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Atravesando Fronteras

Author : Jorge Ramos
ISBN : 9780062238016
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Nuestra "casa", más que un lugar físico, es un conjunto de recuredos que nos permite comprender mejor quienes éramos, quienes somos, y puede ayudarnos a comprender quienes seremos. Ese sentido de pertenencia es el que nos define. Algunos dejan su "casa", su hogar, muy pronto en sus vidas; para ellos es muy difícil encontrar su centro emocional. Están, a veces, condenados a una vida sin equilibrio. Pero también es una existencia con mucha libertad. Sin frontera alguna, estos eternos viajeros no dejan de buscar aventuras y experiencias límite esperando encontrar algún día, como Ulises, un lugar que puedan llamar su "casa".Así empieza el viaje de la extraordinaria autobiografía de Jorge Ramos, un periodista que encarna este espíritu aventurero a la perfección, y que espera, algún día, encontrar un lugar en el cuál se sienta como en casa. Por primera vez, Jorge Ramos, el más prestigioso presentador de noticias en español comparte su vida personal con sus lectores, televidentes y radioescuchas. Hable de lost amores de su vida, de su pasión por el periodismo de sus viajes y entrevistas y de su propio concepto de realización espiritual. Es, al mismo tiempo, una invitación a aprovechar al máximo cada instante de nuestra vida. En este libro conocemos al hombre de la televisión al que millones de latinos e hispanoparlantes le han dado toda su confianza durante años. Así descubrimos que Ramos es alguien que comprende que para vivir plenamente, hay que tomar riesgos, y que sin riesgos no hay recompensa. Ramos cuenta de sus conflictos, de niño, con los sacerdotes benedictinos, de sus luchas como estudianted en Los Ángeles a principios de los ochentas, de su primera incursión en el periodismo norteamericano y de las advertencias de las grandes cadenas de televisión en inglés de que jamás llegaría a un puesto importante si no perdía su acento. Se equivocaron. De esta manera Ramos nos abre las puertas al mundo de los medios de comunicación en español, un mundo que muchos críticos veían como innecesario e irrelevante y que ahora se ha convertido en uno de los sectores más poderosos de la cultura estadounidense. Con las historias de las muchas guerras que has cubierto, los lugares que has visitado y los poderosos y temidos líderes mundiales que ha entrevistado, Ramos cautiva a sus lectores contándoles la trayectoria y los altibajos de un periodista que llegó a un país que quisiera llamar su casa, pero que no puede. Descubrimos también, a un hombre cuya atracción por las emociones fuertes lo han puesto en peligro de muerte y cuyo sentido del humor lo ha salvado de las situaciones más incómodas. Padre, reportero, esposo e hijo, en su nuevo libro Atravesando Fronteras, Ramos nos muestra como cada uno de nosotros puede ser testigo de la historia, y que viajar sin cesar puede ser preferible a quedarse en un mismo lugar para siempre.

Three Plays Of Maureen Hunter

Author : Hunter, Maureen
ISBN : 9781896239996
Genre : Drama
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Gendered Identities And Immigrant Language Learning

Author : Assist. Prof. Julia Menard-Warwick
ISBN : 1847693814
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Based on participant observation in a California English as a Second Language family literacy program, this ethnographic study examines how the complexly gendered life histories of immigrant adults shaped their participation in both the English language classroom and the education of their children, within the contemporary sociohistorical context of increasing Latin American immigration to the United States. Through outlining the connections between (gendered) identity work and language learning, this study builds theoretical and empirical justification for teachers to negotiate classroom practice with each community of learners, responding to students’ individual goals, histories, and lives outside the classroom.

Posesi N Del Ayer

Author : Mario Ramos Méndez
ISBN : 1932271872
Genre : Collective memory
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Cassette Books

Author : Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
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Big Russ Me

Author : Tim Russert
ISBN : 9781602862630
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Over the last two decades, before his death in 2008 at the age of 58, Tim Russert had become one of the most trusted and admired figures in American television journalism. Throughout his career he spent time with presidents and popes, world leaders and newsmakers, celebrities and sports heroes, but one person stood out to him in terms of his strength of character, modest grace and simple decency—Russert's dad, Big Russ. In this warm, engaging memoir, a #1 New York Times bestseller upon its initial release in 2004, Russert casts a fond look back to the 1950s Buffalo neighborhood of his youth. In the close-knit Irish-Catholic community where grew up, doors were left unlocked at night; backyard ponds became makeshift ice hockey rinks in winter; and streets were commandeered as touch football fields in the fall. And he recalls the extraordinary example of his father, a WWII veteran who worked two jobs without complaint for thirty years and taught his children to appreciate the values of self-discipline, of respect, of loyalty to friends. These deep roots stayed with Russert as he forged a remarkable career, first in government and then in media, and finally in his 16 years at Meet the Press as one of the most recognized and trusted face in television news. As Russert explains, his fundamental values sprung from that small house on Woodside Avenue and the special bond he shared with his father—values he passed down to his own son, Luke. As Tim Russert celebrates the indelible connection between fathers and sons, readers everywhere will laugh and cry in identification with the life lessons of Big Russ and in mourning of Tim Russert, a big American voice in his own right. For this special 10th anniversary trade paperback edition of Big Russ & Me, Tim's son Luke will contribute an extensive introduction, commenting on his father's legacy, and on how these lessons passed down from his grandfather impact the third generation. Luke had just graduated from college in 2008 when his father passed away. Since then, he has followed in his father's footsteps, working as a special correspondent and congressional reporter for NBC news and contributing frequently to various NBC and MSNBC outlets. Despite his youth, Luke has already shown that the ideals promoted by Big Russ in midcentury Buffalo still apply in 21st century New York, and that these lessons are as relevant for us as ever.

The 100 Simple Secrets Of Happy People

Author : David Niven, PhD
ISBN : 9780061739286
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Scientists and academics have spent entire careers investigating what makes people happy. But hidden in obscure scholarly journals and reports, their research is all too often inaccessible to ordinary people. Now the bestselling author of the 100 Simple Secrets series distills the scientific findings of over a thousand of the most important studies on happiness into easy-to-digest nuggets of advice. Each of the hundred practices is illustrated with a clear example and illuminated by a straightforward explanation of the science behind it to show you how to transform a ho-hum existence into a full and happy life. Believe in yourself: Across all ages, and all groups, a solid belief in one's own abilities increases life satisfaction by about 40 percent, and makes us happier both in our home lives and in our work lives. Turn off your TV: Watching too much TV can triple our hunger for more possessions, while reducing our personal contentment by about 5 percent for every hour a day we watch.

A Country For All

Author : Jorge Ramos
ISBN : 9780307742933
Genre : Social Science
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For decades, fixing the United States’ broken immigration system has been one of the most urgent challenges facing our country, and time and time again, politicians have passed the buck. With anti-immigrant sentiment rising around the country, and presidential elections on the horizon, it’s no surprise immigration reform is on every candidate’s agenda. While some candidates offer viable solutions, others perpetuate negative stereotypes and unpractical resolve. Ramos fearlessly questions political tactics, and has undoubtedly become the voice of the Latino vote in the US. It is now more important than ever to remember the role immigrants play in enriching our economy and culture, and to find a way to incorporate the millions of productive, law-abiding workers who have been drawn to the United States by the inexorable pull of freedom and economic opportunity. In this timely book, award-winning journalist Jorge Ramos makes the case for a practical and politically achievable solution to this poignant issue. Ramos argues that we have a simple choice: to take a pragmatic approach that deals with the reality of immigration, or to continue a cruel and capricious system that doesn’t work, wastes billions of dollars, and which stands in direct opposition to our national principles. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Gift Of Change

Author : Marianne Williamson
ISBN : 0061835765
Genre : Self-Help
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Bestselling author of Return to Love and Law of Divine Compensation, Marianne Williamson shows people how to live without fear or worry in The Gift of Change. The time in which we now live is more difficult and stressful than people are willing to admit. We live with an abiding sense of collective anxiety. Williamson shows how we are paralyzed in our current state of fear and anger because we are not facing and dealing with the true causes of our anxieties and fears. Williamson reveals that fear and worry do not need to be the only tools in our tool box for dealing with problems in the world. As we learn to trust God and the love that surrounds us and guides us, we will see that what causes us pain is an opportunity for growth, healing, and miracles that can transform us and our world. Williamson delivers hope and healing as she illuminates ten basic changes that each of us can make as we learn to view the world through the eyes of love instead of fear.

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