As I stated at the beginning of this narration, I wanted to analyze the possible reasons why I’m living in Poland. I think identification with the target country is paramount for a healthy immigration. I’m not here for economic reasons… Continue Reading
This is an article already published in my blog, which deals with the definition of malnutrition and its link to global capitalism and consumer society. If you want to read the article, please click on the following link: Malnutrition, economy… Continue Reading
I’d like to speculate about the causes of the Polish and Argentine mindsets. From simple observations, I’d like to derive a general theory of the Argentine and Polish characters. To start with, we need to be tolerant towards generalizations. Although… Continue Reading
Once, in Argentina, a land of hidden dinosaurs and unexploited natural wealth, there was a young boy who traveled a hundred kilometers to visit his grandfather almost every summer. His grandfather lived alone in a big house in the countryside… Continue Reading
One of the best earlier answers to this question came from Dell Hymes, who in his introduction to Toward ethnographies of communication said that formalization should be a “preparation of better means to anthro-pological ends” (Hymes 1964:1). This idea was… Continue Reading
The innumerous men and women that were snatched from Africa for over a period of four hundred years brought along with them their culture and tried to found a creative outlet for their feelings and beliefs as a way to… Continue Reading
When I do a good deed I cherish the idea that life is fair and will reward me, but when I don’t behave as well as I could, I’m comforted by the knowledge that life is intrinsically unfair.