That's probably overkill.
Just ask yourself, as an Author, why a certain Element is a Problem.
You know, you can't just say "The townspeople don't like these people from another country" and think that covers Non-Acceptance as a Problem.
Why is their Non-Acceptance specifically a Problem and what kind of conflict does it introduce?
The townspeople's Rejection of the immigrants drives them to call upon the District Attorney to reject the immigrant's claims of freedom to assemble because they're violating land use laws...which drives the immigrants to reject the townspeople's customs leading them to buy up houses for sale in the area and a popular diner, so they can convert it to their own, thereby increasing tension in the area...and so on...
(Can you tell I've been watching the AMAZING Wild Wild Country on Netflix?!)
As someone who loves all things Dramatica and finds 4 levels of Justification super interesting and compelling, you're better off answering the simple questions first, getting those down and then maybe...maybe somewhere down the road start thinking about that kind of stuff.