7 edition of Readings in Latin American social organization & institutions found in the catalog.
Readings in Latin American social organization & institutions
Olen E. Leonard
by Area Research Center, Michigan State College Press in [East Lansing]
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Olen E. Leonard & Charles P. Loomis.|
|Contributions||Loomis, Charles Price, 1905- joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||HN253 .L45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 320 p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||53010189|
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With unsurpassed knowledge of Latin American history, John Lynch’s New Worlds: A Religious History of Latin America sets out to explore the reception of Christianity by native people and how it influenced their social and religious lives, from the Christian evangelists’ arrival in Latin America to the dictators of the late twentieth century. United States and Latin American and Caribbean governments, often with input from the relevant bodies of the United Nations and the Organization of American States (OAS). Sometimes the programs are collaborative in nature. More often, however, the U.S. government uses its economic and diplomatic leverage to ensure cooperation, making use in.
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Sutton Jr. and Sylvia Leal Carvajal Collection. Latin American Philosophy: An Introduction with Readings. Topical rather than historical organization—Arranges the material in seven chapters, each of which deals with a different philosophical topic related to the Latino experience.
Makes the text more suitable for teaching than most other texts in Availability: Available. The Latin American Social and Public Policy Conference.
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The exhibition presented works by women artists active in Latin America and the United States, claiming to be the “first survey of radical and feminist art practices in Latin. Latin American literature consists of the oral and written literature of Latin America in several languages, particularly in Spanish, Portuguese, and the indigenous languages of the Americas as well as literature of the United States written in the Spanish language.
It rose to particular prominence globally during the second half of the 20th century, largely due to the international success of. The Role of Culture. Another theme that is widespread in studies of Hispanic families is the idea that Hispanics are characterized by familism or a strong commitment to family life that is qualitatively distinct from that of non-Hispanic whites ().The concept of familism can be found in the sociological literature as early as the mids (Burgess and Locke, ; Ch'Eng-K'Un, ).Cited by: -Latin America imported many ideas from North America and Europe, and the dominance of America has led to feelings of anti-Americanism.
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(pp. in 4th ed). Read carefully only pp. skim the rest. U.S. democratic ideals as explanation. Isaacson, Walter, and Evan Thomas. The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They. This series features cutting-edge books on Latin American and inter-American societies, histories, and cultures that offer new perspectives from postcolonial, subaltern, feminist, and cultural studies.
The series concerns itself, above all, with the historical sedimentation and genealogies of Latin American cultural practices and institutions. Readings in American Higher Education My book orders for spring were due yesterday – not a problem for the surveys, since I am using The American Yawp. But it is a problem for my special topics course, designed for juniors and seniors in the history major.
Entrenched political, economic, and social inequality, combined with environmental degradation, weak institutions, pervasive health epidemics, weapon proliferation, and other issues pose formidable hurdles for strengthening democratic ideals and institutions.
The Organization of the American States (OAS), the world's oldest regional. Social movements, collective action, imaginative campaigning, grassroots politics, empowerment of the excluded, indigenous knowledge, appropriate development, participation, and literacy all have popular education in common.
Social and political history in Latin America is hard to understand without knowing about the social movements which have consistently provided the progressive and radical. A unique combination of two major approaches, this reader is separated into two parts.
Part I focuses on four central themes: democratization, economic development, social policy, and changing political actors. Each chapter in this follows a debate format, with complementary readings. Part II features six chapters focusing on particular countries or regions within Latin America, examining how.
Students who use this book will learn that U.S.–Latin American relations have been deeply influenced by dynamic, continuously evolving scholarly interpretations in both hemispheres. Sixteen years after the first edition was published, the editors are more optimistic as the hemisphere unites around trade, culture, tourism and an evolving.
This book examines four major areas of institutional reform: a) political institutions and the state organization; b) fiscal institutions, such as budget, tax and decentralization institutions; c) public institutions in charge of sectoral economic policies (financial, industrial, and infrastructure); and d) social sector institutions (pensions.
By Olivia Singer. During the mid th century, disenchanted members of the clergy and the oppressed classes of Latin America united together to reinterpret the role of the Catholic Church in everyday society and to reclaim religion towards the pursuit of social justice.
Liberation theology encouraged a break from an elitist notion of the Church and the return of control to the people.Description. Readings on Latin America and Its People emphasizes the texture of everyday life for men and women, young and old, rich and poor.
Volume 1 presents a variety of primary sources from Latin America’s colonial period, from the arrival of the first Europeans in the late fifteenth century through the attainment of national independence for most former Spanish and Portuguese colonies Availability: Available.The book's forty-five selections allow readers to compare political institutions and government regimes (democratic, authoritarian, and post-communist) and examine the dynamics of decision making, performance, and political to half of the readings in this Eighth Edition are new, reflecting the dramatic political events of recent.