Various definitions of culture reflect differing theories for understanding or criteria for evaluating human activity.
Edward Burnett Tylor writing from the perspective of social anthropology in the UK in 1871 described culture in the following way: "Culture or civilization, taken in its wide ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and Mexican Spanish differs from the language spoken in Spain the same way American English differs from British English: some pronunciations are different and sometimes different expressions are used in the two countries for the same idea.
This one man visiting us from Mexico told my cousins and me that we were all (rich snobs).
It is also implied that we were ditzy, which I believe was what the guy really meant.
Apart from Spanish, about 50 languages are spoken in Mexico by about 7 million people; a significant fraction of the population does not speak Spanish at all.
Citizens take pride in their economic independence, mexico still values community in its cities and towns, its plazas and schools, and its work organizations.
As I begin this essay comparing two separate cultures I feel it is necessary to first describe what exactly culture is.
Culture has been called "the way of life for an entire society." It includes codes of manners, dress, language, religion, rituals, norms of behavior such as law and morality, and systems of belief.
Not that I’m bragging, but my family makes the best Mexican dishes in all of California.
OK, so I am bragging, but whenever we have dishes such as enchiladas, or mole, you can practically taste the culture and tradition!