For instance, the vision and creativity observed in the individual members have led to a synergistic relationship found in the cultural group. On the other hand, a few differences can be found between the two members. These differences include the style of verbal interaction, talkativeness and the ability to freely communicate and articulate ideas within the group. For example, the member who has an American cultural background is more inclined to individualistic behavior by putting the needs of an individual before those of the group. As such, the member has a direct interactive verbal style that allows them to express their ideas freely. On the other hand, the member from the Asian culture is more inclined to the cohesiveness of the group by putting the group’s needs before those of the individual (Haggis). As such, the member is seen to have an indirect interactive style and is less comfortable in expressing their ideas preferring silence instead.
The three particular stereotypes in the film “Crash” that have been chosen are: all blacks steal (carjacking of Jean’s vehicle), all Muslims are terrorist (comments made by the gun dealer when Farhad went to purchase a gun with his daughter), and the collision of an Asian vehicle with a Hispanic one (The female drivers were involved in a racial confrontation). The impact of stereotyping in the film "Crash" had a significant influence on how the events were portrayed. Characters interacted with one another based on the misconceived creations about the other person. Stereotyping in the film dictated the relation of characters to one another. The characters in the film used stereotyping to make assumptions. Hence, most events portrayed in the film had misconceptions and misrepresentations purely based on the characters assumptions. No, the same stereotypical might not have influenced me because I am knowledgeable