Border studies : an annotated list of cultural and academic web sources
Keywords:Herramientas de investigación, Investigación asistida por ordenador, Internet, Fronteras, Bibliografías, México, Estados Unidos
AbstractTwo cultural, social and functional systems have merged along the U.S.-Mexico border to create a new particular lifestyle which is entirely unique. The borderlands is a space of dependence and disparity, of rebellion and exploitation, which has generated a dynamic fusion culture that reflects the struggle of its people in order to assert their identity. This article is dedicated to the introduction, organization and exploration of internet resources related to the U.S.-Mexico border zone, with particular attention to the sites that reflect the borderlands’ cultural and literary expressions, as well as to those which provide information about the emerging field of Border Studies as an academic discipline for study and research.
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Dueñas Vinuesa, María. 2003. “Border Studies : An Annotated List of Cultural and Academic Web Sources”. Alicante Journal of English Studies / Revista Alicantina De Estudios Ingleses, no. 16 (November):339-53. https://doi.org/10.14198/raei.2003.16.24.
Copyright (c) 2003 María Dueñas Vinuesa
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