Category Archives: Annotated Bibliography

Padilla, Pingel, Renda, Reyes, and Fiereck. “Gender, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Global Public Health 5, no. 3 (2010): 213-20.

Padilla, et al. in the article Gender, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean, as the title suggests, discusses various problems concerning these contemporary public issues and their connections to potential human rights violations. They analyze

Padilla, Pingel, Renda, Reyes, and Fiereck. “Gender, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean.” Global Public Health 5, no. 3 (2010): 213-20.

Padilla, et al. in the article Gender, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean, as the title suggests, discusses various problems concerning these contemporary public issues and their connections to potential human rights violations. They analyze

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

I chose this image as it represents the collective action takes by Argentinian society. The posters “together” and “together we can” and encapsulates the author’s argument that polarization and ideological differences can be suspended by universal beliefs.

Luengo, María. “Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in Argentina.” Media, Culture & Society 40, no. 3 (2018): 397-414.

I chose this image as it represents the collective action takes by Argentinian society. The posters “together” and “together we can” and encapsulates the author’s argument that polarization and ideological differences can be suspended by universal beliefs.

Cristóbal Kay, “The Agrarian Question and the Neoliberal Rural Transformation in Latin America,” European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies / Revista Europea De Estudios Latinoamericanos Y Del Caribe, no. 100 (2015): 73-83. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43673539.

In the article, Kay sets out to analyze the questions that have surfaced as agrarian policies have shifted across Latin America.  Latin America has largely experienced an agricultural revolution due to the influx of neoliberal policies throughout the region. The

Cristóbal Kay, “The Agrarian Question and the Neoliberal Rural Transformation in Latin America,” European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies / Revista Europea De Estudios Latinoamericanos Y Del Caribe, no. 100 (2015): 73-83. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43673539.

In the article, Kay sets out to analyze the questions that have surfaced as agrarian policies have shifted across Latin America.  Latin America has largely experienced an agricultural revolution due to the influx of neoliberal policies throughout the region. The

Malta, M. and Beyrer, C. “The HIV epidemic and human rights violations in Brazil.” Journal of the International AIDS Society. Vol. 16. Issue 1. (2013).

In the 1990s, the nation took a more accepting approach to handling the health crisis, which has resulted in lowered mortality rates and less intense stigmatization of marginalized groups such as the queer community and drug users. However, recent administrations

Malta, M. and Beyrer, C. “The HIV epidemic and human rights violations in Brazil.” Journal of the International AIDS Society. Vol. 16. Issue 1. (2013).

In the 1990s, the nation took a more accepting approach to handling the health crisis, which has resulted in lowered mortality rates and less intense stigmatization of marginalized groups such as the queer community and drug users. However, recent administrations

Shipley, Tyler. “The New Canadian Imperialism and the Military Coup in Honduras.” Latin American Perspectives 40, no. 5 (2013): 44-61.

This article explores the human rights problems in Honduras, through the lens of Canadian imperialism. It covers the problems being faced in Honduras, from natural resource competition to violation of human rights, leading to the military coup and Canadian intervention,

Shipley, Tyler. “The New Canadian Imperialism and the Military Coup in Honduras.” Latin American Perspectives 40, no. 5 (2013): 44-61.

This article explores the human rights problems in Honduras, through the lens of Canadian imperialism. It covers the problems being faced in Honduras, from natural resource competition to violation of human rights, leading to the military coup and Canadian intervention,

Sutton, B., & Norgaard, K. (2013). Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States. Sociological Forum, 28(3), 495-524.

The article “Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States” discusses the sociological tendencies that cause citizens to ignore human rights violations in their country. The study conducted in this article

Sutton, B., & Norgaard, K. (2013). Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States. Sociological Forum, 28(3), 495-524.

The article “Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States” discusses the sociological tendencies that cause citizens to ignore human rights violations in their country. The study conducted in this article

Vranes, K, Czuchlewski K. “Integrating complexity of social systems in natural hazards planning: An example from Caracas, Venezuela”. (2003). Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 84(6), 55-56.

According to the authors, with the help of geologist and Columbia University New York Graduate School of Architecture, (Planning and Preservation- in their urban planning and design group) describe a case study involving infrastructure in Caracas, Venezuela. Caracas, built on

Vranes, K, Czuchlewski K. “Integrating complexity of social systems in natural hazards planning: An example from Caracas, Venezuela”. (2003). Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 84(6), 55-56.

According to the authors, with the help of geologist and Columbia University New York Graduate School of Architecture, (Planning and Preservation- in their urban planning and design group) describe a case study involving infrastructure in Caracas, Venezuela. Caracas, built on