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The Cultures of South America - (Section Three Pages 87 - 92)

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The Cultures of South America - (Section Three Pages 87 - 92) Rural Life City Life Mix of cultures.
Much of their Spanish in style.
Modern office blocks and apartment buildings of concrete, steel, and glass towers dominate the cities in South America.
Population in South American cities is booming.
City government tries to provide essential items such as electricity for everyone, but because there are so many people coming into the cities, it is very hard to keep up. Two types of farming
Subsistence Farming
Cash Crops
Subsistence Farming: Grow only enough food to meet their families’ needs.
Cash Crops: Crops grown mostly for sale rather than for the farmer’s own use.
Export farming uses so much land for cash crops that South America has to import food for its own people to eat.
Key Words Gauchos: noun. Cowboys of the pampas of Argentina
Subsistence farming: noun. Growing only enough food to meet the needs of the farmer’s family
Cash crop: noun. A crop grown mostly for sale rather than for the farmer’s own use
Two Effects of the fact that many Native Americans still live high in the Andes Mountains Two native tribes the Quechua and Aymara speak their own languages and follow the traditional ways of their ancestors.
They are isolated from other regions.
Don’t have modern technology
No cities
Two different kinds of farms in South America Subsistence Farming: Grow only enough food to meet their families’ needs.
Cash Crops: Grow mostly for sale rather than for the farmer’s family’s own use.
Movement of People from the Country-side to urban areas put pressure on cities? Because there are less jobs in the country-side, many young people who want to earn money for their families, move to the cities where there are more jobs. Because of this mass movement of people moving into the cities, the population grows too much and there are shortage of food, electricity, water etc.
Article of Mothers of Plaza de Mayo

The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo are a remarkable organization of Argentine women rights supporters. They have been active for more than 20 years. Their extraordinary work has been sustained by two inter-woven beliefs. One is that they were born again by their children. The other is that they have become mothers to all victims of repression in Argentina.
The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo embraced these beliefs as a direct result of the lives lived by their children and the horrific deaths many of them met. Their children were kidnapped and nearly all were murdered by Argentina's military during its "dirty war" against the Left from 1976 to 1983.
The current Argentine government acknowledges that some 9,000 leftists and labor leaders who died at the hands of the military during the dirty war are unaccounted for.
World Map South America Charateristics The biggest conutry in South America.
Famous for Samba.
Deforestation in Amazon.
Exporting many types of fruits, such as banana.
Has Amazon Rainforest. Characteristics
Peru is the country which people were living with lamas.
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