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📒Latinoam Rica ✍ Arturo A. Fox
✏Latinoam rica Book Summary : Offering a well-organized overview of Latin America's development from pre-Columbian times to the present, this cultural reader is written in straightforward, accessible Spanish depending heavily on cognates "without" compromising the natural flow of a native speaker's discourse. A comprehensive review of the main cultural areas of Latin America, including coverage of the Hispanic countries of the Caribbean and Central America, the Andean region (Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia), and the southern cone (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay). Context-specific coverage of U.S.-Latin American relations explores the role of the United States in Latin American affairs in the context of the different cultural regions, particularly in the case of Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean.
📒Spanish For Health Care ✍ Patricia Rush
✏Spanish for Health Care Book Summary : This communicative, needs-based approach to learning Spanish is designed to help professionals or pre-professionals in one of the many areas of health care. Note: As can be expected for the needs of this profession, this text contains explicit vocabulary and illustrations related to body parts, illnesses, and health issues.
📒Sandino S Nation ✍ Stephen Henighan
✏Sandino s Nation Book Summary : Ernesto Cardenal and Sergio Ramírez are two of the most influential Latin American intellectuals of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Addressing Nicaragua's struggle for self-definition from divergent ethnic, religious, generational, political, and class backgrounds, they constructed distinct yet compatible visions of national history, anchored in a reappraisal of the early twentieth-century insurgent leader Augusto César Sandino. During the Sandinista Revolution of 1979-90, Cardenal, appointed Nicaragua's minister of culture, became one of the most provocative and internationally recognized figures of liberation theology, while Ramírez, a member of the revolutionary junta, and later elected vice-president of Nicaragua, emerged as an authoritative figure for third world nationalism. But before all else, the two were groundbreaking creative writers. Through a close reading of the works by Nicaragua's best-known and most prolific modern authors, Sandino's Nation studies the construction of Nicaraguan national identity during three distinct periods of the country’s recent history - before, during, and after the 1979-90 revolution. Stephen Henighan offers rigorous textual analyses of poems, memoirs, essays, and novels, interwoven with a sharply narrated history of Nicaragua. The only comprehensive study of the careers of Cardenal and Ramírez, Sandino's Nation is essential to understanding transformations to both Nicaragua and the role of the writer in Latin America.
📒La Cultura Latinoamericana En El Espa Ol De Aqu Y All ✍ Bernardo Vallejo Ph.D.
✏La Cultura Latinoamericana En El Espa ol De Aqu Y All Book Summary : The format of this book enables the student in spanish to understand being bilingual on the part of the communicative process; that of being bicultural is an indispensable element. The text tunes the learner, at the advanced level, by introducing the communicative performance taking into consideration the spanish dialectal variations into some cultural aspects of the traditional and contemporary systems of latin american societies. The book applies a practical approach to learning spanish as a foreign language by focusing on most latin american countries culture with specific topics: family, social stratification, politics, religion, the position of women, transportation problems, drugs and trafficking, traditional healers, the concept of time, the social stratification of language, the life of some indigenous cultures in the high Andes and in the deep jungles, students visiting a foreign country, in addition to some other topics of interest. Each chapter starts with an ethnographic description of some cultural aspects of a geographical area and its people. Some cultural aspects are suggested to participate on discussions related to the chapter. The student is asked to translate simple sentences into spanish. The verbal interaction among the people in the described area is reflected in the dialectal variations collected, which leads to questions to measure the students comprehension level. Cultural notes are explained at the end of each chapter.
📒Latinoamerica Su Civilizacion Y Su Cultura ✍ Eugenio Chang-Rodriguez
✏Latinoamerica su civilizacion y su cultura Book Summary : Bring the richness and complexity of Latin American culture to life for your students, with LATINOAMÉRICA. Featuring a thematic organization supported by comprehension questions, expansion questions, timelines, chapter summaries, photos, illustrations, Internet activities, video suggestions, and maps, the text takes students on a 20-chapter tour of the progression of Latin culture-from the pre-Columbia era to Hispanics in the United States today. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Vitalidad E Influencia De Las Lenguas Ind Genas En Latinoam Rica ✍ Ramón Arzápalo Marín
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📒Mas Alla De Las Palabras ✍ Olga Gallego
✏Mas alla de las palabras Book Summary : This content-rich, culture-based intermediate Spanish text provides a smooth transition between first-year and second-year Spanish texts. The text's highly effective integration of language skills instruction and content, coupled with the application of technology, fully meets the five standards defined by the National Standards in Foreign Language Education Project. The main goal of these texts is to provide intermediate level students of Spanish with a foreign language experience that takes them from the practical language knowledge needed to carry out daily tasks to a more meaningful understanding of Hispanic cultures. Mastering Intermediate Spanish is designed specifically for those with a strong intermediate level background who are able to more quickly move to a more advanced level.
📒Marx And Latin America ✍ José M. Aricó
✏Marx and Latin America Book Summary : José Aricó explores why Latin-American reality was apparently 'excluded' from Marx's thought. Identifying the contradictions in Marx's attitude to 'peripheral' countries, Aricó challenges charges of 'Eurocentrism', demonstrating how Marx's hostility to Simón Bolívar's 'Bonapartism' coloured his attitude towards the continent.
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📒Am Rica Latina ✍ Leopoldo Zea
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