United States Embargo against Cuba
Radonda R. Beauchamp Sr.
March 26 2013
Dr. Jake Golden
Even though many feel that it’s outdated the U.S. embargo against Cuba is a direct reflection of the breakdown in intercultural communication. We will look into how the U.S. and Cuba differ in culture patterns and how communications play a role in each one. Touching on why the embargo was established and how it’s supposed to work . Choosing an intercultural that could best serve this and describing how it applies to this embargo. While also looking into other theories that may help resolve the issues between these countries.
Well one may ask how these two countries differ in culture. With Creole, African, and Spanish influences, today's Cuba is woven with rich cultural rhythms strongly rooted in their traditions. The Cuban colorful surroundings are evident in their dance, food, dress, and music. It is something they so warmly and lovingly share with the many tourists that come to the country each year On the other hand, America is an immeasurably diverse nation, overflowing with many subcultures and religions that makeup a wide gamut of cultural norms. The diversity makes it elusively difficult to determine what the actual cultural dynamic of America is. Generalizations abound, but ultimately a culture's identity is rooted in the soul of the people the differences between the Cuban and American cultures are unambiguous. Residing in Cuba may mean going without luxuries that many Americans take for granted; nevertheless, the core of happiness is not built on what we accumulate but what we share. Then we turn to the role communication plays in...