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Nostrand, Richard L. – 1983
Two strikingly contrasting culture groups, Latin Americans and Anglo Americans, overlap in a Borderlands that straddles the international boundary between the United States and Mexico. This overlap began with the Aztec conquest by Cortes which triggered the intermixing and miscegenation between Spaniards and Indians that produced a mestizo people…
Descriptors: Anglo Americans, Cultural Context, Cultural Exchange, Cultural Interrelationships
Moore, Audrey-Marie Schuh – 2002
Economic liberalization and the rise of global competition have increased the importance of agricultural, technical, and business skills for small farmers in Brazil. However, many rural farmers are unable to attend agricultural technical schools due to low educational attainment. The first section of this paper discusses the impact that…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Active Learning, Adolescents, Child Labor