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    present an unbiased portrayal of the life of Argentinian political leader Eva Peron. This unbiased portrayal however was interpreted as, an almost vicious attack to a woman that many Argentinians consider a saint. The musical “Evita” re-ignited a debate that had long since burned in Argentina, was this woman a saint or simply a social climber? The life of Eva Peron (then Eva Duarte) began in extreme poverty raised mainly in the town of Junin. In 1934 at the age of fifteen she left her home and…

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    Agents may not place as much importance on creating a high brand value as you would like them to. This can result in not attracting the desired target market and the premium for the high end product. Tariffs and taxed may also cause problems and lead to the product becoming to expensive for the desired market. Even with these disadvantages exporting with the indirect method is the best option. 5.3 Strategic Alliances Cervena will have to look for an agent that is able to get the product into…

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    Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina furthermore the second biggest city in Latin America. The metropolis with South America's busiest port is the economic, social and business focus of the nation. Buenos Aires renowned for Tango dance, music, bookshops, theaters, historical centers, bars and more is a most loved traveler destination. Here is a note on the mainstream touristy things to do or see in Buenos Aires. Square de Mayo is the real court in Buenos Aires where a large portion of the…

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    an important theory to keep in mind when considering intercultural communication, especially when one finds themself in a totally new and different place than what they are used to. I spent a summer going to school in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in this place, I went through many of the reactions mentioned in the discussion of the Anxiety and Uncertainty Theory. In consideration of my time there, I thought it appropriate to apply this theory to my experience there. In Argentina, I experienced…

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    EDUCATION Oct 2015 - Feb 2016 Level 3 Award in Education and Training April 2015 - Dec 2015 Level 3 Certificate for Essential Practitioners (ESOL) April 2014 - July 2014 Level 3 Certificate for Essential Skills Practitioners (Literacy) Jan 2012 - Feb 2012 Level 2 Certificate - Supporting Adults and Young people in Essential Skills March 2011 - Nov 2011 Post-graduate course in ELT - National Technological University UTN Buenos Aires - Argentina…

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    History Of Argentina

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    Oh The Places You’ll Go! Argentina Argentina is an independent and republic state which cover most of the southern part of South America. They received their independence from Spain on July 9, 1816. Did you know Argentina has a total forty-two million people? The state capital Buenos Aires is a popular tourist attraction and also their largest city. The ethnicity of the people is ninety-seven percent European that are of Spanish or Italian descent. In my research I found out that…

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    The eighth largest country in the world, second largest in Latin America, subdivided into 23 provinces and one autonomous city, is home to approximately 43,417,000 Argentinians holding the world’s largest population of Italians outside of Italy and the second largest population of Jews in the Americas, outside of New York. The name Argentina comes from the Latin word for silver, Argentum, and they chose this name because the original European settlers thought the country was full of silver and…

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    sympathizing with them. Their direct tactics of action helped them prevail because it was able to give them new psychological mindsets that were able to keep them focused even if there were numerous dangers of ‘disappearing. ' The women always met at the Plaza de Mayo, and this was a strategic venue. It was a good location because they would be able to face the president’s palace wearing non tradidtional clothing for women and carrying photographs of their loved ones. The Junta was baffled and…

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    Eva Peron Research Paper

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    eva and juan peron.png Eva Peron was born in May 17,1919 in Los Toldos Argentina and Died July 26,1952 at Buenos Aires Argentina. Eva is the youngest of five children of Juan Duarte and Juana Ibarguren. Her dream was to become an actress and she obtained small parts in motion pictures and on the radio. In 1943 Eva met Colonel Juan Peron a secretary of labor and social welfare in the military goverment born october 8 1895 in Lobos, Argentina and died July 7,1974 at Olivos, Argentina. Eva…

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