Mexican Culture

References

The primary author of this profile was Nina Evason (2018).

 

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  • Goffan, H. (2011). Body Language: The Meaning of Gestures in Mexico. Retrieved from http://hispanic-marketing.com/body-language-the-meaning-of-gestures-in-mexico/
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  • Li, H. (2012). Doing Business in Mexico: Culture Differences to Watch for. Retrieved from http://www.ibtimes.com/doing-business-mexico-culture-differences-watch-413594
  • Meixler, E. (2018). With Over 29,000 Homicides, 2017 Was Mexico's Most Violent Year on Record. Retrieved from http://time.com/5111972/mexico-murder-rate-record-2017/
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