!” represents the isolation from the rest of the world and the past. This ritual of physically shouting for something placed with high value portrays a meaningful ritual oriented culture....
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- Fall '08
- Sociology, social isolation, Mexican Character, previous racial stereotypes