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Research Project Part 1: Cultural Communication Values & Intercultural Communication ChallengesCultural Communication Values & Intercultural Communication Challenges: Mexican Culture Grand Canyon University: COM- 263 1
Research Project Part 1: Cultural Communication Values & Intercultural Communication Challenges Cultural Communication Values & Intercultural Communication Challenges: Mexican Culture The Intercultural Communication textbook states that stereotype is ordinarily negative, although sometimes we have favorable judgments regarding somebody based on their association in groups (Neuliep, 2017). Stereotypes are features that can apply generalizations against crowds ofindividuals regarding their culture, moral history, plus groups. Within the Mexican culture, there exist a cluster of stereotypes, a notable example which is frequently viewed is TV moves as well as cartoons. A caretaker that is often named Juan and a housemaid called Maria. There are additional stereotypes, for instance, Mexicans possessing prominent families which also are often thought to be unauthorized foreigners because they are not articulate speaking English. Accompanying stereotypes, the textbook further details ethnocentrism as those tend to put their organization within a rank of primary including essential value at the same time creating adverse beliefs and habits to another group. Ethnocentrism is frequently confused by discrimination if someone believes their group also whatever represents them is more valid than someone different. Although to some degree I do not believe ethnocentrism occurs intentionally, in the means that an individual from Mexican lineage arises up toward the practices of rituals, lifestyle,furthermore their understanding about anything remains a satisfactory way of existence. Individuals have the tendency to be convinced moreover are inclined to generating inconsistencies with new cultures, regardless if they are intentional about that or not. For example, a person from a particular cultural bracket going to a clinic then being examined by a