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The Media and Mexico
Examines the impact of American media on Mexico's culture.
# 32586 | 1,400 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 15, 2003 in Communication (Mass Media) , Latin-American Studies (General)

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This paper discusses the impact the American media has had on shaping Mexico's culture. The paper focuses on the shaping of the manufacturing industry, the cosmetics industry and the music industry, and shows how Mexicans are now, more than ever, seeking to emulate the American lifestyle. The paper notes that this emulation would not have been possible without the existence of global television and the Internet

From the Paper:

"President Bush visited Mexico in February 2001, to further strengthen ties with Mexico. The trip was his first outside of the United States as president. Mexico has also actively been seeking alliances and trade agreements with other countries. So far, Mexico is a member of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation and the World Trade Organization. (Mexico Profile).
"In the last few years, Mexico's manufacturing industry has grown due to NAFTA. The country stabilized almost in 1994 after the agreement was signed and exports increased.
The United States has seen a dramatic Latin influence in the music industry. The Latin community has begun emulating pop and R&B sounds, creating a sound with a Latin undertone, prophesied to change the face of music in the United States and in Latin America. Many wonder if Mexico will lead the burgeoning Latino music market in the United States and translate into a new market in Mexico."

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