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  • The Influence Of Tourism In South America

    around the Caribbean, the adventurer finally set foot in what would today be modern-day Venezuela. These first steps into the New World would forever change South America culturally, historically and economically. Today, due to the historical prevalence of their previous European colonizers, South America has begun to develop into a growing continent filled with industry, trade, tourism, and sadly war. Since its foundation, South America has never compared to the Western world economically. This has affected many people because of a rapidly expanding income inequality, which in turn…

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  • The Colonization Of North And South America

    North and South America have transgressed into the countries they are currently in today’s society due to the historical events that date back to the 1500, and 1600’s. The America’s are vastly diverse due to the continuous changes in the populations through out 1492-1677. During this time period, many immigrants from around the world made the journey to the America’s. One of the most significant events that led to the start of the re-peopling of the America’s was Christopher Columbus’ voyage. As…

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  • The Impact Of Spanish Civilization In South America

    Thesis: Due to Transculturation reasons we can appreciate and illustrate the impact of the Spanish culture over the indies. Not only but also demonstrate the idea of obedezco pero no cumplio and its effects over the Spanish hegemony over the indigenous population. My primary sources have evidence of transculturation models over the Indies including the Spanish hegemony and effect on this indigenous population. Americans and Europeans cultures transformed and created New cultures that were…

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  • America In The South Slavery

    In 1783 America becomes free from England 's hand over them. It all became official because of a Treaty that they signed, which is the Treaty of Paris 1783. America had started with not having any freedom, to having freedom all on their own now. Now that America is free, it is their job to try to clean their self up. They had the opportunity to make laws of their own and be able to follow them. America had wanted to write their own laws and make them official, since England has never done that…

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  • Cologerian Culture In South America

    Colombian Culture, and History The Army 's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Culture Center. defines culture as a “dynamic social system,” containing the values, beliefs, behaviors, and norms of a “specific group, organization, society or other collectivity" learned, shared, internalized, and changeable by all members of the society (Watson, 2010). Culture can be broken down into five basic areas, thank can be considered “operationally relevant.” These five areas are; the physical…

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  • Migration In Brazil Case Study

    Mendel University in Brno Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies International Migration in South America Economic Geography Michal Birčiak Obsah International Migration in South America 1 Obsah 2 Introduction 4 History of international migration in South America 5 Migration in 2008, 2009 6 International migration from the South America 7 1.1Migration back home 7 Migration to the others states of OECD 9 1.2Migration to…

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  • Informative Essay On Potatoes

    Because they can be prepared and served in so many ways, it is no wonder this root vegetable is included in so many meals that we eat. Mashed for Thanksgiving, cut and deep-fried alongside your favorite burger, boiled along with other vegetables and seafood, roasted with fresh herbs, or even baked, hot and fluffy and oozing with butter, the potato is delicious just about any way you prepare it. Although often taken for granted, there is no denying that the potato is a mainstay in cuisines…

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  • Economic Factors Of Brazil

    Brazil’s flourishing economy makes for a productive business venture from foreign investors. Due to its high GDP, Brazil proves to be a moderately certain potential asset. Ranked 8th overall by, with a GDP (PPP) of over 3 trillion U.S dollars, Brazil economically dwarfs all of the other south American countries it competes with. This combined with a low cost of living and operating makes it a great place to do business. Since 2008, Brazil has become a net external creditor and all three…

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  • Deforestation Of The Amazon

    The article, “Can South America China-ify Its Economy Without Destroying The Amazon?”, discusses “a new, under-the-radar infrastructure plan”. Their goal is to cut huge swaths of the Amazon to help reorient the continent toward trade with China. This helps because they would be able to trade efficiently with both China and the United States, helping their economy grow. This plan, called The Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America, has managed to keep low…

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  • Influence Of Physical Geography

    Geography plays a crucial role in molding the economic livelihoods, cultural practices and daily way of life. Availability of natural resources, topology, and climatic conditions in a region can greatly affect the way of life of people in an area. It is important to note that architecture and most importantly settlements in a region are greatly depended on geography. Many ancient cultures including but not limited to Egypt, China and Mesopotamia are a perfect examples of how physical geography…

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