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Argentina and the IMF - Argentina, the IMF, and the WTO In 1999, over 40,000 people came to protest in the streets outside the Seattle Conference Center, where the delegates from the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) came to Seattle to discuss new international trade agreements. Many came to protest not only against the WTO and the IMF, but also against globalization itself; Thousands were protesting for anti-globalization because of increasing concerns that certain trade and investment measures were encroaching on national sovereignty....   [tags: economy, argentina, convertibility law]
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Argentina - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette - Understanding Global Cultures Argentina   Argentina Introduction Argentina is an 8th largest country in the world. Cultural name of Argentina is Argentine and Argentinean. It is located in South America, with borders of Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires. Primarily, most of the Argentines are European descent, which separates them from other Latin American countries. In Argentina, 97% of population have Spanish and Italian. Spanish is local language and also used into government offices....   [tags: Argentina Culture Essays]
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Argentina's Complete Balance Of Payment - Case Study Objectives: • Preparation of Argentina’s complete balance of payment for the previous year and a forecast for next year. • Effects of devaluation on sales if it occurs in Argentina’s economy. • Borrowing decision feasibility for M/s Jeans USA Findings: Trade balance is in a healthy position $4.691 BN and is likely to increase Exports are $12.078 BN and are expected to increase to $13 BN which is 8% for next year. Imports are likely to be remain constant Foreign reserves are $10 BN Business prospects are excellent in Argentina BALANCE OF PAYMENTS Current Account | |$ in billions | |Expor...   [tags: Budget Finance Argentina] 1860 words
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Argentina and the Tango - The curtain rises on the streets of late 19th century Buenos Aires as a simple quadruple meter begins to ring. Two figures emerge from the darkness and begin to flow into a sensual, impressive dance. As he artfully guides her body around his own figure, a crowd begins to form, and soon there are more couples that join into this social dance. This is the scene for the beginning of the Argentine tango. The tango was not always the elegant dance reserved for famed ballrooms, but rather, it had its début on the streets of Buenos Aires with the poor of Argentina....   [tags: dance, Buenos Aires, seduction, Argentine culture]
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‘The Dirty War’ of Argentina - Between the years of 1976 to 1983, the period known as the ‘Dirty War’ was in full force in Argentina. During this period, thousands of people mysteriously went missing, and are referred to now as the ‘Disappeared’. It is believed that many of the disappeared were taken by agents of the Argentine government, and perhaps tortured and killed before their bodies were disposed of in unmarked graves or rural areas. Whenever the female captives were pregnant, their children were stolen away right after giving birth, while they themselves remained detained....   [tags: Argentine History]
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Flammable or Not?: Agency in an Argentine Shantytown - On the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina, there is a shantytown called Villa Inflamable that is home to many people and a variety of large companies. This community and its relationships with its environment, local companies, and local governments are examined in the ethnography Flammable: Environmental Suffering in an Argentine Shantytown by Javier Auyero and Débora Alejandra Swistun. Auyero, an American professor of sociology, and Swistun, an anthropologist and native of Flammable, used two and a half years of field work to compile a comprehensive view of the historical and current, polluted state of the community....   [tags: argentina, villa inflamable, pollution]
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To What Extent Did Eva Peron Influence Argentine Politics from 1946-1952? - A. Plan of Investigation The focus of this investigation is about the extent of Eva Peron’s influence in Argentine politics from 1946 to her death in 1952. Popular culture paints her as the symbol of Peronism, the heroine of the poor, underrepresented, labor workers, or the descamisados, or “the shirtless ones.” The study will focus on the Perons’ rise to power, as well the period in which they were leaders of Argentina, to the first fall of Peronism. This investigation will be evaluating how influential Eva Peron truly was in regards to the success of the Peronist government....   [tags: Plan of Investigation, Argentina, Politics]
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Argentina: The Collapse of the Currency Board - ... dollar became Argentina’s second legal tender, next to the peso, and banks were able to contract business using either denomination (Bleaney, 2004). While in existence, the Argentine currency board functioned as a system to restrict the country’s money supply by requiring all currency introduced into the economy to be backed by U.S. dollars, ultimately limiting inflation (Eiteman et al., 2010). The Collapse of the Currency Board From its onset in April 1991 to its abandonment in 2002, the currency board in Argentina seemingly succeeded at times....   [tags: latin american country, trading partners]
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The Tension between Argentina and Britian - ... (Lorton, 2012) In 1833 the first conflict between Britain and Argentina occurred in regards to the islands. Britain had returned to islands to expel the Argentine garrison, the British removed the Argentine flag flying on the island and sent it back with their men to the mainland with a message, “the British had found, a foreign flag in the territory of His Majesty.“ (Lorton, 2012, p.g 151). The Argentine settlers on the Island were allowed to remain alsong as the accepted British rule, however most settlers left gradually after....   [tags: sovereignity, islands, nation, conflict]
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The Culture and History of Argentina - ... Immigration during the 20th century has brought other Christians to Argentina and due to their cultural facilities, 78% of Argentinians claim to be Catholic, however despite this percentage only 24% of them attend religious events regularly. Even though the total population of Jewish is 2%, Buenos Aires contains the second largest population of Jewish in the Americas next to New York. Argentina also has the largest population of Muslims in Latin America. Judaism also makes up of a percentage of the religions found in Argentina....   [tags: spanish, immigrants, dance, language]
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Argentina's Economic Status and Difficulties - ... (2011). Argentina bans the sale of the Apple iphone and BlackBerry models temporarily. Phone Arena. Retrieved from:http://www.phonearena.com/news/Argentina-bans-the-sale-of-the-Apple-iPhone-and-BlackBerry-models-temporarily_id25139 Argentina Overview. The World Bank. Retrieved from: http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/argentina/overview Bergen, J (2010). 6 factors that influence exchange rates. Investopedia.com. Retrieved from: http://www.investopedia.com/articles/basics/04/050704.asp Bloomberg & Reuters (2014)....   [tags: Kirchner, Government Action, Peso]
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A Brief Economic History of Argentina - ... These two groups thus combine to create the nation known to this day as Argentina finally establishing in the late 19th century finally agreeing on views. Foreigners investing into Argentina’s trade would add to a contribution of an economic revolution all throughout Argentina leading to the production of railroads and mass amounts of trade ports spreading all throughout the land of Argentina with the British being their primary and significant investor’s. Ever since these momentous events have occurred Argentina has grown to be one of the world’s top 10 richest and prosperous countries based off of their fast development of their agriculture and infrastructure with of course help from f...   [tags: South American nations] 671 words
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It Takes Two: Argentina and the Tango - The curtain rises on the streets of late 19th century Buenos Aires as a simple quadruple meter begins to ring. Two figures emerge from the darkness and begin to flow into a sensual, impressive dance. As he artfully guides her body around his own figure, a crowd begins to form, and soon there are more couples that join into this social dance. This is the scene for the beginning of the Argentine tango. The tango was not always the elegant dance reserved for famed ballrooms, but rather, it had its début on the streets of Buenos Aires with the poor of Argentina....   [tags: dancing styles around the world] 1490 words
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Genocide in Argentina and in Chile - Genocide in Argentina and in Chile The military attacks on the people of Chile began in September 1973, and the disappeared would become thousands of citizens who were murdered or kidnapped during the 16 year reign of the Pinochet ideology ending with president Aylwin. From 1973 to 1983, thousands of people would disappear overnight never to be seen again into the 500 concentration camps where they would be tortured and murdered in Argentina. The people of Argentina crimes were to speak out against the inhumane conditions around them....   [tags: military, attack, crimes, conditions, camps]
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Genetically Modified Crops in Argentina - Research Report For my gallery project, I chose the overall topic of genetically modified crops in Argentina. While doing my research, I found that the topic of genetically modified crops was far too broad, and narrowed my topic down to health issues caused by genetically modified crops in Argentina. Through my research I found that most of the health problems that were proven to be related to genetically modified crops were tied to the pesticides used on them. For this research paper I would like to follow the format of my presentation: background, geographical effects, basics about genetically modified organisms, the health risks of genetically modified crops, comparisons of Argentina’s G...   [tags: bioengineering, health issues]
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International Business in Argentina - International business in Argentina A democratic and free market depends on the successful incorporation of ethical features and values. These values include country’s features like collaboration, trust, loyalty, justice and mutual respect. Trust in business has the potential to be undermined by demonstrably unethical acts by the host government or other players in the business. Unethical practices in the business contribute to both deprivation of confidence in the operations of the company. It also affects the country’s financial sector....   [tags: bilateral trade agreements, South America]
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The Brave Women of Argentina - A mother’s love is one of the strongest passions in the world. This love can drive a mother to do drastic deeds to save her children and her family. The mothers and the grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo truly exemplify the power of a mother’s love. Their love was shown during the Dirty War in Argentina in 1976. During this time, the awful military dictatorship run by Jorge Rafael Videla made people disappear to make others scared of speaking out (Goldman 1). The mothers and grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo were the only people to stand up against the government and protest for the location of their children....   [tags: Plaza de Mayo, history, politics]
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Policy Risk of Argentina - ... As the result, transactions in dollar-based market slowed down considerably. For instance, foreign exchange controls increased the risk of currency’s convertibility, and it directly created the black market rate, which reach almost 37% gap against the official exchange rate (Argentina: risk assessment, n.d.). For international Smartphone business perspective, exchange control policy defiantly reduced the currency convertibility, and it would increase the cost of operation and cost of financial transfer....   [tags: latin american budgetary policies] 1316 words
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Economic Impact of Argentina - The economy of Latin American countries such as Argentina have often focused on only one main product at a time and imported many of the other products needed. Argentina especially followed this economic strategy in the late 1800’s. Latin American countries focus on one product it does well and does not stray from that product. The countries were just following trends and taking advantage of what the market dictates is a worthwhile product. This strategy can fall short of having long-term success and lead to a land of poverty....   [tags: International Government ]
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Wonderful Argentina - The culture of Argentina reflects deeply upon the geography. Like all countries, Argentina’s culture is widely influenced by her immigrants. The immigrants consist vastly of European with Amerindian and African persuasion in their music and art. The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is a cultural melting pot filled with exotic traditions that are plainly evident throughout today’s Argentinean society. Argentineans are a mix between native Latin Americans and European immigrant. The European culture that has integrated into the Latin American traditions has left Argentinean residents with more of a European persuasion....   [tags: Geography, Informative Essay] 947 words
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A Background Of Argentina - In the beginning of Argentina, we recall two major tribes; the Diaguita and the Gaurani who constituted the agricultural origins. During the 1500’s, Spain discovered Argentina, and quickly claimed it for its own. Spain reigned until the 1800’s when it was at war with Britain. In 1816 Argentina declared independence from Spain. After WWII there was a struggle for leadership of Argentina, eventually Juan Peron, a former dictator, was elected President. Peron represented himself as a leader for the common people, however his administration embezzled funds stole from the workers....   [tags: essays research papers] 632 words
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Authoritarism in Argentina in the Last Fifty Years - ... With the backing of the new president Peron had his target the vice presidency, also the ministry of war Peron was gaining power in the military and the citizens of Argentina. Peron was becoming popular rapidly as prominent political figure. He was gaining support from the urban lower classes and the public sector. In the 1946 elections Peron became president his victory rested on the support of working class and internal migrates. Peron’s government still maintained the “democratic form (divisions of powers, political parties)” (Vanden, E....   [tags: Latin American politics] 1799 words
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Argentina During and After Videla's Regime - Economically speaking, Argentina was at the verge of collapse despite its initial strong stability seen at the beginning of Videla’s regime. Argentina adapted a neo-liberal economic system; in addition their initial policies of liberating trade and eliminating price controls were just some policies that would create huge economic problems for Argentina at the time. In order to make up for liberating domestic trade and eliminating price controls control had to be implemented to ensure that the regime had full control of the economic situation which was at stake as a result of the adoption of these polices....   [tags: political and economic history]
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Evita Perón: Spiritual Leader of Argentina - At first, I wanted to write about the role of women in post-colonial Argentina. This topic, as could be expected, is far too broad to even begin addressing in fifteen or so pages. But it is an incredibly important and fascinating topic, and so I instead decided to focus on two women in particular who have shaped Argentina’s history: Eva and Christina Fernández de Kirchner. This is, in a sense, a way of comparing the role of women then and now in two different societies. Knowing the circumstances of Eva Perón’s birth and youth, it seems inconceivable that she would become the unstoppable political firebrand whose memory evokes wails even today....   [tags: Eva Perón, Juan Perón]
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Truth Commission Reports in Argentina and Chile - ... Throughout this time period, there were thousands of allegations of torture, rape, killings, and other human rights abuses. In regards to the killings, most of the “disappeared” were never found. One of the worst being the Massacre of Trelaw in August of 1972 It was after Raúl Alfonsín’s 1983 election into office, that the new President of Argentina, knew he needed to address the violent atrocity’s committed during the military terror. After taking office, Alfonsín and a select number of his advisors crafted a legal strategy that not only addressed the violence that had occurred, but as well as the number of concerns voiced: the need to respond to demands, including the recommendations...   [tags: Nunca Mas, Rettig Report] 2739 words
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Intercultural Communication, Argentina - Working for an international corporation has been a crash course in various cultures. I have participated on teams with people from Brazil, India, Singapore, England, and Australia just to name a few. It has also been a lesson that Americans aren’t always sensitive to different cultures. One distinct example comes to mind, and I try my best to not make a similar mistake. About 2 years ago my boss decided to get his team together for a face-to-face meeting. We came from all over the United States, but more importantly we were not all native to this country....   [tags: Culture ]
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The Rise of the Recovered Factory Movement in Argentina - The rise of the recovered factory movement in Argentina seems to have been born not for economic enterprise, or of a great desire for social movement and gain, but out of desperation and starvation. Personal accounts in Sin Patron tell not of a revolution for its own sake but of a workforce doing "anything to survive" (Collective, 2007, p. 56). Far from reveling in the absence of leadership these working women often found themselves destitute and wishing for the return of the bosses to their occupied factories (Collective, 2007, p....   [tags: economy, workforce, revolution] 1099 words
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Economic Redemption in La Forja, Argentina - Argentina, which was soon to become the economic powerhouse, quickly descends into a ghost town of abandoned factories and mass unemployment. President Carlos Menem transformed Argentina by selling out every public asset he could find; he privatized factories, and created many corporate handouts. The nation approved of Menem’s changes, and Washington said “This is the best thing ever” (The Take) What the citizens didn’t realize is that by transforming the nation this way, Menem was creating a capitalist wild west....   [tags: Capitalist Wild West, Cooperative Business]
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HSBC In Argentina - Summary of the Case Study Profits at the global banking group HSBC have fallen after it made provisions of more than $1.1 billion to cover losses from the economic crisis in Argentina. The Argentine crisis accounted for $1.12 billion of the write-down - which was slightly higher than analysts had forecast. The figures were in line with analysts' expectations and this helped push shares in HSBC 59p higher to close at 837p. Last year Argentina descended into chaos as people protested against draconian policies introduced to try and avoid default on overseas debt and devaluation of the peso....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1995 words
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The Jewish Community of Argentina - The Jewish Community of Argentina Argentina is the second largest nation in Lain America and boasts the largest Jewish community in the region (200,000 of its 35 million people). From an open door policy of immigration to the harboring of Nazi war criminals, Argentina's Jews have faced period of peaceful coexistence and periods of intense anti-Semitism. Argentina's Jews have numerous Jewish community organizations. The DIAI (Delegacion de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas) was founded in 1939 as the political arm of the Jewish community....   [tags: Papers] 2023 words
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Argentina - I. INTRODUCTION Argentina lives in a democracy since 1986. Before this year lived it under a military regime. In the nineties under the presidency of Menem the country experienced a great increase in the liberalization of trade. Argentina has a free market economic system. Due to the recent privatization program, the State now has a very limited role in the economy. According to the Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum Argentina is classified as one of the most open, least protectionist countries in the world....   [tags: essays research papers] 2281 words
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The Factors That Prompted Democratisation in Argentina - The Factors That Prompted Democratisation in Argentina The Constitution of 1853 gave the vote to all native‑born males, irrelevant of literacy levels or ownership of property, and since this turning point in its history, the Argentine Republic, or Argentina, has had a precarious and temperamental relationship with democracy. Argentina has flirted with many differing systems of government from the end of the Second World War, involving personalities ranging from General Juan Perón, the 'saviour of the working class,' to the oppressive and power‑hungry generals of the late 1970s junta, before seeing its democratic aspirations finally realised in the form of Raul...   [tags: Papers] 3097 words
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Argentina - Argentina Argentina, officially known as the Argentine Republic or Republica Argentina, is a country occupying the most southern portion of South America. For many foreigners, especially Europeans, Argentina has presented the traditional New World image of a land of romance and opportunity. It received its name, "roughly translated as 'land of silver' or 'silvery one,' from the Spanish explorers of the 16th century who were lured there by rumors that portrayed the presence of vast mineral wealth." (Encyclopedia Britannica 357) The "Sun of May," a sun with a human face, appears on the state flag (adopted in 1818) and on the coat of arms....   [tags: Papers] 868 words
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Argentina - Argentina is a federal republic in southern South America on the border of Bolivia and Paraguay; on the east by Brazil, Uruguay, and the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Atlantic Ocean and Chile, and on the west by Chile. The country is the biggest country on the south side and is triangular in shape, with the base in the north and the corner at Punta Dungeness, the southeastern tip of the continent. The length of Argentina in a northern to southern direction is about 2,070 mi.....   [tags: essays research papers] 1439 words
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Flogging a Dead Cow Can Be Profitable in Argentina - ... The biggest difference is the lack of resources Argentina compared to the United States including drilling rigs suited to shale gas applications. “Argentina lacks developed infrastructure required for exploration, drilling and extractions, so the speed of development has been slower up to now,” says Brenda Rangel commercial director for Dow Microbial Control in Latin America. In order to overcome this problem Argentina has been importing drilling rigs, and currently there are 20 rigs dedicated shale applications....   [tags: oil, gas, production, policy, regulation] 2394 words
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Argentina - Argentina Europeans arrived in the region with the 1502 voyage of Amerigo Vespucci. Spanish navigator Juan Diaz de Solias visited what is now Argentina in 1516. Spain established a permanent colony on the site of Buenos Aires in 1580. They further integrated Argentina into their empire following the establishment of the Vice-Royalty of Rio de la Plata in 1776, and Buenos Aires became a flourishing port. Buenos Aires formally declared independence from Spain on July 9, 1816. Argentines revere General Jose de San Martin, who campaigned in Argentina, Chile, and Peru, as the hero of their national independence....   [tags: Papers] 4540 words
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The Great Depression, Concordancia in Argentina, and Import Substitution Industrialization - The Great Depression, which lasted from 1929 to 1939, was a landmark decade that entailed famine, increased suicide rates, and financial shrinkage internationally. Being that the stock market was comprised of international stock, when the crash of October 1929, major banks failed worldwide, causing several countries to suffer from trading losses due to the relationship with the United States at the time. In Argentina, circumstances were intensified by the Concordancia and the political and social turmoil in the country at the time....   [tags: foreign trade, suicide rate, market crash]
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Eva Perón: The 20th Century Cinderella Story of Argentina - ... 6) Eva saw the injustice between the rich and poor and felt that something should be done to correct it. Growing up a member of the low class, Eva felt that she knew what the “descamisados” or “shirtless ones” needed to have for better conditions. Seeing the social injustice all around Argentina, Eva believed that a revolution needed to take place to change her country. She felt that “social injustice in my country could be wiped out only by a revolution.” (Perón pg 16) It wasn’t until she met Juan Perón that she felt such a power inside of him, feeling that this was the person to follow, a person who could led a revolution....   [tags: women suffrage, descamisados] 974 words
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María Eva 'Evita' Duarte Perón: A Radical in Argentina - ... Perón, a rising political and military power in Argentina, soon developed a close relationship with Eva. Using her charm and appeal, Eva rallied support for Perón’s presidential campaign. Perón’s popularity led to his arrest in 1945 but, Eva organized a mass demonstration that, on October 17, 1945, led to his release. October 17 is still celebrated today as the “day of loyalty” or “Día de la lealtad” by supporters of Perón. By this time, the two of them were living together in a house in the northern part of the city, but this was creating problems for Perón because he was living with an unmarried woman who was several years younger than he was....   [tags: influential women in Argentinian history]
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Argentina's Most Notable First Lady: Santa Evita - Countries have had courageous and world changing leaders over the course of history. Most of these well-known leaders have come from countries that are global superpowers. A rare exception is Eva Duarte Peron. Eva was born into a poor family, and against all odds rose up and became prominent in Argentine politics. Well before becoming First Lady, Eva was passionate about helping the poor. Tragically, her work was cut short when she died young. Through her experience, influence, and prominence as Argentina’s most notable First Lady, Eva Peron, long after her death is still considered a champion of the poor....   [tags: Eva Perón, political history]
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A Developing Epidemic in Argentina - A Developing Epidemic in Argentina BUENOS AIRES, Argentina--December is one of the loveliest times of year in the southern hemisphere of South America. On a typical summer day on a warm, Sunday afternoon, residents of Buenos Aires enjoy a relaxing jaunt along the Avenida de Mayo where one can browse the numerous shops of rare antiquities or simply retire to drinking tea in front of one of the many cafes along the avenue. Families with boisterous children picnic within the many public parks and gardens and bask in the warm sun....   [tags: Buenos Aires Journalism Influenza Health Essays] 793 words
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Los Gauchos Rebeldes de la Argentina - Introducción Un tema popular en la literatura argentina moderna es el papel del gaucho. Hoy, el concepto del gaucho recuerda la imagen de un vaquero valiente, pero esto no siempre ha sido el caso. De hecho, varios autores han explorado la evolución del gaucho con sus trabajos, concentrándose en el gaucho en períodos de tiempo diferentes en todas partes de la historia. El Gaucho de Sarmiento Según Sarmiento, muchos de los problemas de Argentina fueron causados por los gauchos rebeldes. Los gauchos eran bárbaros, incultos, ignorante y arrogante....   [tags: ignorante y arrogante, baquiano] 1031 words
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Argentina, Soccer, and Racism - Argentina, Soccer, and Racism Soccer in Argentina, is an important way of life, for most young people, it is the only way of life. Children would clear pastures (fields) of rocks, and mark the goals off with stones. The people were so poor that there was no ball, they used women's stockings all wrapped up together. From a very young age the children were taught to play for the love of the game, nothing else. For these young children, Argentine soccer was a way of life, not just a sport, it defined who these people were....   [tags: American History] 1129 words
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Argentina and Bose Corporation - Argentina and Bose Corporation Bose Corporation has had products of audio system, called “Home Theater System”. It’s a perfect audio system, just like or even better than the sound we can hear from movie theaters. On the system, there is a music center, which is connected to all input and output cables and a big amplifier, which controls the bass and treble. For your information, in music center, you can both enjoy the CD player and radio for basic functions; and outputs for surrounding sound quality for video watching, and tape listening....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework Essays]
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Argentina's Economic Disaster: The Government is to Blame - Argentina's Economic Disaster: The Government is to Blame Argentina is a country with rich natural resources and abundant educated and energetic labor. Yet it fails to pull itself out of a recession that has lasted for too many years, according to its citizens. Many blame the International Money Fund (IMF), foreign influence, or political corruption for their monetary woes. However, others believe that the Argentinean government is to blame for the high unemployment rates and increased poverty....   [tags: Economics Politics]
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Discovery of Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs in Argentina - Discovery of Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs in Argentina The difficulty in re-constructing dinosaurs for television and movies lies in the fact that not everything can be preserved. Fossilized bones create the skeleton of a dinosaur, thereby allowing scientists to study how they moved, how big they grew, and how different body parts worked as a whole. But what children see on television: the scaly green skin of the brontosaurs or the brown hair of a mastodon may not hold much fact. Unfortunately, particular physical features cannot be fossilized....   [tags: Anthropology Essays Paleontology Papers]
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Argentina's Division in El Matadero by Esteban Echeverria and Amalia by Jose Marmol - In Esteban Echeverria’s short story, “El Matadero” and Jose Marmol’s story “Amalia”, the reader is able to see a one-sided perspective of Argentina and the division amongst the people of the country. The one sided perspective is how both authors favor the Unitarian side over the Federalists side. The division amongst the people of Argentina in these two stories lets the reader interpret how Argentina views their good and bad inhabitants. The people who consist of the Federal party are described as brutal and cruel while the people of the Unitarian party are depicted as educated with heroic language and possessing dignity....   [tags: dictatorship, conflicts and struggles]
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The Demographic Transition Model Analysis - In 2050, Argentina will be in stage four of the demographic transition model. This proposes that the population growth will be approach zero, and Argentina will sustain an unvarying population. Most of Europe, Japan, and the United States are perpetually in stage four. Argentina will then be considered a developed country with most people in the working age group, with a tumbling birth rate. This can be seen in the 2050 graph when the sides of the “pyramid” begin to straighten out or become inverted all together....   [tags: argentina's demographics, population pyramid]
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A Man Who Wrote a Constitution: Juan Baustista Alberdi - It was during the years between 1810 and 1880 the fires of war raged across Argentina in an effort to temper the land into an independent and unified nation. It was during this same period that a group of intellectuals came together in an effort to steer the country away from war and transform it into a country of stability and peace. One of these men was Juan Bautista Alberdi who was molded by these fires into an activist and author and inspiration of prolific pieces like the Argentine Constitution and his masterpiece Bases y puntos de partida para la organización política de la República Argentina....   [tags: Argentina, Independent, Unified Nation]
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