Issues in the Spanish-Speaking World
by Janice W. Randle
July 2003, 296pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Greenwood

Hardcover: 978-0-313-31974-7
$63, £49, 55€, A87
eBook Available: 978-0-313-09128-5
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Students in Spanish classes will be challenged to think and write critically, and to debate major issues in the Spanish-speaking world.

Spanish language classes now have a reference source to encourage critical thinking and debate important, current topics in Spain, Mexico, and the rest of Latin and South America. Issues in the Spanish-Speaking World offers 14 original and engaging chapters, each introducing a major issue in the headlines and providing pro and con positions for student debate, papers, and class presentations.

Highlights include the Basque question, indigenous rights, the Christopher Columbus controversy, bullfighting, and the war on drugs in Colombia. Each chapter concludes with a Resource Guide and useful vocabulary to facilitate expression in Spanish.

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