CLASS 1 Population & Geographical Setting

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    What is behind the term Latin? The original purpose of using the term “Latin” was during the French occupation of Mexico in (1862-1867).
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    What is the word Caribbean? A region that belongs to Cannibals. The Caribs were believed to be aggressive cannibals .
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    Languages Spoken in Latin America Aymara Quechua Several Mayan languages such as Tzotil, Quiche Guarani Nahuatl Creole Patois Papiamento Spanish Portuguese English French
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    WHY STUDY LATIN AMERICA? OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE WORLD  THROUGH THE EYES OF “THE 
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Unformatted text preview: OTHER SELF-INTEREST SINCE THERE ARE MANY LINKAGES BETWEEN THE U.S. AND LATIN AMERICA LINKAGES BETWEEN THE US AND LATIN AMERICA GEOPOLITICS AND THE UNITED STATES: CORPORATIONS LABOR FORCE TOURISM MILITARY IMMIGRATION HOW ARE WE GOING TO STUDY LATIN AMERICA ? ANALYZING SOCIETY: THE THREE-FLOOR APPROACH SURVIVAL (ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL) ORGANIZATION (POLITICAL) VALUES AND BELIEFS (CULTURAL)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course ABIO 365 taught by Professor Brutsaert during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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