Prompt 7 Assignment

Prompt 7 Assignment - culture. And if your loyalties are...

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Prompt #7 A. http://www.spanishatulewtinimit.com/spanish-language/why-do-certain- individuals-complain-about-spanish-language-marketing-in-the-united-states Why do certain individuals complain about Spanish language marketing in the United States? I thought they LOVED the free market? Isn’t Spanish-language marketing a part of the free market? spanish language newspapers and television stations promote an attitude of non-assimilation, where hispanics live here 20 years or more and never bother to learn the native language. And in the case of Mexicans in the U.S., promotes a dangerous separatism that threatens U.S. sovereignty over the U.S. southwest. If we are to keep a unified nation, we need one language and
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Unformatted text preview: culture. And if your loyalties are elsewhere and you wont assimilate, go back where you came from, and good riddance. Kosovo is a precursor for what is happening on the Mexican border. B. Watch the following two media clips. The clip informs us of individual reactions in a quasi-educational way; however, it lacks a more in depth analysis. Your prompt will be based on how you, as the expert, would hypothesize peoples behaviors. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9waqOhEdds&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2r_O2MBg0M&feature=related C. Different video, same series, Same as instructions on prompt B. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru1F29vuVKI...
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