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Over 150 years ago, Charles Dickens (1859) began a book with a line that, strangely, describes modern globalization in Mexico very well. It read as follows: “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times”. Like the conflict between values during the mid-1800’s, people are fighting for globalization with people who oppose this movement just as passionately. Can something be both right and wrong at the same time? Of course! Electricity can cook your dinner, light your...
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In this paper, I am going to reflect on the impacts that extractive policies have on the populations in which they are carried out, the criminalization of social protest and the violation of human rights that takes place for this reason, since that the contamination of water and natural resources produce alterations in the environment and in health that negatively affect the inhabitants and the territory where they settle. Indigenous peoples establish a particular relationship with the environment, as various...
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Discrimination has always been a big issue around the world and two of these types are racism and colorism. According to Ware, “Racism involves discrimination against individuals based on their racial category. Colorism, in contrast, involves discrimination against dark-complexioned people on the basis of their color”. According to Statista, Mexico is 62% mestizo, 28% mostly or entirely Amerindian, and 10% other races (mostly European). If Mexico is a place with diversity, then why are Mexicans discriminating against each other? Mexico...
3 Pages 1246 Words
The streets of Mexico are infested with criminals, who are causing Mexico to bleed. It is very clear that Mexico is infamously known for its exploitation and violence. The previous presidents have selfishly allowed Mexico to get beaten down by oppressors and neglected the people, leaving them to suffer the consequences. Are the citizens of Mexico ever going to feel safe in their own homes? There is hope, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, also known as AMLO, has risen and is...
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Mexico City is located in the center of Central America. It is geographically located in the Valley of Mexico. It has an altitude of 2,240 meters. The city covers an area of around 1,485 sq. km. Its coordinates are 19°25′57.85″N 99°07′59.71″W. Mexico is located in the tropical zone. The high altitude determines the climate of Mexico City. It experiences hot summers and mild winters with an annual average temperature of 18°C. It has small seasonal changes and January is the...
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On Friday, March 27, we will begin be taking it easy for our first day in Mexico City will a few gallery walks. In the morning we will start at the Museo Soumaya. This museum is known for its striking architecture by Fernando Romera. It houses a large private collection of over 66,000 works of art dating from Mesoamerica to modern day. Some standout works include French artist Auguste Rodin, Salvatore Dali, and Diego Rivera. It also has the largest...
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Abstract This is paper discusses the family planning population policy implemented in Mexico in 1974, and also covered its effect on Mexico's fertility and population age structure by comparing the demographic data before and after this policy. To better understand this policy, there is also some demographic background of Mexico in the last century. This population policy is for how to lower Mexico's fertility rate to make its economy grow better. And it made a good performance on change Mexico's...
5 Pages 2161 Words
Mexico is located on the North American terrain and shares borders with the United States in the north and Belize and Guatemala in the south. The periphery among Mexico and the USA is the second longest border on earth and is approximately 2,000 miles long. Mexico possesses mountains in the eastern and northern regions of the country, rainforests in the southern and eastern regions and deserts in the western regions. Most of the more prominent urban zones are arranged in...
2 Pages 784 Words
In this essay, I will be exploring the evolution of informal street vending in Mexico City and its influential factors. This will occur on different scales from the urban to the smaller scales of the stalls and products of the market stalls themselves, in relation to the different case studies referenced. The first part of the essay will preface this by introducing the history and different types of street vending that occur and following that, tracing why the locals value...
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In this paper, I will analyze the political, economic, socio-cultural, and technological aspects of Mexico. The start-up of a company or a new business unit requires a detailed knowledge of the context in which it is going to unfold. There are numerous external factors that will condition its operation, hence the analysis of the environment is the key to know future trends and define in advance the business strategy to follow. Political From December 1st, 2018 the presidency of Andrés...
2 Pages 773 Words
In a country as incredibly diverse as ours, it is a very important skill to be able to communicate effectively with culturally different others. One culture that Americans can expect to encounter frequently is Mexican culture. There are many cultural differences to think about when comparing Mexico and The United States. This paper aims to identify some of those key differences using Hofstede’s cultural value dimensions. Power Distance Hofstede’s first cultural dimension is power distance. Power distance examines the extent...
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It was the winter of 2013 and it was the last day of school before Christmas break, the weather was cold and grey as usual this time of year. I was excited for Christmas break but mostly nervous because my dad and I planned a trip to Mexico for the next two weeks. I had never been to Mexico or even thought of going because it was unfamiliar to me even though my whole family was from there. As a...
3 Pages 1561 Words
The topic of globalization has been a popular one among social scientists for several years. Debates have raged over the years regarding the economic benefits of a more integrated global economy, with some saying there is a significant benefit to incomes and production, particularly in developing countries, whereas others believe that globalization has led to the downfall of some regional economies. This is a pertinent argument in the country of Mexico. Ever since the rise of trade liberalization in Mexico,...
3 Pages 1328 Words
None of the Mexicans I sent the questionnaire to feel they had been personally impacted by any natural disasters however, the most common impact is getting a flat tire because of holes in the roads. Also, my participant from Mazatlán, Sinaloa stated that they lost their car due to one of the really heavy floods. Another one of my participants from Guadalajara said that they feel they have lost the beauty of the countryside as the forest fires has resulted...
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Catholicism has played an important role in Mexico since its introduction to present day. With a majority of Mexican people being catholic, 85% in 2010 according to a study done by the Pew foundation (Liu). Mexico’s catholic population is second in the world only behind Brazil which leads with a catholic population of roughly 126,750,000 while Mexico has a Catholic population of roughly 96,450,000. Catholicism was first introduced to Mexico through Spanish conquistadors or conquerors in their conquest of the...
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A Maquiladora is a Mexican assembly plant that imports materials and equipment on a duty-free and tariff-free basis. Maquiladoras receive raw materials from companies in the U.S. to assemble and export back as finished products. Maquiladoras are generally owned by U.S. companies that are incentivized to build Maquilas in Mexican border towns in return for low-cost labor and savings . The free trade agreement (NAFTA) was entered in 1993. This allowed Mexico and the US to import goods duty free...
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An occupational hazard of studying, writing about, and teaching Mexican philosophy is that there will always be someone who asks, “What makes it ‘Mexican’?” Or, “What’s so different about Mexican philosophy?” A more pernicious line of questioning might include dismissive queries such as: “Why study ‘Mexican’ philosophy at all?” At some point, I ignore these entreaties as background noise. But before that happens, I have to address some version of these questions, if only to show critics that I am...
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Growing up my two favorite dishes were all I would think about the minute the sun set down and the kitchen lights turned on. I knew it was time for my mother to serve up a quesadilla with jollof rice. A quesadilla is essentially a tortilla bread with cheese prepared with various spices and vegetables, while Jollof rice is a rice that’s made with tomatoes, tomato paste, and cooking oil served with fried plantains and chicken. The aroma of these...
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The term globalization is frequently used today. It has become a familiar term to most people. However, the word globalization is relatively recent. According to the Oxford dictionary, the word was first used in 1930 with the basic meaning of “one world, one planet or one globe”. Over the years, the term has been used in various aspects of life with a much more complex meaning: “the word globalization can apply to global society, global community, global ideas, global beliefs,...
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Drop in opium prices cause poor poppy farmers in Mexico to migrate to the U.S., raising tensions between Mexico and the Trump administration. President Trump uses the stereotype of Mexicans being criminals, violent individuals and drug syndicates to further his anti-immigrant campaign. However, studies prove these stereotypes are false. There are better ways to solve issues surrounding illegal immigration and drug trafficking without unjustly criminalizing immigrants. A woman with her child on her back scratches poppy pods to extract opium...
3 Pages 1568 Words
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