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Terminology for Hispanic Culture

Hispanic, Latino, Latin American, American and Spanish
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Jose Luis Fernandez-Garcia

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of Terminology for Hispanic Culture

Hispanic Culture This term does not make any reference to race, religion or nationality Hispanic: Is a person that comes from a Spanish speaking country. (Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, etc.) Latino: Is a person that comes
from a nation whose language
is a Romance Language (Spanish'
Italian, Portuguese, French, etc.). By this definition, Italians
and Brazilians can be considered
Latinos, but NOT Hispanics. Spaniards, on the other hand,
by this same definition can be considered
Latino and Hispanic Latin American: Is a person from
the Americas who speaks a Romance
language. For example: a Brazilian who speaks Portuguese, or a Paraguayan who speaks Spanish American: a person from the
Americas North + South This term refers to
a person that comes from Spain. Mexican, Cuban, etc. are NOT languages Spanish, of course is also a language. Spanish: kronox
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