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Democratization: Brazil and Chile
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A 6 page paper which discusses the process of democratization in Brazil and Chile. The topic illustrates how democratic governments earlier in the previous century have affected democratization during the 1980's and the 1990's. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: RAbrzlchl.wps

Dollarization In Ecuador
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This 14 page paper has three parts. The first is an overview and explanation of what dollarization is, including the three main categories of dollarization. The second part is an overview and explanation of what happened in Ecuador, politically and economically, that led to the adoption of official and full dollarization. The last part discusses the effects of dollarization on the economy. Inflation, interest rates, and GDP are discussed. Statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PGecuad.rtf

Dona Marina: Heroine, Traitor, or Representative of Culture
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A 5 page paper which discusses the woman who was known as Dona Marina. Dona Marina was Cortez' lover and interpreter. According to many she was either a heroine or a traitor, while others feel she was merely a reflection of her culture in her actions and attitudes. The paper utilizes "Conquest of New Spain" by Bernal Diaz and "Expanding Ethnicity in Sixteenth-Century Anahuac: Ideologies of Ethnicity and Gender in the Nation-Building Process" by Thomas Ward in further examination of her involvement as it pertained to her position as a slave and a Christian, which were forces that greatly influenced how she was seen in regards to her position as heroine or representative of her culture. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAdonamrna.wps

Drug Use and Treatment of Hispanic Immigrants
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A 19 page paper discussing the influence of culture on addiction treatment. Much of the research into drug use among Hispanics of the past has identified Hispanics only by cultural identification, without giving a clear picture of those cultural matters that can influence whether a Mexican American chooses to seek help in breaking an addiction. There are several aspects of the Mexican American culture that prevent Mexican Americans from moving along the same path of addiction resolution that individuals of other ethnic groups navigate in similar journeys. This paper discusses some of these points, including acculturization and the tradition of relying on family groups in times of crisis. Counselors need to realize that Hispanics who enter treatment likely already have used these social structures without success. Includes an abstract and an outline. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Filename: KSpsychImmi.rtf

Eurocentricism As An Obstacle To Learning True Latin-American History
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A 4 page look at issues concerning the Pre-Columbian Americas. The writer stresses that fact that civilizations covered the continent long before the arrival of the Europeans and never considered themselves to be "of the Americas." The journey of Columbus was only a "landmark" event from a Eurocentric perspective. Of particular importance in this essay is that we cannot possibly attempt to understand the diversified culture of Pre-Colombians, Native Indians, and so forth-- because most records were destroyed by the arriving Europeans--who re-wrote history from their own perspective. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Evita Peron
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15 pages in length. Championing the causes of inhumanity, Maria Eva Duarte de Peron – Evita – became one of the twentieth century's most powerful women after exchanging a successful radio and film career for a meteoric rise within the world of politics. Loved by her supporters as much as she was hated by her adversaries, Evita understood how to play the political game in order to reach her objectives; her association with husband Col. Juan D. Peron, who ultimately took the role of president, forged an alliance that served to wholly benefit the Argentine people. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCEvita.rtf


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