Culture, Social Class, Gender, and Race in Crash
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... Social Class, Gender, and Race in Crash
Modern society continues to be a place where people endure racial, social class, and gender discrimination. Crash, a movie directed by Paul Haggis, underlines discrimination as a constant reality for many people. Their cultural identities are shaped by their social status, which in turn, is a product of their gender, class, and culture. At the same time, the movie also demonstrates that even if some people hate others because of racial, gender, and cultural differences, their lives still intertwine and affect each other. Cultural identity is an important concept that will be analyzed in this essay. Identity is “the earliest expression of an emotional tie with ...