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The Church & Human Rights In Latin America : An 11 page research paper on the role that liberation theology has played in developing human rights in Latin America. The Latin American Catholic liberation--theological perspective is described as one important voice in the emergence of a new global ethic centered on human rights. It is strongly connected with the defense of the rights of the poor to a better life and of indigenous peoples in the Americas who have been profoundly hurt by several centuries of colonization. The rights of the poor in Latin America and theology's efforts to provide them with the same human rights as everyone else-- are explained in considerable detail. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Theollib.wps

Women in Colonial Latin America : a 6 page research paper which examines the role of women in colonial Latin America. The colonial world of Latin America was intrinsically different from that of North America and this difference had a tremendous impact on the women of Latin America at that time. Although North America was rich in natural resources, the natives of North America did not have the gold of the Incas or the Aztecs. Consequently, the Europeans that came to North America's shores came to colonize-they brought women with them. Those early Europeans, specifically the Spanish, that came to Latin America did so solely for the purposes of exploitation, not for colonization. Because of this, the Spanish conquerors typically did not bring women with them from Europe. The writer argues that the native women in colonial Latin America were viewed by Europeans as simply one more resources that they could exploit. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Womncol.wps

Latin American Feminist Theology and North American Liberation Theology / The Continuity In Struggle : A 20 page paper that provides an in-depth overview of Latin American Feminist Theology, its place in Latin American history, and then compares it with the liberation theologies of North America. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Lib.fem.rtf

Latin America / Women’s Rights : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of the current issues for women in Latin America. This paper considers the treatment of women and women's rights in Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Latinwmn.wps

Economic Growth in Latin America : An 8 page research paper discussing the impact of foreign debt on Latin America's economic growth and development. The writer discusses Mexico, Brazil, & Argentina, --and -- also focuses on the economies and the social implications arising from the foreign debt in these countries. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Latinam2.wps

U.S. Drug Policies & Latin America : This 45 page paper investigates the domestic and foreign drug policies of the United States. The paper traces the history of drug use and policies within the country, then looks at the policies in Latin America with an emphasis on Bolivia and Colombia. Drug production and trafficking are described as are the efforts of these two countries in decreasing the drug business. Criticisms regarding the U.S. drug policies are provided along with suggestions from experts regarding more effective policies the U.S. could adopt. Bibliography lists 39 sources. Drlatp.wps

Dark History In Latin America : In 7 pages, the writer discusses the atrocities that have taken place in 2 Latin American countries [El Salvador & Argentina], and the impact of the Cold War on them. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Darkhi.wps

Latin America -- Political Force and Social Evolution : A 5 page paper that demonstrates the impacts of major political force on the small communities of Latin America over the course of the past 4 centuries. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Polevol.wps

Trade / Latin America : A 5 page research paper and overview of the trade position of Latin American countries as of July 1998. The writer focuses on statistics, including imports/exports, trade deficits, and economic growth rates. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Latntrad.wps

Latin American Management Styles : A 5 page paper discussing the prevailing styles of management in Latin American countries. Chile built their businesses based on the latest management theories of democratic management styles insofar as they were able within the then-current limits of their culture. The new-style managers of these newly-profitable companies are investing in the latest equipment available. Coteminas, in Brazil, uses Japanese textile looms making the designs drawn on computers run by French software and Mexican GEO builds 19,000 houses each year. This new breed of Latin American manager with international MBAs insists on highest quality and lowest cost possible, and trains their own employees rather than bringing in outside expert help. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mlatin.wps

The Latino Today : An 8 page paper discussing the Latino culture. The word Latino involves many different cultures such as Cuban, Puerto Rican, Mexican-American, Central/South American, and others. They have been a part of the history of the United States since its beginnings when there relatives, the American Indian, were trampled to the ground. Today there are many Latinos that have made a name for themselves as their adaptive nature illustrates. Various descriptions of their existence in the Untied States are discussed to give a better understanding of these diverse people. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Latino.wps

Latino Participation In California Colleges : A 10 page paper discussing the unique situation involving the Latinos and their position in the institution of higher education in California. A section relating to Latino unity in general is included. This is followed by a section on Proposition 209 which directly influences the amount of Latinos enrolled, and assisted, in colleges in California. In addition there is a section on one particular college, Loyola Marymount College, a Catholic college, followed by a section on leadership among the Latinos in the institution of education. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Chicano2.wps

Free Market Capitalism In Latin America : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the issues relating to economic development in Latin America. This paper suggest that the assumption that the key to progress in Latin American is the lifting of barriers to free market capitalism has considerable problems when applied to Brazil and Peru. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Latam.wps

Migration, Informal Economic Sector And Neo-Liberalism In Latin America :
An essay of 4 pages defining and discussing the three economic terms in relation to Latin American countries and their economies. Bibliography lists 3 sources.. Essay2.wps

The Effect Of Outside Forces on Latin America : A 4 page research paper on outside influences on Latin America, and whether these lead to victimization. The writer details drug trafficking, NAFTA, and religious and political influences and discusses what would change the perceptions about them. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Latin3.wps

The MERCOSUR Trade Block : A 5 page paper describing the significance of the MERCORSUR free trade area on its participating countries, which include Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Recent additions of Chile and Bolivia have increased the impact of this agreement. Though similar in theme to other blocks such as NAFTA and the European Union, MERCOSUR is an especially powerful agreement because of the interdependence created between the South American countries. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Mercosur.wps

Eurocentricism As An Obstacle To Learning True Latin-American History :
A 4 page look at issues concerning the Pre-Columbian Americas. The writer stresses that fact that civilizations covered the continent long before the arrival of the Europeans and never considered themselves to be "of the Americas." The journey of Columbus was only a "landmark" event from a Eurocentric perspective. Of particular importance in this essay is that we cannot possibly attempt to understand the diversified culture of Pre-Colombians, Native Indians, and so forth-- because most records were destroyed by the arriving Europeans--who re-wrote history from their own perspective. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Precolum.wps

Tourism in Latin America / Is It Economically Productive ? : A 13 page report discussing the significance of tourism in two major Latin American countries--Mexico and Costa Rica. The writer discusses the impact tourism has on economic development as well as the social implications of the tourist industry. In the end, the writer provides the opinion that tourism is not a viable option to promote development in these counties and that other options for development should therefore be pursued with greater force. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Latintou.wps

Latin America / On the Road to Democracy : A comprehensive, 18 page examination of socio-political trends in Latin America leading to Democracy. The writer looks at how the continent has finally begun to develop a positive image of the U.S., the significance of NAFTA as a partnership between the U.S. & Mexico, The Miami Summit of the Americas, and much more. The positive influences of several key Latin-American politicians and leaders are examined as well. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Latinde.wps

Latin America / On the Road to Democracy # 2 : A shorter, 9 page version of Latindem.wps, in which the writer discusses Latin America's newfound interest in Democracy, respect for the United States, participation in trade partnerships, and more. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Latindem.wps

The Role Of The Military In Latin American Democracy : A 10 page research paper which examines the changing role of the military in Latin America’s new democracies. The writer lists areas of concern which experts feel must be addressed in order for these fledgling democracies to survive. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Rolemili.wps

Latin America & The Self-Fulfilling Image : A 4 page research paper on how the image of Latin America affects its people. The writer details various stereotypes about Latin America, and specifically those which affect Indians and their economic and social position. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Latin2.wps

The Natives of Latin America : A 3 page research paper on the attitudes of both sides upon first European contact, and continuing contact. The writer details the early Spanish conquest, the actors, and how each side reacted. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Latin1.wps

Native Civilizations of Latin America : A short, 4 page look at the history of pre-Columbian Latin America. Meso American civilization (mostly Aztec and Maya) is explored in this essay with reference to specific tribes (Olmec, Toltec, etc;) and large cities (ex. Tenochtitlan) that flourished. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Latinhis.wps

Page's "The Brazilians" vs. Greenberg's "Blood Ties: Life & Violence In Rural Mexico": These two works are compared and contrasted in a 4 page critical analysis. The writer emphasizes how violence in each society is portrayed. No other sources used. Brazil.Doc

Proposal To Create A Latin American Film Series For Americans : An 11 page paper that provides an overview of a film series proposal on Latin American culture and history. This overview provides a reasoning behind the development of the series, which includes the hope of dispelling American stereotypes, while also designing divisions and episodes necessary to consider the almost 3 dozen countries, republics, provinces and political units in Latin America. This paper attempts to incorporate as many as possible into the episodes, each focusing on one cultural, political or environmental event that significantly impacted the cultural development of the group countries or political units. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Latinfil.wps

The Impact of Salsa Music On Latino Children In The US : A 2 page paper that considers the impact of Salsa music on Latino children in the US and then compares this to the impact on children in Latin America. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Salsa.mus.wps

Mestizaje In Latin America : A 4 page paper discussing the intent of the Spanish and Portuguese in insisting that indigenous populations of Latin American minority groups intermarry in a process of blanqueamiento or "whitening." The intent was to preserve the superiority of the conquerors by destroying any ethnic identity and so prevent resistance from any single ethnic group. What they failed to realize is that the common ground of mulatto status also provides that common ground with which to identify. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Mestizaje.wps

Magic Realism In Hispanic Literature : 23 pages in length. In a world that combines fantasy and reality to create an image much grander than life, magic realism is a space and time not many authors have successfully captured. Hispanic-American literature is most assuredly the leader of magic realism, which is defined as a mingling of characters and events in such a way that perfectly blends realistic and mythical elements to create a strangely familiar world. The fantastic qualities of magic realism are found most predominantly in Latin-American works that came to the forefront of the literary world between 1949 and 1970. The writer discusses the concept of magic realism as it relates to Hispanic-American literature, as well as documents the contributions of four gifted writers. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Magchisp.wps

The Role of the Hispanic Community in the Modern West : Illegal immigration, migrant farm jobs and two periods of immigration allowances since the turn of the century have determined large Hispanic communities in the modern West. States like Texas have struggled to define these communities and distinguish between illegal immigrants and the crack down on illegal immigration and the rights of Hispanic-Americans living in these communities. This 12 page paper considers the scope of this problem, reflects the role of law enforcement officials, and also considers the problem of vigilante border patrols, who pose a threat both to Hispanic American citizens and illegal immigrants. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hispwest.wps

Brazil (South America)

Brazilian Culture / The Carnival At Rio DeJaneiro : A 5 page research paper focusing on the current day celebration and activities associated with this celebrated festivity in Brazil. Various rituals and traditions are highlighted throughout the discussion. A brief overview of the origin of carnivals is included as well. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Carnival.wps

Education in Brazil : A 20 research paper discussing all aspects of education in Brazil and making comparisons to the U.S. Including are methods of evaluation, exam styles, deliverance & training, forms of governance and much more. Bibliography lists 14 scholarly sources. Braziledu.wps

The Brazilian Rainforest : A 6 page overview of the environmental importance of the Brazilian Rainforest and its status as a world "hot spot" for environmental destruction. Identifies logging and agricultural activities as the primary impacts to the rainforests and outlines recent efforts to curb these impacts. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Brazrain.wps

Brazil’s Two-tiered Economy : A 7 page paper describing the origin and status of Brazil's two-tiered economic state. The presence of a wealthy minority with historical political clout has perpetuated an impoverished underclass. Social upheaval to bring about governmental and social changes are occuring at both public and governmental levels, but much remains to be accomplished. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Brazileco.wps

Brazil’s Current Economy : This 3 page essay discusses the current status of the economy of Brazil and the problems it is facing. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Brazeco.wps

The Privatization of Brazil / Economic Success : A 12 page paper that provides and overview of the process of Brazilian privatization now underway and considers the impacts of this governmental process. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Brazpri.wps

The Economy of Brazil: The economy in Brazil and much of Latin America is very near collapse, despite past political and economic gains in the region. The poor performances will result in more poverty and delayed economic growth. The primary responsibility for the economic condition lies with the political structure, however, the private sector has possessed the means to hedge against or even benefit from inflation through dollar accounts and overnight accounts. There is no support for change from either the general populace or from the business sector that would provide incentive for the political structure. Inflation has played a major role in the interaction between the economy and the political support for positive economic policies. The 'Real Plan' was initiated in 1944 as an attempt to curtail substantial price increases. Political decisions, then and now, have negatively impacted well-intentioned economic plans seeking to improve the economic future of Brazil. This 10 page paper explores the economic background; issues and problems of the current economy and recommendations for positive change in the economic policies. Bibliography lists 13 sources. KTbrazil.wps

Trade Relations Between Brazil & South Florida : A 6 page paper discussing the relationship between southern Florida and Brazil for the purposes of trade. South Florida ports are the closest point of entry for ships originating in Brazil, but there are other forces at work. Florida intends to build its port business as much as possible, and Brazil is the most likely candidate in the Western Hemisphere. It has grown in this century more than any other country in the world, and it is officially listed as a Big Emerging Market, putting it on par with India and China in potential, if not in volume. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Brazilfl.doc

Brazil & India / Comparison : A 5 page essay on the diverse populations—their formation and their legacy on today’s democratic world. The piece discusses the similarities between the two countries, with brief mention of early history and concentrating on periods of radical change. The paper posits that the main difference between the past and present for both countries is the application of economic solutions and how this is facilitated by participation in the U.N. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Brazindi.wps

The Machismo Of Brazil And Its Men : This 10 page report discusses the "macho" attitudes of Brazilian men and the impact such attitudes have on the women and children of the country. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Macbrazi.wps

A Land to Die For: An Honest Appraisal of Political Opposition by Binka Le Breton: Binka Le Breton’s journalistic pursuit of the events that surrounded the assassination of Josimo Morals Tavares, a priest involved in the squatters land struggles in the countryside of Brazil, is a book of social, political and religious significance. This 8 page paper provides an overview of some of the basic elements in Le Breton’s book and then relates them in terms of the format she uses and its impact as a vehicle for the often controversial messages related. No addtional sources cited. Breton.wps

Bringing Toys 'R' Us to Brazil : 16 page presentation on how to open up Toys 'R' Us in Brazil. Great for those studying international business related topics & issues. Lengthy appendices and comprehensive bibliography listed 9 sources. Brazil.wps

The Strategic Planning Of Coca-Cola In Brazil : This 5 page report discusses Coca-Cola and its dominance of the cola market in Brazil. Strategic planning issues as they relate to Coke’s efforts in Brazil are also discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cokestra.wps

Costa Rica

Costa Rica and Their Business Climate : An 8 page research paper describing Costa Rica’s warm welcoming of responsible, environmentally sound foreign investment. The attitude grew with the 1983 implementation of a plan to direct growth toward nontraditional exports and adjusting the legislative environment to be open to foreign investment with the purpose of improving the overall economy of Costa Rica and the standard of living enjoyed by their people. Foreign (US) aid was mostly withdrawn in 1991, and the concern was with Costa Rica’s ability to sustain the growth trend. Annual reports since then have shown that they have indeed been able to sustain their growth with little outside involvement. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Costaric.wps

Costa Rican Transport & Export : 14 pages in length. "Costa Rican Transport & Export : An Analytical Examination of the Country's Historic Societal Problems Derived from the Importing and Exporting of Bananas." A Comprehensive study. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Please call for more information. Costari3.wps

Farmers vs. The Greenhouse Effect : 8 pages on the Costa Rican-based Klinki Forestry Project-- a plan proposed in 1995 which attempted to address the problem of global warming by converting low-carbon pastures into high-carbon farm forests. The project also addressed the importance of promoting tropical reforestation and this well-presented study examines its budget, feasibility, local acceptance, etc;. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Klinki.wps

Cuba

Cuba, the Pearl of the Caribbean : 6 pages in length. The author discusses the book "Cuba, the Pearl of the Caribbean", by Andrew Coe. Emphasis is on the history, culture, and aesthetic beauties of this Caribbean island. No additional sources cited. Cubacar.wps

Slavery In Cuba Vs. Virginia : A 3 page essay on Herbert Klein's "Slavery in the Americas : A Comparative Study of Cuba and Virginia" in which the writer examines some of the differences that existed between slavery in two different nearby sections of the globe : Virginia (U.S.A.) and Cuba. Among the many points made, Cuban slaves were generally treated much more harshly and found themselves involved in violent riots more often. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Bibliography also cites two additional sources. Slavebok.wps

Castro's Greatest Contribution : A 6 page paper on Fidel Castro's greatest contribution. The writer examines the social and economic reform that has taken place under Castro's regime. Bibliography cites 8 sources. Castro.wps

Fidel Castro : In 8 pages the author discusses Cuban leader Fidel Castro. The life of Fidel Castro has had many ups and downs. He has been taunted as a revolutionary and he has overthrown a dictator. Some see him as a dictator, but he has done all that he can to save his country from the hostilities placed on it by blockades from the United States. Through all of the turmoil, Castro has remained a staunch leader of his people. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Fidcast.wps

Castro : A 6 page paper discussing Fidel Castro, his life, and his influence on United States’ foreign policy. Castro was, and is, a very unique individual, unlike anyone perhaps, ever maintaining great power. He frightened the American government because of his uniqueness and because he overthrew a government that supported the economy of the Untied States. His choices, in relationship to communism, are discussed as well as the attempts on his life, as were made by the CIA. Much of what we, as a country, do not know illustrates just how involved America was with Castro in regards to foreign policy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Fidelife.wps

Cuba & Castro : Approximately 3 pages in length. Report discusses U.S.-Cuban Relations with emphasis on their relevance to Fidel Castro. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Cubacast.wps

U.S. Relations With Cuba Since The Monroe Doctrine : A 6 page research paper on how the history of these two nations has intertwined with the U.S. frequently playing a vital role in the Cuban government. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Uswcuba.wps

Cuba & The Normalization of Relations : A 7 page research paper in which the writer explains that we should normalize relations with Cuba because to do otherwise is unfair to American businesses who are eager to head over there. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cubarela.wps

Cuba’s Economy : A 5 page paper discussing the Cuban economy and Castro’s claim that the country is moving toward a market economy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cubaec.wps

Cuba’s Economy # 2 : The economy of the socialist country is analyzed in this 8 page paper. At issue is whether or not the rosy picture as presented by Vice President Carlos Lage and President Fidel Castro is accurate. Economic indicators are explored in addition to a look at how the people live. Class differences are noted. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Cuba4.rtf

New Insights on Cuba : A 5 page analysis of two journal articles on the turbulent Caribbean island. The first article takes a detailed look at the Cuban Revolution and the role of Che Guevara’s "foco" theory. The second article deals with Cuba’s current political situation and the other Caribbean nations have been moving toward rapprochement of Cuba. No additional sources cited. Cubainst.wps

The Cuban Revolution of 1959 : A 5 page examination of the positive and negative effects of the 1959 Cuban Revolution. Some of the issues address include the racial population since the revolution, the economic status, and the conditions relating to the seizure of property during the revolution. In many ways, however, the revolution is not over and will perhaps always be a reality as long as Castro is in control. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Cuba1959.wps

Cristina Garcia’s "Dreaming in Cuban" : This 3 page essay discusses one of the adversarial relationships, the one between Celia and her daughter Lourdes, in "Dreaming in Cuban." Bibliography lists 1 source. Drcuban.wps

"Dreaming in Cuban" : 5 page analysis of character and effectiveness in Christina Garcia's recent (1990's) book "Dreaming in Cuban"-- a fictional work that realistically traces several generations of a Cuban family and their lives both in their native land and in the United States.-- Examination is moderately socio-political. No Bibliography. Dreamcub.wps

Guatemala

Guatemala : This 3 page report gives a very brief overview of Guatemala – history, population, and government. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Guat2.wps

Guatemala During The World War II Era : A 5 page research paper on Guatemala’s attitudes toward the Allied and Axis powers during World War II. The United States had become an important customer for Guatemala’s economy, purchasing 60% of Guatemala’s annual coffee production. Land reforms and invitations to foreign investment just before the turn of the century had resulted in the immigration of many Germans, who by 1914 oproduced over half of Guatemala’s annual coffee production. With ties to both sides, Guatemala was forced to make a choice between the sides: they chose the Allies. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Guat.wps

Banking & The Economy In Guatemala : A 12 page examination of the role of Guatemala’s banking system in the evolution of the country’s economy. The civil war of 36 years’ duration finally came to an end in 1996 and the government seems to have stabilized to the point of being able to accomplish some good for the country. There is still a wide disparity between rich and poor, with little middle class. The banking system has learned some hard lessons in the last 20 years that may serve the country well now. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Guatbank.wps

Guatemala / Trade : A 5 page overview of Guatemala’s past and current trade relationships, particularly the country’s trade relationship with the U.S. and Latin American countries, and its new potential for direct foreign investment. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Guatrade.doc

The Children of the Wars in El Salvador & Guatemala : This 20 page paper examines the suffering, abuse, and terror faced by children in these two countries during the countries’ civil wars. The health effects, beyond the obvious physical damages, suffered by these children are also briefly discussed. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Warkids.wps

Guatemala / The Downfall of President Arbenz : 15 pages in length.
A comprehensive look at the probable role that the C.I.A. played in causing the downfall of Guatemalan President Arbenz during the 1950's. The writer explores Guatemalan political history and the controversy that surrounded Arbenz's presidency. 7 sources are cited. Guatamel.wps

Mexico

The Farmers of the Valley of Anahuac & the Defeat by the Mexica :
The underpinnings of the Aztec Empire began with the defeats by the Mexica and the development of the Anahuac Valley, later known as the Valley of Mexico, and the integration of the Toltec people and the Aztecs into an integrated social and community structure. This 6 page paper provides a narrative view of the peasantry during the defeat by the Mexica and considers the early social, political and structural changes that occurred as a result of the initiation of the Aztec Empire. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Aztecmex.wps

Changes In Women’s Roles Under Mexican Colonialism : A 4 page paper discussing how the roles of women changed as Mexico moved into its colonial period in the early 18th century. Prior to the arrival of the Spaniards, Mexico’s society was one of informal polygamy and all worked for the good of the group to which they belonged. Soon after the arrival of the Christians, however, women had been assigned all the duties of maintaining home and family and were married to men who had absolute mental and legal control over them. Bibliography lists 5 sources. MexWome2.wps

Mexico's Educational System : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of Mexico's educational systems and a review of background in the development of their primary and secondary school programs. This paper demonstrates that their are major issues hindering reform efforts, including the more than 100 indigenous communities with different languagues and different cultures. Bilbiography lists 7 souces. Mexedu.wps

The Mexican Revolution : A 16 page research paper that gives an overview of this turbulent period in Mexican history. The writer argues that the leaders of the Mexican Revolution were just as courageous, just as idealistic and just as patriotic as the leaders of the American Revolution. Like the early U.S. leaders, they also were not in total agreement as to their vision of how their country's future should be accomplished; however, the Mexican leaders lacked the administrative skills and experience that enabled their U.S. counterparts to compromise and form an effective government. Consequently, the history of revolution in Mexico was much more turbulent than that of the U.S. and was marked by successive revolts. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Mexirev.wps

Pancho Villa / Mexican Hero : In 5 pages, the author discusses the Mexican Revolutionary hero, Pancho Villa. He was instrumental in the conflict between Mexico and the United States in the early 1900s. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Panchov.wps

Mexico & Her Political Turmoil : A 4 page report on Mexican President Zedillo and the many socio-economic problems that country had experienced under his administration (covers the fall of the Peso and more). Bibliography lists 4 sources. Latiname.wps

The Zapatista Revolution / New Years, 1994 : A 25 page paper that looks at the New Year's Day 1994 Zapatista revolution, the history leading up to the revolution, the revolutionaries, the Mexican government's response, and the U.S. response, with a look at the Zapatistas today. Bibliography lists 22 sources. Zapatist.wps

Woodrow Wilson / Intervention In Mexico : A 4 page research paper exploring Woodrow Wilson's reasons for intervening in Mexico in 1914 and again in 1916. Mexico was involved in an internal revolution during those years, which affected the economic status of the United States in Mexico. Bibliography included. Wilson.wps

Colonization Of Texas : A 4 page research report on the Colonization of Texas in 1824. At that time, Mexico wanted to prohibit the encroachment of its territories by the pioneers moving West. They offered an agreement of three conditions to any Anglos who wanted to settle there. Conflict erupted and Texas eventually gained its independence from Mexico. Bibliography included. Texas.wps

Mexican Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries / Comparison of Styles and Trends : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the basic trends in art in 19th and 20th century Mexico and considers the impact of the War of Independence on the emergence of the focus on regional art. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mexiart.wps

Luis Barragan’s Architectural Style : An 8 page essay on the life and work of Mexican architect Luis Barragan. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Barragan.wps

Mexican Culture-- Dia de los Muertos : A 5 page research paper on this traditional Mexican ceremony, Dia de los Muertos, or the "Day of the Dead," which has its roots in two cultures -- the ancient Aztec customs of Latin America, and the Spanish-Christian observance of All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and All Souls Day on Nov. 2. According to Aztec legend on the Day of the Dead, the dead are released from Mictlan -- the land of the dead -- to visit the living world and to mingle with friends and family. The writer explores the origins of this tradition and relates the various practices that are involved. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Mexcltr.wps

de la Barca's "Life in Mexico" # 2 : A 5 page paper based on an analysis of Frances Calderon de la Barca's Life in Mexico (early 19th century). The writer applies what is learned in the book to cover the life of a hypothetical Mexican criollo (Creole) during this time period. Full citation for the primary source is available. Mexico2.wps

de la Barca's Life in Mexico : A 5 page paper on this book. The writer details aspects of Mexican life in the 19th century, such as clothing styles, households, religion, food, and differences in the social classes. Mexico.wps

Miguel Leon-Portilla’s "Broken Spears" : A 7 page paper that reviews the book Broken Spears by Miguel Leon-Portilla. This paper describes the author's presentation of material in regards to the Nahaus perspectives on the Spanish conquest of Mexico. His utilization of materials from as far back as 1528 allows the reader an adequate vision of the discrepancies between the historical representation of events and the events as perceived by the indigenous people / Native Indians. No additional sources cited. Spears.wps

The Developmental Trajectories Of The Basin Of Mexico & The Mayan Lowlands : 6 pages in length. The writer discusses similarities and differences as they relate to the developmental trajectories of the basin of Mexico and the Maya Lowlands, as well as addresses Copan involvement in the Mayan collapse. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Meximay.wps

Mayan - Inca Political Structure / Religious Influence Of The Architectural Layout & Planning Of Teotihuacan : 4 pages in length. The writer discusses similarities and differences between the Mayan and Inca political structure, as well as addresses the religious influences of the architectural layout and planning of Teotihuacan. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Incamay.wps

Collapse of the Mayan Civilization : The Mayans had a strong and complex civilization from A.D. 250 to A.D. 900. At the peak of their strength, between 800 and 900 A.D., this great empire suddenly collapsed. Archeologists have debated about the causes of the collapse; with overpopulation, disease, insect plagues, peasant revolts against the ruling classes (civil wars), and climate change being among the conditions theorized as being responsible. Warfare leading to the balkanization of the culture is said to have effected the fall as well. Recently, the discovery of a major volcanic eruption has increased the probability of weather playing a large role in the collapse. Beginning around 800 A.D. the Yucatan suffered a severe 200-year drought. It is likely that a combination of all of these influences came together to bring about the fall of the Mayan Empire. This 10 page paper examines the possible causes, with an emphasis on warfare and drought. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Maycoll.wps

Training American Managers To Work In Mexico : A 16 page training manual in which the writer presents an overview of procedures and techniques for training managers of a fictitious company to work in Mexico. Some of the key concepts covered include : solution-based thinking, cultural awareness, social issues, empathy, and more. Appendix included. Bibliography lists 7 supporting sources. Trainman.wps

U.S.-Mexico Relations : A 5 page research paper on the historical conflicts and solutions between the U.S. and Mexico. The writer focuses on the Spanish American War, Mexican War, other incursions by the U.S., and upon the political and social issues behind that history. Historical review leads to an answer to the question of why the two nations never formed a union. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Usmexrel.wps

Manifest Destiny & The Mexican War : This 5 page paper defines and explores the concept of manifest destiny. The position taken is that the United States was wrong in its action to violently seize Mexican property. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Manimexi.wps

Comparison / U.S. & Mexico Politics, Judiciary : An 8 page comparison of the two countries in terms of the party system, electoral system, and the judiciary. Other information touched on includes the executive branches of government, recent changes in Mexico, and apathy in the U.S. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Umexico.doc

The Mexican Peso Crisis and Clinton's Bailout Plan : A 4 page look at the Mexican Peso crisis of the 1990's and some of the factors concerning President Bill Clinton's decision to bail Mexico out. A good overview of economic reasons for the devaluation of the Peso is provided and Clinton's plan is criticized based upon available economic research. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Peso.wps

The Mexican Peso Crisis / Did the U.S. Exhibit a Newfound Isolationism ? : In this 5 page essay, the writer examines what U.S. actions (or lack thereof) in responses to the Peso crisis might suggest about our post-Cold War foreign policy. The role of Congress, the President, and various other political factors are assessed. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Peso2.wps

The Mexican Peso Crisis / Evaluation of Problem & Possible Solutions : This comprehensive 7 page overview provides a complete economic discussion of the Peso crisis in Mexico (1990's) and some of its implications. The writer discusses Mexico's markets of change, faltering economy, and lack of stability. A number of alternatives are presented and evaluated-- with recommendations being made for the best one. The paper concludes with an overview of methods to control the Peso's value. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Pesocase.wps

Mexico’s 1995 Financial Crisis vs. Late 1990’s Financial Problems in Asia :
An 8 page paper discussing the motivations and subsequent behavior of major financial institutions in the 1994-95 financial crisis in Mexico and their response to the recent and current economic problems in Thailand, Indonesia, and Korea. Also discussed are the indicators that led to each situation and how/why the financial world should have been forewarned. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Mexasia.wps

Comparative Politics / Mexico vs. Iraq : The world is in a state of flux. Economies as diverse as Japan and Russia are in the middle of political and economic crisis and globalization has either made productivity soar or has been the death toll for different countries. This 6 page paper compares the current status of the economic, political and social development of Mexico and Iraq. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Mexicraq.wps

NAFTA : 30 pages in length. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was established as a means by which Canada, Mexico and the United States could effectively bolster their economies, their work forces and their political status. In more finite terms, it was formed to promote a climate of fair marketing, improve investment opportunities, protect industrial and intellectual property rights, as well as establish procedures for the resolution of disputes. Going in, there were a number of concerns voiced by those who did not believe the Agreement would hold to its promises even before it was implemented; others had full confidence in its ability to benefit all countries involved. Several years have passed since the treaty was executed. How has it stood the test of time? Is there a future for it and other similar agreements that are waiting in the wings? Industry analysts are divided as to whether or not NAFTA has truly lived up to what President Clinton proposed it would be, with some saying the job market did, indeed, profit from its existence, and others contending that there are more people out of work or earning lower wages than ever before. The writer discusses several key points of NAFTA. Bibliography lists 22 sources. NAFTA9.wps

NAFTA and its Benefit to the Environment : 24 pages in length. A comprehensive overview of NAFTA's inherent ability to assist developing economies and in particular, to yield environmental benefits. The writer discusses how higher standards of living and improved government enforcement resulting from NAFTA make way for a more environmentally-conscious Mexico. NAFTA's Supplemental Agreement, SEDESOL Regulations, and even the role of the E.P.A. are discussed as well. Border environmental control and various import/export issues are taken into consideration. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Naftaenv.wps

NAFTA And The Transportation & Logistics Industry : A 9 page paper on this topic. The writer explores how NAFTA has impacted the railway and trucking industries, and affected trade with Mexico. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Naftatra.wps

Mexican Immigration : A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the issues relating to illegal migration of Mexicans into the United States and also provides an overview of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Mexicimm.wps

Why The U.S. Should Have A More Protected Border With Mexico : A 20 page research paper which examines the various ramifications surrounding the issue of Mexican immigration. The writers look at the both sides of this issue before concluding that a protected border with Mexico is a regrettable, but nevertheless necessary requirement to stem the tide of illegal immigration and its resulting negative impact on the U.S. job market. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Meximmg.wps

Contrasts In Mexican & U.S. Culture : A 4 paper dealing with the cultural differences between Mexico and the United States. Deals with the importance of multiculturalism and intercultural exchanges. No bibliography. Mexus.wps

Direct Marketing Campaigns / The Likelihood Of Their Success In Mexico :
A 5 page overview of the various factors which are important to the success and or failure of proposed direct marketing campaigns in Mexico. Gives examples the most emphasized of which is in theatrical production and marketing. Bibliography list 4 sources. Mexmark.wps

Urrea's "Across The Wire" / Culture Along The Mexican - American Border : Urra’s book is the subject of this 5 page review. The essays in the book describe life in Tijuana along with the problem of poverty and the crime it attracts. No additional sources cited. Tijuana.doc

The Aztec Empire : In 6 pages the author gives a general overview of the Aztec Empire. Their beginning, how they came about, their growth, success, and eventual decline are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Aztecemp.wps

Aztec Art : An in-depth, 6 page discussion of Aztec art. Describes culture, history, and its influence in several examples from relevant periods. Bibliography cites 6 sources. Aztecart.wps

The Effects Of Oppression On The Health Of Mexican Women : A 7 page research paper that examines how the patriarchal culture of Mexican creates a climate of oppression, which contributes towards violence against Mexican woman. In turn, this violence is a contributing factor toward the frequency that Mexican women have problems with drug dependency, alcoholism and depression. No additional sources cited. Mexwomen.wps

More Central America

El Salvador : A Comprehensive Study : 10 pages on the population, economy, and political problems in the history of modern El Salvador. Plenty of statistical data is provided and cited. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Elsalvad.wps

The Murky Mystery of El Mozote : 12 pages in length. Examination of the massacre in El Salvador from a sociological perspective. Writer uses theories of Marx, Weber, and Durkheim to evaluate the issue. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Elmozote.wps

The American Invasion Of The Panama Canal (1989) : A 10 page paper that reflects upon the history of the Panama Canal leading up to the invasion, and also recognizes the implications of the invasion and treaties on the prospects for the future. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Panama.wps

Puerto Rico

Essays on Puerto Rican History / 18th - 20th Century : 11 pages worth of well-developed essays concerning : Puerto Rico's role in the Caribbean (also its similarities & differences to other regional countries), the economic importance of coffee during the 18th century, sugar & slave labor in the 19th century, the impact of becoming a U.S. territory, trade after WW I, the Chardon Plan, the P.R.R.A., and more. Bibliography lists 4 scholarly sources. Puertori.wps

Cuba & Sugar (1900-1915) : A 3 page paper discussing the various conditions which were a result of the United States’ involvement in the production of sugar within Cuba from 1900 to 1915. Cuba had been involved in the production of sugar for many years prior to 1900. The involvement of the United States in the early part of the century changed the way the sugar industry was run to a very large extent. While this was harmful in some ways, in others it was beneficial to the country that was in a state of upheaval at the time. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Cubasug.wps

The Issue of Puerto Rican Statehood : A 3 page examination of the controversy over whether or not Puerto Rico should become a state. The discussion focuses mainly upon the opinions of Puerto Rican natives-- who already enjoy the highest standard of living in Latin America. It is believed that Puerto Ricans would rather remain a commonwealth so as not to sacrifice their own prized nationality & culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Puertost.wps

The Puerto Rican Justice System : A 4 page research paper on the constitution and laws of Puerto Rico. The writer details provisions of the constitution, the application of U.S. federal law, and the nature of the civil laws. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Puertola.wps

Puerto Rican Migration & The Quest For Social Equality : Beginning with a history of reasons Puerto Ricans came to the mainland, this 15 page research paper delves into the psychology of today's new migrant and the need for empathetic social service programs. It is argued that Puerto Ricans can best be serviced by those who are of their own culture, or at least -- of their Latin-America background as it is difficult for anyone else to earn necessary trust. Suggestions and specific cultural examples are provided throughout. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Puetomi2.wps

Puerto Rican Migration / Push & Pull Factors : A 14 page examination of reasons why Puerto Ricans have flocked to the mainland U.S.A. since Puerto Rico became a territory. The early struggles endured by Puerto Ricans are described in considerable detail as are some of the system's failures in trying to advance the Puerto Rican community in America today. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Puetomig.wps

Puerto Ricans on the Mainland : A 10 page paper focusing on this topic. THe writer looks at the impact on the US of Puerto Rican migration, and examines how this ethnic group has assimilated into the culture. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Pr.wps

U.S./ Puerto Rico Relations : A 5 page paper that discusses how Puerto Rico is an iconoclastic synthesis of two governments--the imposed U.S. government and the remnants of the Spanish commonwealth that were in effect at the time the U.S. assumed control of the island in 1898. The paper explores these issues in light of legislative and judiciary branches, and by differentiating taxation and entitlements between Puerto Rican citizens and U.S. citizens. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Puerto.doc

Puerto Ricans & The Continuance of Inner-City Dwelling : This 9 page research paper looks at the socioeconomic reasons why Puerto-Ricans first chose their mainland homes in large U.S. cities like New York and continue to live there today despite suburban sprawl and the ability to move elsewhere. Social, cultural, and even psychological reasons are provided from an historic perspective. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Puetimi3.wps

Industrialization and Puerto Rico : A 7 page research paper in which the writer provides a factual account of the industrialization of Puerto Rico and its affects on lifestyle, food availability, economics and politics. This paper focus on the current status of Puerto Rico as a developing nation and reflects on Puerto Rico's conflict over its desire for independent nation-statehood. Bibliography lists 10+ sources. Indpuert.wps

South America

El Nino – Problems & Impact : A 5 page paper discussing the weather phenomenon known as "El Nino." The paper outlines what causes it to happen and its far-reaching impact. Bibliography lists six sources. Elnino.wps

El Nino: In 5 pages the author discusses the scientific topic of the weather phenomenon known as El Nino as discussed in 5 articles dated in 1998, with a comparison made of the views. "Weather anomaly has its darker side. The weather phenomenon of El Nino has caused much concern all over the world. Predictions have been made about it. El Nino has been ridiculed and laughed at. This weather phenomenon has been studied for years to determine what makes it work, what makes it recur, and how it affects the activity of human beings." Bibliography lists 5 sources. Elnino2.wps

Effects of El Nino On The Agricultural Production of South America : This 8 -page paper looks at the problems being caused by the weather phenomenon known as El Nino on crop production throughout South America. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Elnino.wps

The Black Market & Its Role In Argentina : A 12 page examination of the black market in Argentina, its relationship to the stability of the economy and currency, and the phenomena of supply and demand. Bibliography lists nine sources. Blakcm.wps

The Foreign Exchange Black Market In Argentina : A 10 page paper relating some of the extent of the currency black market. Black market activities in Argentina have been habitual since the 1600s, and in today’s economy the black marketers have found that their most logistically sound and most profitable enterprise is that of foreign exchange. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Argent.wps

Argentina's Democracy : A 10 page paper that considers the elements that have led to Argentina's pursuit of democracy and focuses on recent political situtions in that country. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Argentina.doc

Evaluating Argentina As A Commercial Market : A 10 page paper discussing the evaluation of Buenos Aires as an acceptable and profitable site for air pollution control devices. Argentina has no real historical data available and is unsure even of the source of its primary air pollution problems, but automobile use is suspected. No commercial device can reduce that type of air pollution, but the paper suggests that the company can still act as consultant to Argentina for the purposes of determining their present and future needs as well as providing data collection and analysis services. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Airarg.wps

Historical Roots of the Drug Trade in South America : An 11 page essay that traces the South American drug trade to its historical roots and economic origins. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Drugsoam.wps

Sexual Behaviors of the Amazon People : An in-depth 5 page review of Thomas Gregor's book entitled "Anxious Pleasures : Sex Lives of an Amazonian People. Practices, myths, and various aspects are explored in great detail. Amazonsx.wps

Victor Jara – Chilean Singer and Martyr : This 5 page report discusses the coup that occurred in Chile in the autumn of 1973. Victor Jara was a popular singer who was tortured and murdered along with thousands of other innocents. This paper gives an overview of the events leading to his death and the death of thousands of other artists, intellectuals and political dissidents. Bibliography lists 5 sources. BWjara.rtf

Legalism And Dependency Theory / Applying Social Theory To Chile’s Pinochet : This 3 page paper considers the events surrounding the arrest of ex-Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and the request by the Spanish government for extradition as it can be explained through the application of particular paradigms, including formal legalism and dependency theory. No bibliography. Legalide.wps

Chile / Her History and Economic Growth: A 9 page paper that discusses the history, economic basis and current economic trends in Chile. This paper utilizes a number of current resources to consider the economic stability of this country, especially in comparison with a number of other Latin American countries, and determines that Chile's economic stability is its strong point. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Chileeco.wps

Chile’s Readiness for World Trade: A 7 page research paper on Chile’s society, economy and recent governmental history, in which they moved from parliamentary government, to socialism, to military control, to democracy, and all within a period of less than 20 years. Other countries would have dissolved into civil war with such extreme swings in policies, but Chile’s response has been to show an annual economic growth of 7% in each of the last 10 years, following market adjustments after the military government reversed many of socialist Allende’s programs Though Chile is in line to join the NAFTA accords, Washington politics is preventing the active participation. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Chile.wps

Effects of the South American Economy : This 11 page paper focuses on the economic ramifications of South America’s woes, with an emphasis on the problems which have surfaced in Brazil. A look at how their economy affects American consumerism is stressed.Bibliography lists 8 sources. SA3SAEco.wps

Export Promotion -- Comparing the Success Rate in Chile and Costa Rica :
A 4 page essay comparing the successes and failures of import substitution industrialization and export promotion manufacturing programs instituted in Chile and Costa Rica in the 1980’s, with Costa Rica as the pilot program. Their successes have taken different paths, not all of which have been expected, but they have both experienced successes, nonetheless. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Costaes.wps

Chile Vs. Argentina : A 3 page general overview and sociopolitical examination of the severity of territorial disputes in Latin America between Chile and Argentina. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Chilearg.wps

Political and Economic Histories of Chile and Argentina : An 8 page examination of the political history of Chile and Argentinia with an overview of how political status correlated with economic status. Bibliography includes three sources. Charg.wps

Chile’s Augusto Pinochet : 7 page review of Jacobo Timerman's Chile: "Death in the South," a sociopolitical book about the reign of Augusto Pinochet Ugarte (dictator from Chile). Bibliography lists one additional source to support writer's assertions. Chilebok.wps

Relations Between Colombia & the US: A 4 page paper discussing the effects of US involvement in the internal politics of Colombia. Colombia receives more US aid than any other country in the hemisphere, even though the Colombian government carries the worst human rights record in the Americas. Most of the aid is designated for anti-drug activity, but too much evidence consistently points to US military involvement in preserving a corrupt Colombian government. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Columus.wps

Colombia, A Nation of Contrasts : A 5 page research paper on the country of Colombia which gives brief details on its history, geography, exports, government and economy. The writer demonstrates how Colombia’s history plays a part in its current problems and discusses the impact that the current guerrilla insurgency will have on the Colombian economy. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Colonat.wps

Colombian Drug Lords / Persistence and Political Importance : In this well-written 30 page paper, the writer examines Columbian 20th century political history and the import role that the drug trade has played in it. The writer posits that although Colombia's economy seemingly improved and is "the best performing in Latin America," it is still drug-dependent and that dependency seems largely intermingled with the country's political system. Bibliography lists 25+ sources. Columbdr.wps drug trafficking

The Impact of Drug Trafficking on Colombian Economy : A 12 page research paper on how the drug trade itself and how Colombia's reputation as a drug trafficking center have impacted the country’s Colombian economy. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Traffcol.wps

Putting A Stop To Drug Trafficking In Colombia : An 8 page paper discussing the complex issues surrounding the proliferation of drugs coming from Colombia. The writer concludes that rather than demand that Colombia fix a problem they obviously are incapable of fixing, it would be better for the entire global community to help them structure a plan of action and hold them to it. Bibliography lists six sources. Colo.wps

Ecuador / A Country Study : This 8 page paper briefly examines the unique world of Ecuador. From its earliest recorded era, through Spanish colonialism, and into the present day, Ecuador remains a unique and fascinating country. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ecuador.wps

Politics in Paraguay / Alfredo Stroessner's Rise To Power : A comprehensive, 10 page discussion of Stroessner's rise to power and the political factors surrounding his ability to do so. Tactics used to maintain his office and remain leader of this Latin American country are of particular importance to the discussion. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Paraguay.wps

Uruguay : A 5 page overview of the Uruguay situation, which includes a look at demographics and how those are affecting not only the current economic situation, but the decisions surrounding the situation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Uruguay.wps

Ecuador / A Country Study : This 8 page paper briefly examines the unique world of Ecuador. From its earliest recorded era, through Spanish colonialism, and into the present day, Ecuador remains a unique and fascinating country. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ecuador.wps

Peru / A Country Study : A 10 page research paper exploring the history, government, economy, education, health, and nutritional status of Peru. Great improvements have been made in the country since 1990, however, due to the fact that nearly half the population live in poverty Peru is a long way from being a nation with equal access to its benefits. Politically, it is also a long way from being a democracy since its president appoints so many members of the governmental structure. Bibliography is included. Peru.wps

Cooking Peruvian Style : This 7 page paper discusses ingredients commonly used to create authentic Peruvian fare. Availability of ingredients, particularly to create ceviche dishes, is highlighted. Also addressed are health concerns regarding the consumption of raw fish. Recommendations by scientists are noted. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Peruvi.wps

South-American Native Tribes : A 10 page research paper discussing the history, culture, anthropology, and social evolution of three groups of Native Indians : The Yanomamo (regarded as one of the most violent societies on Earth !), the Zapotecs (known for architecture & urban development), and the Yucatecs (relevant to Mayans) Bibliography lists 7 sources. Zapotec.wps

Capital Budgeting for the Project Manager : A 6 page research paper on the use and contents of a capital budget in the context of managing a project. The writer details the development and uses of a capital budget, its contents, and its theory. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Capbudg.wps

Competition Factors and Risk Management : A 14 page research paper evaluating two common, but fairly new, business risk factors: sustained slow economic growth and increased (intensive) competition. These two factors affect nearly every industry in the industrialized nations today, but the focus in this paper is only on their effects on the overall retaiwl industry in the United States. Economic growth is only briefly discussed, and only in its relationship to increased competition. The paper tells the tale of two companies, Toys R Us and Specs Music Corporation, and the consequences they face today for not having performed their risk management duties well in the past, and for not evaluating the impact of changing external factors on their company’s performance. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Riskmgt.wps

Venezuela’s Oil Industry : This 8 page research paper explores the rise of the oil industry in Venezuela and its significant impact on the country. Many other industries have flourished because of it, e.g., construction. Despite some problems managing the money in the beginning stages of their oil industry, Venezuela has seen a significant improvement in its infrastructure and public services. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Venez.wps

American Imperialism In South America, Post 1945 : A 3 page paper that discusses the impacts and reasons behind US imperialism in South America after the end of World War II. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Amersa.wps

Nicaraguan Influence on the United States : A 9 page research paper that examines the relationship between these two counties. The writer argues that the history of Nicaragua and that of the United States has long been intertwined. The U.S. has felt that an interest in Nicaragua was crucial to its national interest and security since the middle of the nineteenth century. However, no relationship works in only one direction. Just as the United States has influenced the course of historical development in Nicaragua, this involvement has necessarily involved a Nicaraguan influence in U.S. culture. This influence has largely manifested itself in much the same way that U.S. involvement in Vietnam caused a corresponding dissention movement that had a great influence on the political and cultural atmosphere within the United States. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Nicinf.wps

Haiti / More Caribbean

Grenada / Significance : A 6 page research paper in which the writer provides an overview of the historical background and strategic significance of the Caribbean, and, specifically in regards to the island of Grenada which was the focus of a U.S. invasion in 1983. The writer demonstrates how the island was briefly the focus of a Cold War struggle which involved the former Soviet Union, Cuba and U.S. forces. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Grenada.wps

Caribbean Islands and Islands of the Indian Ocean: An 8 page paper comparing these two areas. The writer describes and compares the culture, environment and society of each. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Caribisl.wps

Ethnic Slave Rebellions In The Caribbean & Bahia : A 7 page comparative review of two journal articles on Colonial slavery in the Caribbean & Bahia, treatment of the enslaved, measures to combat slave resistance, ethic slave revolts, etc.; The writer is extremely informative, analytical, and pays great attention to detail. No Bibliography. Slavarti.wps

H. Hoetink and "Two Variants in Caribbean Race Relations" : A 5 page paper in which the writer provides an overview of Hoetink's book and relates the context of the book to Hoetink's obvious knowledge and understanding of sociological issues in the Caribbean. Issues concerning the region and the specific sociological implications of these issues within the context modern history are examined. No additional sources listed. Hoetin.wps

Slavery / U.S. vs. Caribbean : An 8 page paper that explores the issue of whether slaves lived under "better" conditions in either of these countries. The paper shows that the conditions of the slaves was similar during the years of slavery, and discusses the current debate on the socioeconomic impacts of slavery in the two areas (U.S./British colonies). The paper posits that the difference between the two regimes is that in the United States the freed slaves have educational and economic opportunities not available in the Caribbean. The paper relies heavily on the experiences of two Black journalists in support of the argument. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Compslav.wps

U.S. Foreign Policy & The Caribbean : 5 pages critically analyzing U.S. policy in Central America. Reflecting upon two books cited in the bibliography, the writer finds that mistakes in foreign policy mainly arise from a general lack of agreement among decision makers. "Evidently, the Central American situation is a reflection, then, of disagreements that came into being during the War in Vietnam." Forepoli.wps

The Haitian and American Revolutions : A 4 page research paper on comparing the Haitian and American Revolutions. The writer details the general history of the Haitian revolt, including its slave basis and the leadership of Toussaint-Louverture, and distinguishes it from the makeup of the American Revolution. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Haitirev.wps

The Simmering Melting Pot / Haitians & Cubans In the U.S.A. : A 6 page paper on the Cuban and Haitian boat people. The writer focuses on the plight of the Marielitos -- Cuban refugees who braved the treacherous waters of the Gulf in an attempt to reach America, where, they hope, they will be able to seek asylum from the oppression of their native land. Detailing the history of the first Marielitos, the paper then goes on to describe the different situation encountered by the "new Marielitos" and the problems they encounter in trying to assimilate into American society; a society that frequently wishes they would be returned to Cuba. Similar information is also examined with regard to Haitian refugees and their own unique problems in assimilating to American culture. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Melting2.wps

Poverty & Socioeconomic Struggle in Haiti and Barbados : 8 pages excellently detailing poverty and social problems in Haiti and Barbados. Focuses on the hypocrisy of our own country (U.S.A.) and the government's failure to be of any genuine assistance. The C.I.A, drug money, and Aristide are frequently-mentioned items in this insightful essay. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Haitibar.wps

Problems in the Caribbean / Documentary Reviews : Totals 4 pages in length. Brief reviews of two documentary films : "Drugs and Haiti" and "Racism and Cuba." No Bibliography. (latimamer studies) Haitcuba.wps

Haiti & The Duvalier Regime : 3 pages in length. Notes on the first Duvalier regime in Haiti. Also includes discussion of other Haitian leaders and their political activity. No Bibliography. Haitiduv.wps

(Notes on) Haiti's Modern History : 8 pages worth of notes on Haiti's history from 1843-1973. Not yet organized into report format. No Bibliography. Haitiinf.wps

U.S. Involvement in Haiti : A comprehensive 10 page discussion of the U.S. involvement in Haiti during the early 20th century (1920's & 30's). Examined are the reasons we were there, the impact we had, and the way Haitian nationals viewed our bgpresence. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Haiti.wps

The Influence Of African Art in Haiti : A 10 page paper that describes the influences of African art on Haiti and looks at some early Haitian artists and considers the role of their African heritage in the development of their craft. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Arihaiti.wps

The Culture of Martinique : A 10 page paper discussing Martinique, a "department" of France and one of the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean. It’s history and development, its "creolization," as well as its own efforts toward independence have created a unique and often over-looked culture in the Caribbean. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Nique.wps

The Music of St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands : 5 pages in length. Calypso is the sound of St. Croix -- political, soul-rending, lively calypso. But a debate rages in the islands as to whether "new" calypso, also known as "soca," is the wave of the musical future or just another dance trend. No Bibliography. Stcroix.wps

Social, Cultural, and Economic Impact of Quasi-Government Institutions, Expatriate Hotel Management Groups, & "Port of Call" Destinations in the Caribbean : This 6 page report discusses a variety of issues as they relate to the tourism industry and local economies of the Caribbean. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Caribb2.wps

Marketing Sunscreen In The Caribbean Common Market : A 10 page analysis of the market climate in Jamaica and the Bahamas for the introduction of a high-end sunscreen product. The tourist trade in the entire area is growing, and both countries are attracting visitors from areas that were formerly uncommon for the islands of the Caribbean, such as of the Western European nations of Great Britain and Germany. Aside from increased sales and increased exposure, the benefit of taking the product international via entry into the Caribbean market is the same growing numbers of Western European tourists and the likelihood of those tourists wanting our products available through other outlets closer to them. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Sunscre.wps

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