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  • The Cultures In Mexico And The Culture Of Mexico

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    The culture of Mexico has undergone a tremendous transformation over the past few decades and it varies widely throughout the country. Many Mexicans live in cities, but smaller rural communities still play a strong role in defending the country’s collective vibrant community. Mexico is the 12th most populous country in the world, with over 123 million people in a July 2016 estimate, according to the Central Intelligence Agency’s World Factbook. According to the CIA, Mexico consists of several

  • The Country Of Mexico : Mexico City

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    Mexico is known for its diversity, its beautiful people, its colorful culture, its history and famous landmarks. It is home to over 119 million people and growing, making it the most populated Spanish speaking country in the world. The Country of Mexico is made up of 31 states and 1 Federal District. Although it is so populated, it only has one metropolis: Mexico City. Mexico City is the most populated city in all of Mexico. The most highly dense populated cities in Mexico will mostly be found

  • Mexico : My Experience To Travel To Mexico

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    First time to Mexico One of the most common places to tour is Mexico. Many tourists are very attracted to Mexico due to the culture, history and main attractions. Although Mexico is a very poor country everyone whom inhabits Mexico works very hard every day to be able to live. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel to Mexico. For me unlike many tourists it wasn’t just to see the attractions but mainly more about seeing my family and learning more about my culture. I am from Veracruz

  • The Spanish Culture In Mexico And The Culture Of Mexico

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    The culture of Mexico reflects the country’s complex history and is the result of the gradual blending of native culture with Spanish culture and other immigrant cultures. Mexico’s culture revolves around and is most prominent in music, food, and celebrations. The combination of beliefs and customs creates the unique Mexican culture. The overwhelming majority of Mexicans today speak Spanish. According to the CIA, Spanish is spoken by 92.7 percent of the Mexican population. About 6 percent of the

  • The Democracy Of Mexico : Developing A Democracy In Mexico

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    The Spaniards made what we now know as Mexico into a racially segregated country, where the Europeans had priority in the casta. The white Caudillos were at the top of the pyramid, while the middle class, and then the Mexican Campesinos and the Mestizos were on the bottom. Each group of people worked against each other to try and distinguish themselves from another group. After Mexico gained its independence and the colonials went back to Spain, Mexico had to find a way to function as a country on

  • Mexico Essay

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    Mexico is bordered by the United States on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea on the east, and Guatemala and Belize on the south. It is characterized by an extraordinary diversity in topography and climate and is crossed by two major mountain chains, the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Sierra Madre Oriental. The high central plateau between these two mountain ranges historically funneled most of the human population toward the center of this region

  • Mexico Experience

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    An experience I’ve had is a trip to Mexico. I was about 9 years old when I first took a trip to Mexico. It was also my first time out of the states. I didn’t know what to expect from Mexico. I was so used to the U.S because that’s where I’ve been my whole life and never traveled to a different country. I was so nervous because I knew that you needed to have some type of documents to come back to the U.S. I remember my first time coming back; there was always negative things feeding my mind like what

  • Mexico Immigration

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    because they are seeking jobs or trying to find the security that they weren’t able to find in their own country. This immigration that happens not only effects the U.S. economically and socially, but it also impacts Mexico by taking away potential entrepreneurs. Before the 60’s Mexico has experience a growth in their economy that was called the “Mexican miracle” because of the growth from 3% to 4% in just few time. However, after this period of growth, what followed was decades of debt. “In the late

  • Misogynist In Mexico

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    role causing a misogynistic relationship and creating a superiority of males. According to BBC’s article “Car ban fails to curb air pollution in Mexico City” they even chose to limit driving on weekends could reduce vehicle emissions by 15%. “Back in 1992, the UN declared Mexico City the world's most polluted city.” Taking this things into consideration, Mexico and its capital do not care about their country. Although they choose to reduce its air pollutants, they do not choose to do more, they continue

  • Trafficking In Mexico

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    Since 2006, Mexico has rapidly climbed the list of potential trouble spots for U.S. policy makers (Brands, May 2009). Exportation of drugs is a huge problem on top of the cartel violence the drugs were still getting out of Mexico into the U.S. The strategy narcotics analyst showed that 90 percent of cocaine was smuggled through Mexico alone. The Congressional Research Report concluded that for almost four decades Mexico has been among the most important producers and suppliers of heroin, marijuana