8 edition of The Dominican Republic, a Caribbean crucible found in the catalog.
|Statement||Howard J. Wiarda, Michael J. Kryzanek.|
|Series||Nations of contemporary Latin America|
|Contributions||Kryzanek, Michael J.|
|LC Classifications||F1934 .W49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|ISBN 10||0891589775, 0865313334|
|LC Control Number||81016421|
Frances Robles covers the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Puerto Rico for the Miami Herald. She recently published an intriguing story as part . The Dominican Republic is the second-largest and most diverse Caribbean country, and situated just two hours south of Miami. Known for its warm and hospitable people, the Dominican Republic is a destination like no other, featuring astounding nature, intriguing history and rich culture.
The culture of the Dominican Republic, like its Caribbean neighbors, is a blend of the cultures of the European settlers, African slaves and settlers, and Taíno natives. Spanish is the official language. Other languages, such as English, French, German, Italian, and Chinese are also spoken to varying degrees. The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Dominican Republic: Dominican Republic – sovereign state occupying the eastern five-eighths of the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. Its capital, Santo Domingo, was Western Europe's first permanent settlement in, and the first seat of Spanish colonial rule in the New .
Many of the Dominican Republic's resorts are located on the eastern end of the island of Hispaniola, in Punta Cana and La Romana. But there also are resort districts in . The Dominican Republic is the most mountainous country in the Caribbean and is home to the region’s highest mountain at 3, metres high, called Pico Duarte. At the southwest corner of Puerto Plata is Isabel de Torres National Park, sitting atop a mountain metres above sea level.
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Since the first edition of this book was published ten years ago, democratic government has become more firmly a Caribbean crucible book, if no less contentious, and the fragile economy, though still the definitive element in Dominican life, has benefitted from changes in Cited by: Much has occurred in the Dominican Republic since the first edition of this critically acclaimed profile was published ten years ago: Democratic government has become more firmly established, if no less contentious, and the fragile economy, though still the definitive element in Dominican life, has benefited from changes in global trade patterns and corporate investment.4/5(1).
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The Dominican Republic, a Caribbean crucible. [Howard J Wiarda; Michael J Kryzanek] -- Part of the series Nations of Contemporary Latin America. This profile of the history, geography, culture, politics, and economics of the Dominican Republic is presented as a model of Third World and.
The Dominican Republic: A Caribbean Crucible By Wiarda, Howard J. and Kryzanek, Michael J. Foreword by Schneider, Ronald by: Much has occurred in the Dominican Republic since the first edition of this critically acclaimed profile was published ten years ago: Democratic government has become more firmly established, if no less contentious, and the fragile economy, though still the definitive element in Dominican life, has benefited from changes in global trade patterns and corporate investment.
The Dominican Republic Summer A short, competent, generally balanced overview of the Dominican Republic, reflecting useful insights.
All aspects are covered, from history, economics and politics to land, people and sociology. WIARDA & M. KRYZANEK, THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, A CARIBBEAN CRUCIBLE, Pref- ace at XIV () [hereinafter cited as CARMBEAN CRUCBLE].
The treatment the book gives to certain contemporary political figures has become a. The Dominican Republic A Caribbean Crucible by Howard J. Wiarda and Michael J. Kryzanek. Authors. Jonathan Russin.
Recommended Citation. Jonathan Russin, The Dominican Republic A Caribbean Crucible by Howard J. Wiarda and Michael J. Kryzanek, 14. Caribbean Crucible: History, Culture, and Globalization.
Kevin A. Yelvington. In the Western hemisphere, sugar was first grown in the present-day Dominican Republic and shipped back to Europe around With the rapid destruction of the native populations, enslaved African laborers were imported shortly after the first canes were planted. The Dominican Republic, a Caribbean crucible.
[Howard J Wiarda; Michael J Kryzanek] -- Much has occurred in the Dominican Republic since the first edition of this critically acclaimed profile was published ten years ago: Democratic government has become more firmly established, if no.
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Starting just beyond the hustle and bustle of Santo Domingo, and continuing east almost all the way to the southeastern tip of the island, lies what most visitors come to the island for - a taste of the idyllic Caribbean. Referred to locally as the Costa Caribe (Caribbean Coast), the southeast coast.
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The Dominican Republic is where you’ll find the Caribbean’s highest peak, Pico Duarte, measuring metres. Mile upon mile of white sand lines its coastline, a fact that hasn’t gone unnoticed by the holidaymakers who fly there to flop beneath its shady palms.This is the authentic Dominican Republic experience, complete with quiet coves of golden sand beach and a laid-back island lifestyle.
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