Including North Americans or Western Europeans?
Seems like youíre targeting specific cultures here.
Same happens as below, with any culture who comes in whether on a local or national scale. Two examples below are a clash of city and rural ideology and culture.
Fun fact: early American colonies passed ordinances making it a crime for colonists to live with/as the indigenous. Too many were joining the natives.
No specific culture being targeted. Itís generalized.
An example on a smaller scale.
I have a friend in another state who was raised on the same property in which they still live, in the country, but the developers have bought property all around their 80 acres. Even though that friend has lived there since childhood the city folk who wanted country life only want their version of country life, and are giving said friend hell wanting them to conform to homeowner association standards. To get rid of their dogs, chickens etc.
They have some enemies in the new developments as a result.
On top of that they want to treat friends private drive as though itís public property and walk it like it was a street in town.
Where I live as well. People want to build vacation summer homes to be able to enjoy the country life and rent out when not using it personally. Yet they expect us to conform to their ideals of what country life should be. They donít wish to you actually learn what country life is. They expect us to conform to what they wishes.
An example: Not far from me someone bought land on a river. They Are selling lots for people to build vacation homes, and gated a county road Because they donít want anyone at the river. When the county gets money to fix the bridge they will have to remove their gate if another local doesnít do it for them again.
In the meantime they want to prevent people from even floating the river Which is a illegal to do in my state and by federal law.
Take the people in rural Colorado. Lived in the middle of nowhere someone bought land a mile away from them. The new people didnít like them having dogs or hunting with them. The new people filed to change the ordinance in the county. The ones who lived there all their life had to go broke trying to fight for their rights.
All three of those are examples of clash of culture on a small local scale.