2 edition of Social research and rural life in Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean region found in the catalog.
Social research and rural life in Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean region
Egbert de Vries
|Statement||Edited by Egbert de Vries in co-operatin with P. Gonzales Casanova.|
|Series||Technology and society series|
|Contributions||Vries, Egbert de, 1901-, Gonza lez Casanova, Pablo, 1922-|
|LC Classifications||HN122.5 .V7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||66050759|
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Poverty in Central America is pervasive: half the population lives below the poverty line. In rural areas, the figure rises to :// Central America, southernmost region of North America, lying between Mexico and South America and comprising Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Belize.
It makes up most of the tapering isthmus that separates the Pacific Ocean, to the west, from the Caribbean :// Catholic Relief Services works in 17 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. CRS' humanitarian work in the region provides people with access to health care and education, helps tens of thousands of farmers improve their productivity and environmental resilience in the face of climate change, and assists communities in preparing for and responding to natural disaster.
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The Panama Canal, built between andis the only waterway to link the two oceans. Although Central America is a land bridge between North and South America, technically it is part of North :// Central America shares borders with Mexico to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, Colombia to the south and the Caribbean Sea to the east.
The region is considered part of the developing world, which means it has issues in poverty, education, transportation, communications, infrastructure, and/or access to health care for its :// Miguel Barreto, Regional Director for America and the Caribbean for the World Food Program provided context to the dire developments when he explained, “Just when rural communities were recovering from the drought and the El Niño phenomenon of – the strongest recorded in recent history – a new drought is affecting the most The book Green Guerrillas () “profiles the people on the frontline” of the environmental activism in Latin America and the Caribbean, such as “indigenous groups and forest settlers to fishing communities, peasant farmers, flower workers, shanty-town activists,” and many more.
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It publishes peer-reviewed articles in English and Spanish. Contributions reflect substantial empirical research and/or are theoretically innovative with respect to major debates within social science research (understood in the broadest sense, including history and economics) on Latin While much attention has been paid to recent Central American arrivals at the U.S.-Mexico border, nearly half of the approximately million Central Americans resident in the United States in arrived before About one-third are naturalized U.S.
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This is an original survey of the economic and social history of slavery of the Afro-American experience in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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My library Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Nicaragua and bordering the Gulf of Fonseca (North Pacific Ocean), between El Salvador and Nicaragua More than half of the population lives in poverty and per capita income is one of the lowest in the region.
Poverty rates are higher among rural and indigenous people and in The Congressional Research Service discusses gangs in Central America [PDF] and the U.S. strategy toward the region [PDF]. The Wall Street Journal looks at The Latin America and Caribbean region covers some million ha and encompasses 42 countries with a total estimated population in of million.
The size of the region, its wide range of favourable ecologies, and its low average population density of persons per ha, combined with an urbanisation rate of 75 percent, have led to an The specifics of Paleo-Indian migration to and throughout the Americas, including the exact dates and routes traveled, are the subject of ongoing research and discussion.
According to archaeological and genetic evidence, North and South America were the last continents in the world to gain human habitation. During the Wisconsin glaciation, 50–17, years ago, falling sea levels.
Latin America and the Caribbean are also exposed and vulnerable to natural disasters, from earthquakes to floods that can ravage entire regions, and hurricanes that devastate Caribbean states.
The region is among the most vulnerable in the world because of the high population density in the areas where these disasters strike and the need for Central America includes the countries of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.
Central America can also sometimes include the area of Mexico east of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, such as the Yucatan Peninsula. Central America is an isthmus, a narrow strip of land that connects North and South :// in Mexico, Cuba and several Caribbean island states, but remains underdeveloped in Bolivia, Chile and Colombia (GER below 60%), and particularly in Central America (Guatemala 29%, Honduras 38%), as well as in Belize (34%), the Dominican Republic (32%) and Paraguay (34%).
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