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    The state of Oaxaca, Mexico is best known for its culture and indigenous people, it offers the best of Mexico, both old and new. Their oldest inhabited village, Teotitlan de Valle, can be traced back to 8,000 years ago (Penland, 2015). The cultures of the indigenous people have been preserved because the state remains isolated due to its rocky terrain. The state of Oaxaca is located in Southwestern Mexico, its most predominate features are its coastline on the Pacific Ocean and several mountain chains that come together (Henderson, 2015). These geographical features make it harder for people to travel to and from other parts of Mexico. Today, “17 distinct languages, Spanish and 16 other indigenous tongues, are spoken in Oaxaca” although Spanish is the official language of Mexico. In many places Spanish is barely spoken. The largest indigenous groups are the Zapotec 's and Mixtecs, their languages have the same root…

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    The regional festival in Oaxaca City is definitely an experience you don’t want to miss. The fiesta has been going on for centuries, with events being held every July at a large amphitheater across the town. There’s a lot of music and dancing involved, so bring your best…

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    Essay On Oaxaca

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    Oaxaca, Mexico is a lovely travel site, in which it has mouthwatering food, fascinating culture, and is filled with stunning ancient historic ruins. This amazing place is very much known for its rich culture. Oaxaca also has many famous ancient ruin sites, in which it draws many tourists to visit their fascinating sites. Along with its rich culture and its beautiful sites, Oaxaca has delicious food that keeps the tourism coming. Despite all these amazing things, Oaxaca is not the best to live.…

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    Oaxaca Reflective Essay

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    in Oaxaca learning about the culture, geography, and history that shaped Oaxaca. This unit is appropriate and relevant to the children in a third-grade class. According to the Scope and Sequence (3.4, 3.9, 3.10), third graders should be learning about how culture, geography, and history shape a community. More specifically, students will understand that each community develops an economic system that addresses three questions: what will be produced, how will it be produced, and who will get what…

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    Oaxaca (1973) points out that the combination of culture, tradition, and overt discrimination generates an unfavorable occupational distribution of female workers. Based on the data from the 1967 Survey of Economic Opportunity, Oaxaca concludes that within the same occupation, female workers tend to be paid less than male workers. In addition, the difference in the coefficients of the experience variables indicates that the wage structure for males and females might be different even in the…

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    The Long Lost Journey To Oaxaca This is the story of the journey of a man named Sergio Ortega. Sergio was from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, who decided one day to take a risk and change his life. In the state of Oaxaca, Mexico there is a total population of about 3.5 million, with women outnumbering men by 150,000 and about 60% of the population under the age of 30. From 2000 to 2001, 50,433 people moved into the Tucson area and 35,300 moved out (tucsonaz.gov). Sergios’s family is fairly…

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    I have experienced “culture shock” when I went to Oaxaca for the second time. The first time I went to Oaxaca, I was about 2 years old so I don’t remember anything but the second time I went was when I was about 11 years old. My parents gathered enough money to go back and visit my dad’s old town to visit my grandparents. I was super excited I packed clothing, Tamagotchis, training bras and my wild rhino sneakers. We took a plane at LA to Oaxaca, Mexico and it was going to be a 4 hour trip. Like…

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    What Is Monte Albán?

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    Monte Albán is a huge pre-Columbian archaeological place in the Santa Cruz Xoxocotlán Municipality in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The site is located in a small mountainous area increasing higher the field in the central section of the Vale of Oaxaca where the end northern Ella, eastern Tlacolula, and southern Zimatlán & Ocotlán parts meet. The currently-day state capital Oaxaca City has located roughly 6 miles east of Monte Albán. Beyond being one of the newest towns of Mesoamerica,…

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    The Florentine Volcano

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    The Florentine Codex started in the 16th century in Mesoamerica by Franciscan friar Bernardino de Sahagun. This consist of 2,400 pages organized into twelve books. It is in Nahuatl, Spanish, and pictorials. The final version of the Florentine Codex was finished in 1569.the book twelve in the Florentine Codex are written in the following way: 1. Religious beliefs 2. Humanity, 3. Natural history. From Tenochtitlan-Tlatelolco perspective, the conquest of Mexico is the only strictly historical. …

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    Although, the Zapotec communities revitalization projects are not as massive as native american efforts to revitalize the language in the United States, efforts are being made in a smaller scale in Oaxaca, Mexico and in California. One of the problems that the Zapotec communities in the United states face is the rationalization of Mexican immigrants as one ethnic group. It becomes complicated to know what specific communities of Zapoteco speakers are coming from because of the racialization…

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