An Interview About Cultural Diversity Narrative Essay by writingsensation

An Interview About Cultural Diversity
An interview with a person of Hispanic decent who lives in America.
# 75374 | 1,053 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 11, 2006 in Hot Topics (Affirmative Action) , Native-American Studies (General)

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This paper is an interview of a person who describes himself as "Hispanic." He comments on his culture, Hispanic representation in the media, discrimination towards him and religious affiliation. He elaborates on the challenges he experiences being part of a minority group, as well as the benefits in his eyes.

From the Paper:

"My interviewee reported that he thinks great strides have been made in how Hispanics are shown in the media. However, he still thought it was misleading. For example, he noted that even when a role was a Hispanic character, a non-Hispanic actor plays the role. He used the example of Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is from Wales, in the Zorro movies. He feels Hispanic actors are under-represented compared to the number of them living in the United States."

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