Posts Tagged: Venezuela

Shumow, Moses. “A Foot in Both Worlds: Transnationalism and Media Use Among Venezuelan Immigrants in South Florida” International Journal of Communication [Online], Volume 4(25 March 2010)

The research study, A Foot in Both Worlds: Transnationalism and Media Use Among Venezuelan Immigrants in South Florida, by Moses Shumow addresses issues concerning the Venezuelan immigrant community in the United States and mass media content which allows Venezuelan immigrants

Shumow, Moses. “A Foot in Both Worlds: Transnationalism and Media Use Among Venezuelan Immigrants in South Florida” International Journal of Communication [Online], Volume 4(25 March 2010)

The research study, A Foot in Both Worlds: Transnationalism and Media Use Among Venezuelan Immigrants in South Florida, by Moses Shumow addresses issues concerning the Venezuelan immigrant community in the United States and mass media content which allows Venezuelan immigrants

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

Vivas, Leonardo. “Latin America: A Backlash in Human Rights?” Harvard International Review 36, no. 2 (2014): 17-21. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43649263.

This journal article, published in the Harvard International Review, written by Leonardo Vivas, a lecturer on Latin America in the Global Studies and International Relations Program at Northeastern University, discusses the progressions of democracy in Latin America, the challenges that

Vivas, Leonardo. “Latin America: A Backlash in Human Rights?” Harvard International Review 36, no. 2 (2014): 17-21. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43649263.

This journal article, published in the Harvard International Review, written by Leonardo Vivas, a lecturer on Latin America in the Global Studies and International Relations Program at Northeastern University, discusses the progressions of democracy in Latin America, the challenges that

Bean, Anderson M. “Venezuela, Human Rights and Participatory Democracy.” Critical Sociology 42:6 (2016): 827-843.

The author in this article uses the history of human rights in Venezuela through grassroots organizing and participatory democracy over the past few decades to analyze how human rights should move forward in the Global South. One of Bean’s main

Bean, Anderson M. “Venezuela, Human Rights and Participatory Democracy.” Critical Sociology 42:6 (2016): 827-843.

The author in this article uses the history of human rights in Venezuela through grassroots organizing and participatory democracy over the past few decades to analyze how human rights should move forward in the Global South. One of Bean’s main

Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E. “The Right to Food Under Hugo Chávez.” Human Rights Quarterly. 37, no. 4 (2015): 1028

            Nicolas Maduro has enabled a weaponization of hunger to happen in Venezuela by implementing restrictive social policies that have allowed his regime to operate a state-orchestrated monopoly on food. While founded in the best of intentions, price controls were

Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E. “The Right to Food Under Hugo Chávez.” Human Rights Quarterly. 37, no. 4 (2015): 1028

            Nicolas Maduro has enabled a weaponization of hunger to happen in Venezuela by implementing restrictive social policies that have allowed his regime to operate a state-orchestrated monopoly on food. While founded in the best of intentions, price controls were

Venezuela: Resistencia Contra el Gobierno

As residents of the United Sates, we often take certain services for granted. This includes access to basic shelter, food, and healthcare. In addition, we are believed to be protected under our constitution. This is not always the case in

Venezuela: Resistencia Contra el Gobierno

As residents of the United Sates, we often take certain services for granted. This includes access to basic shelter, food, and healthcare. In addition, we are believed to be protected under our constitution. This is not always the case in