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Values and Norms of The Stoning of Soraya

I need help with the values and norms of the movie 'The Stoning of Soraya' and to define ethnocentrism and how it affects individuals, societies and multinational corporations. It must focus on the cultural observations based on this experience.

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The Stoning of Soraya: Ethnocentrism-Sociology

The Stoning of Soraya is based on a true story and provides a great example on the discussion of ethnocentrism because it affects individuals, societies and multinational corporations throughout the movie. This movie tells the story of victims of stonings in modern day Iran along with marital betrayal and false accusations. It shows how values and norms may be developed throughout a society and can even influence own family members to come against each other based on certain cultural beliefs. There is a flawedness towards the truth or reality within the views of a group or culture. Ethnocentrism is the belief that one's own ethnic group is superior or better than any other. This belief may transcend towards customs, families and traditions of one's own culture. For example, the treatment of women, family and children, or how a culture views marriage may also become a part ...

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The values and norms of The Stoning of Soraya is examined.

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