Cultural diversity

Cultural diversity
• Even if we usually study only some States
that existed before the different
proceses of conquest and colonization,
we should consider the enormous
indigenous complexity and diversity.
• According to the cultural materialistic
theories, which focus in the influence of
the environment in the society, we can
difference at least 16 cultural areas.
• Every area at the same time includes
some different cultures and communities.
A STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONALIST PROPOSAL
• Band: Egalitarian society

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  1. What are the argument for and against the relevance of exchange rate risks

- Exchange rates are very volatile.

- The dollar value of an MNC’s future payables or receivables in a foreign currency can change substantially in response to exchange rate movements

  • Investor Hedge Argument
  • Currency Diversification Argument
  • Stakeholder Diversification Argument
  1. List and explain the forms of exchange rate exposure.
  • Transaction exposure: sensitivity of the firm’s contractual transactions in foreign currencies
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Summary: Chapter 14

When Oliver next enters the housekeeper’s room, he notices that the portrait of the lady whom he resembles is gone. Mrs. Bedwin says that Brownlow removed it because it seemed to worry Oliver. One day, Brownlow sends for Oliver to meet him in his study. Assuming that Brownlow means to send him away, Oliver begs to remain as a servant. Brownlow assures Oliver that he wishes to be Oliver’s friend. He asks Oliver to tell him his history. Before Oliver can begin, Brownlow’s

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death of a salesman

Willy Loman is a salesman living in New York City in the late 1940′s. He lives with his wife, Linda, in the same house for the last twenty-five years. The house once sat apart from other homes, now it is surrounded by apartment buildings, which makes Willy feel closed in. - Willy is having trouble concentrating on driving and often makes mistakes such as crossing the white line, driving off the road, and running red lights, while stopping for green lights. He has begun to talk to himself more and

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4.- Briefly explain the different phases of emigration in Galicia (PARTE 1)

  • Between 1860 and 1936 the destination of emigration was Cuba, Argentina and Brazil. It is estimated that at this stage more than half a million people left Galicia. This emigration was mostly male, the most common age range among those who emigrated was 15 to 25.

  • After the Civil War emigration was led by those who left for political reasons, the exiles. These exiles emigrated to Europe, mainly France, Russia and Latin America.

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When 1offenders break the law and are caught, they expect to be punished. Depending on the seriousness of the crime that they have been 2 charged with, this punishment may mean that they have to spend time 3 behind bars. But, once their prison time has finished and they are allowed to leave their 4 cells and return to the outside world, it’s vital that they’re given help to 5 go straight and become valuable members of society.

One way to do this is to help them find work, but this isn’t always easy.

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UNIT 1. LANGUAGE AS COMMUNICATION: SPOKEN AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE. ELEMENTS DEFINING A COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION: SENDER, RECEIVER, FUNCTIONALITY AND CONTEXT.

  1. INTRODUCTION

  2. LANGUAGE AS COMMUNICATION

    1. Language definitions

    2. Communication definition.

    3. Communicative competence

  1. SPOKEN AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE

    1. Historical attitudes

    2. Differences between writing and speech

  1. FACTORS IN A COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION: SENDER, RECIEVER, FUNCIONALLITY AND CONTEXT.

    1. Communication process

    2. Key factors

    3. Language functions 

    4. Context

  2. CONCLUSION

  3. BIBLIOGRAPHY

1.

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Final

Part 1: World War 1
Causes of WW1
Militarism: Germany was competing with the Uk to rebuild battleships. The British feared an attack on their empire. Germany was competing with Russia to expand their armies. 
Alliances: all major powers were linked by a system of alliances. The alliances made it more likely that a war would start. Once started, the alliances made it more likely to spread. 
Imperialism: all great powers were competing for colonies/territories. The British forced Germany in Africa.
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Administrative Law
Administrative law consists of complaints respecting government action that adversely affects an individual. Thus, administrative law involves determining the legality of government actions. There is a two-fold analysis: the legality of the specific law itself and the legality of particular acts purportedly authorized by the specific law.
Governments cannot perform any act by itself. Governments act through government officials who must act within certain limitations. A governments

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VOLLEYBALL

General questions: Voley is a team sport where there are 2 teams with 12 players each, 6 on the court and 6 on the substitution bench.

Both teams play in separated courts. The court is divided by a net.

Until 1960 the sport had different rules for girls and boys, for example the ball would bounce once on the floor, but not now. Actually the only difference between men and women is the high of the net: men – 2´44m / women – 2´24m.

Objective: The objective of the game is to legally return

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