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Literature of the Sao Paulo Week of Modern Art [UTEXAS:2152/8958]
The Brazilian modernist movement, from its early development circa 1917 through its ftrst creative phase ending in 1929, encompassed the fine arts as well as literature in a broad attempt to renovate artistic and intellectuallife. [...]
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Rent Seeking, Rent Avoidance, and Informality: An Analysis of Third World Urban Housing [UTEXAS:2152/8957]
Any number of concepts and ideas have been set forth over the past two or three decades to describe and explain the various problems common to urban development in Third World countries. [...]
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Mexican Speech Play: History and the Psychological Discourses of Power [UTEXAS:2152/8956]
If one spends time among Mexican descent working-class men of the lower socioeconomic level either in Mexico or the United States, it is quite llkely that, subject to the cultural constraints of time and social context, one may eventually witness the display of expressive performances of speech play. [...]
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The Outlook for the Mexican Economy [UTEXAS:2152/8955]
To properly understand Mexico's present predicament with regard to its domestic and international economic policy, it is useful to review briefly some of the background from the 1960s and 1970s. [...]
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The Dilemma of Food Security in a Revolutionary Context: Nicaragua, 1979 - 1986 [UTEXAS:2152/8954]
In recent years, many Central American nations have experienced recurring food deficits and have become importers of food, rather than exporters, as they once were (see Murdoch, 1980: 98-166~ Barry and Preusch, 1986: 144-162). Simultaneously, their economies have become increasingly dependent on exports of primary agricultural products. [...]
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Domestic Politics and Foreign Investment: British Development of Mexican Petroleum [UTEXAS:2152/8953]
How do host country politics affect foreign business interests? Tbis question is so complex that, while recognizing some influence, historians still concentrate on profit-making and market forces in order to analyze foreign investment, the growth of the firm, and the economic performance of less developed countries. [...]
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Elite Settlements [UTEXAS:2152/8952]
Following the classical elite theorists' injunction to study variations in elite structure, we examine the elite settlement as a major, yet largely overlooked, form of political change. [...]
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Film Analysis and Contemporary Mexican Narrative: A Theoretical Approach to a Reflexive Point of View [UTEXAS:2152/4088]
The object of these notes is to demonstrate how a film such as Danzon (Mexico, 1992) by Maria Novaro proposes a system of glances (between characters as well as between the spectator and the screen) that involves the spectator in the construction of a space in which it is possible to establish a genuine dialogue between men and women far beyond the moment of watching the film. [...]
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Beyond the IMF [UTEXAS:2152/4080]
The purpose of this paper is to examine the governmental and market mechanisms that are being developed in the world financial community as ways to complement and substitute for the gap created by IMF deficiencies. [...]
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Dendroclimatic Research in the South American Sector of the Southern Ocean: Indicators of Atmosphere-Ocean Climate Variability [UTEXAS:2152/4084]
A tree-ring chronology network recently developed from the subantarctic forests provides an opportunity to study long-term climatic variability at higher latitudes in the South American sector of the Southern Ocean. [...]
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