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Mexican and American culture
In the world there are many countries with many different habits or cultures. The North of the American Continent has two peculiar countries, these are close each other,but even though they are neighbors, they have different ways of life. These two countries are Mexico and United States. Mexico is in the south, above United States, it is smaller than U.S., and it'sa country with a lot of natural resources and different native cultures, The Olmecs, Teotihuacans, The Toltecs, and The Mayan. In other part United States is in the north over Mexico, it is a countryw

, direct Yes/No answers given and expected, truth is seen as an absolute value. Mexico is very nationalistic, it's proud of his long history and traditions, reluctant to settle outsideMexico. First of all, in Mexico the family is the first priority, children are celebrated and sheltered, the wife fulfills domestic roles, and the mobility is limited, this means that families stay in oneplace. United States is very patriotic, proud of "American way of life", assumes everyone shares his/her materialistic values. The religion is a very important subject because everybody believes insomething. are mixed religions, and has "Master of own life" outlook. have different cultures and some aspects of these differences are, family, religion, nationalism, and ethics. In United States thefamily is second to work, children are often minimally parented and they are independents, the wife often fulfills dual roles, and mobility is quite common, this is because the jobs sometimes requirepersonal in different parts of the country. There are many differences between Mexican and American cultures, in family, religion, nationalism and ethics because at the beginning these two countriesstarted in different ways and there will never be the same traditions and cultures. In Mexico the most common is the Long Roman Catholic tradition, and has a fatalistic outlook, "As God will".