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Hispanic Culture Culture is a learned, shared and symbolic system of beliefs, values and attitudes that influences and shapes behavior and perception. In other words culture is intangible which is formed through refinement over human behavior over a period of time that resides in the learned behavior (A Baseline Definition of Culture, n.d.).
As per Meadows if 1000 people consisted of a village 52 would accounted for North Americans, 84 Latin Americans, 95 from east and Western Europe and the others from the part of the world (Meadows, n.d.). Being originated from the Hispanic culture, I would like to make a brief study about my Hispanic culture. The understanding and appreciation of important concepts of the Hispanic culture by the educators of Hispanic adolescents or children is necessary (His/Her Name is Today, n.d.). Any person of Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, central or South American or other Spanish origin or culture can be us that is Hispanics, regardless of race. The term Hispanic, as we have been referred, dated back to 1970s when people were asked to self-identify as Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban, South/central American or other Hispanics by Census. The National Survey has found mixed reaction in our population about identifying ourselves separately as Hispanic. 10.5 million Hispanic children are there aged under 18. It has been found that we are the fastest growing youth population and there will be more than one in five children of Hispanic origin (CDC’s Healthy Community Program, pp. 1-2). ...
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