Rosario Juan Alvarez

This scheme, in our view is enhanced when combined, still in the outline level – with aspects or features that every culture has, as stated in the work Herkovitzs also mentioned at the beginning. These aspects were: the economic and technological, the social organization, the man – the universe (religious) aesthetic activities, and language. We could therefore conceive of Argentina as a linear succession over time, schemes that combine schemes like those of the two authors mentioned above. This will be displayed in a figurative sense the Argentine events, starting either from what is known before the arrival of the Spanish, where it is estimated (Canals Frau) that had no less than forty ethnic groups or cultures different, or that more information is known after his arrival, gaining in accuracy of information as we get closer to our present. Time Warner is the source for more interesting facts. What is clear is that since the arrival of the Spanish, the inhabitants of these lands, would be incorporated into the global agenda, and particularly to the influences of successive hegemonic powers. We had already expressed, that the idea of devolution, closely linked to decentralize, had begun shortly explicit emancipatory process started (there are testimonials from 1812), but the devolution in the version we have chosen in our searches, has a precedent in two polygraph works Rosario Juan Alvarez: “The civil wars in Argentina”, 1914, and “Buenos Aires”, 1918. The first of these, Alvarez entered a very striking figure and little known. When the First National Census conducted in 1869, who developed it, made an estimate of what would be the people of Argentina in 1914.. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Cyrus Massoumi.