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Patrimonio intangible e identidad: representaciones bolivianas en Olavarría, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mariano,Mercedes;
Intersecciones en antropolog?-a , 2011,
Abstract: in this paper the construction of bolivian identity in olavarría, buenos aires province, argentina, is examined through the analysis of festivities as expressions of intangible cultural heritage. underlying processes of identity construction are analyzed, particularly as manifested in the annual celebration in honor of the virgen de copacabana, in order to understand how social actors set in motion elements of their heritage in such celebrations. these processes, far from being univocal, are permeated with present-day conflicts and a diversity of views about the past.
La cultura como recurso turistico de las ciudades: El caso de la patrimonialización del tango en Buenos Aires, Argentina
Gómez Schettini,Mariana; Almirón,Analía; González Bracco,Mercedes;
Estudios y perspectivas en turismo , 2011,
Abstract: during the last decade the government of buenos aires, argentina, implemented several actions in order to place the city on the cultural and tourist global map. among these actions those related to the heritage promotion have an important role. therefore, this paper analyzes the actions of the said government related to the establishment of cultural heritage expressions focusing on the proposal of tango as "intangible cultural heritage of humanity" before unesco. the present analysis is based on empirical research using primary and secondary sources. the hypothesis of this study is that the efforts made by the cities government in order enhance the tango as a heritage resource can be considered as an example of the new legitimacy necessary to stand out on the cultural tourism international market.
Corporalidades de la migración: Performances e identificaciones bolivianas y peruanas en Buenos Aires  [cached]
Santiago Canevaro,Natalia Gavazzo
Espa?o Plural , 2009,
Abstract: This paper aims to investigate the modes inwhich current regional migrations are embodied incertain performances, through an analysis of the processof constructing collective identities in two cases: theBolivian and Peruvian communities in Buenos Aires.From a vision of migrants as active subjects, we showcreative uses of body to build identifications that questionthe stereotypes with which they are stigmatized.
Triatoma infestans in Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina
Gajate, P;Pietrokovsky, S;Abramo Orrego, L;Pérez, O;Monte, A;Belmonte, J;Wisnivesky-Colli, C;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762001000400006
Abstract: the health administration agencies of many municipalities in greater buenos aires (gba) receive frequent reports on triatomines in houses. the aim of this work was to identify and describe the dispersal foci of triatoma infestans in an urban neighborhood of gba, and contribute to the knowledge of the epidemiological situation in the region. in june 1998, potentially infested places were entomologically evaluated. t. infestans was only detected in a hen building for egg production, which housed approximately 6,000 birds. a total of 2,930 insects were collected. density was about 9 triatomines/m2. the proportions of fifth instar nymphs and adults were significantly higher than those of the other stages (p<0.001). the number of triatomines collected largely exceeded the highest domestic infestation found in one house from rural endemic areas of argentina. though triatomines were negative for trypanosoma cruzi, they could acquire the parasite by coming in contact with infected people living in gba. besides, the numerous and widely distributed places housing hens and chickens, would favor the settlement of the vector. together, both facts may constitute a risk of parasitic vectorial transmission. it is recommended to intensify systematic activities of vector search and case detection in gba.
Triatoma infestans in Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina  [cached]
Gajate P,Pietrokovsky S,Abramo Orrego L,Pérez O
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2001,
Abstract: The Health Administration Agencies of many municipalities in Greater Buenos Aires (GBA) receive frequent reports on triatomines in houses. The aim of this work was to identify and describe the dispersal foci of Triatoma infestans in an urban neighborhood of GBA, and contribute to the knowledge of the epidemiological situation in the region. In June 1998, potentially infested places were entomologically evaluated. T. infestans was only detected in a hen building for egg production, which housed approximately 6,000 birds. A total of 2,930 insects were collected. Density was about 9 triatomines/m2. The proportions of fifth instar nymphs and adults were significantly higher than those of the other stages (p<0.001). The number of triatomines collected largely exceeded the highest domestic infestation found in one house from rural endemic areas of Argentina. Though triatomines were negative for Trypanosoma cruzi, they could acquire the parasite by coming in contact with infected people living in GBA. Besides, the numerous and widely distributed places housing hens and chickens, would favor the settlement of the vector. Together, both facts may constitute a risk of parasitic vectorial transmission. It is recommended to intensify systematic activities of vector search and case detection in GBA.
PRESENCIA DE LYCOPSIS ARVENSIS L. (BORAGINACEAE) EN LA PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA  [cached]
Rosa Lourdes Scaramuzzino,Carlos Oscar D'Alfonso
Multequina , 2011,
Abstract: Se cita por primera vez la presencia de Lycopsis arvensis L. (Boraginaceae) para la provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Anisakiosis: primer diagnóstico en Buenos Aires, Argentina
Menghi,Claudia Irene; Comunale,Eduardo; Gatta,Claudia Liliana;
Revista de la Sociedad Venezolana de Microbiología , 2011,
Abstract: anisakiosis is a parasitosis produced by anisakis spp., pseudoterranova spp., contracaecum spp. and hysterothylacium spp. larvae. the infection is endemic in japan, spain, holland, england, scandinavia and the south america?s pacific coast. man becomes infected after eating raw, incompletely cooked, or salted fish which contains the infecting larvae in their tissues or viscera. we present the case of a 9 year old female child residing in the province of buenos aires, with a very low socio-economical level, who eliminated a third stage anisakido larvae with her feces. as far as we know, this would represent the first case of human anisakiosis registered in buenos aires, argentina.
Parque Mujeres Argentinas: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vila,Marcelo; Sebastián,Adrián; Vila,Javier;
ARQ (Santiago) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-69962010000100014
Abstract: the creation of this park is presented as a landscape operation in buenos aires, in a recently rehabilitated zone. its scale and location transform the park that links and ties the city with the river, generating massive meeting spaces and massive retaining zones.
Edificio Arribe?os: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Adamo,Sebastián; Faiden,Marcelo;
ARQ (Santiago) , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-69962008000200007
Abstract: in a compact block of buenos aires a project is inserted: it resolves in contemporary code a small building with patios and casas de altos that achieves a discreet bond with the existing context. the interiors attain their autonomy with interior landscaping characterized by a screen mediating the relationship with the sky and street.
Parque Mujeres Argentinas: Buenos Aires, Argentina  [cached]
Marcelo Vila,Adrián Sebastián,Javier Vila
ARQ , 2010,
Abstract: Se plantea la creación de este parque como una operación paisajística sobre Buenos Aires, en una zona de reciente rehabilitación. Por su escala y localización se transforma en el parque que vincula y amarra la ciudad con el río, generando espacios de encuentro masivo y zonas de contención. The creation of this park is presented as a landscape operation in Buenos Aires, in a recently rehabilitated zone. Its scale and location transform the park that links and ties the city with the river, generating massive meeting spaces and massive retaining zones.
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