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The number of families of Triatoma dimidiata in a Guatemalan house
Melgar, Sergio;Chávez, Juan José;Landaverde, Patricia;Herrera, Franklin;Rodas, Antonieta;Enríquez, Eunice;Dorn, Patricia;Monroy, Carlota;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762007005000001
Abstract: triatoma dimidiata is an important vector of chagas disease in guatemala. to help understand the biology and population dynamics of the insect, we estimated the number of full sibling families living in one house. forty one families with an average size of 2.17 individuals were detected using random amplification of polymorphic dna-polymerase chain reaction genetic markers. this result suggests high levels of migration of the vector, polyandry, and a significant capability for spreading the disease.
Uncitral y las oscilaciones del régimen jurídico del transporte marítimo internacional de mercancías. Advertencias en torno a la búsqueda de una tercera vía
Enríquez, David;
Anuario mexicano de derecho internacional , 2008,
Abstract: the present article addresses the two liability regimes concerning the transport of goods by sea, known respectively as the hague-wisby rules and the hamburg rules. likewise, the author briefly analyzes the draft convention on the subject, which is being developed by uncitral. although it may be concluded, that the instrument offers greater effectiveness and fairness to the system, the potential abuses to the regimen through the illegitimate handling of the volume contracts shall be a warning to the legal community.
La república chilena ante la cuestión indígena (1810-1830)
Enríquez, Lucrecia Raquel
Hispania Sacra : Revista de Historia Eclesiástica , 2011,
Abstract: This article analyses the way in which patriots considered and decided the question about the inclusion of Indians (o native aborigines) to the new political system to be implemented in Chile from 1810. The problem will be worked out considering three interconnected aspects. Firstly, the dislocation of the Indian villages, the social inclusion considering them as citizens in a new society, not divided into castes. Secondly, the process of identification of Chilean creoles with ‘Mapuches-Araucanos’ through the appropriation of the ‘Arauco myth’. And thirdly, the new definition of the myth in republican terms, once the Araucanos decided to support the royalist cause. Este artículo analiza la forma en que los patriotas consideraron y resolvieron la inclusión de los indios en el nuevo sistema político a construir en Chile a partir de 1810 en base a tres aspectos interrelacionados. En primer lugar la desarticulación de los pueblos de indios, la inclusión social como ciudadanos iguales en una nueva sociedad no dividida en base a castas. En segundo lugar el proceso de identificación de los criollos chilenos con los mapuche-araucanos, a través de la apropiacin del mito de Arauco. Y, en tercer lugar, la nueva definición del mito en clave republicana una vez que los araucanos apoyaron la causa realista.
Comercio de la sal y redes de poder en Tehuantepec durante la época colonial
Lucrecia Enríquez
Historia (Santiago) , 2010,
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áLVARO CHAPARRO SAINZ, Educarse para servir al Rey: el Real Seminario Patriótico de Vergara (1776-1804)
LUCRECIA ENRíQUEZ
Historia (Santiago) , 2012,
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TAMAR HERZOG, Vecinos y extranjeros. Hacerse espa ol en la Edad Moderna
Lucrecia Enríquez
Historia (Santiago) , 2008,
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El Patronato en Chile de Carrera a O’Higgins (1812-1824)
Enríquez, Lucrecia
Hispania Sacra : Revista de Historia Eclesiástica , 2008,
Abstract: This articles studies the exercise of patronage regarding it within Chilean constitutions between 1810-1824. The Chilean ‘junta gubernativa’ created in 1810, differently from other places in America, did not exercise ecclesiastical patronage, but Vicepatronato in recognizing the peninsular authorities of the Monarchy. It will be only after the declaration of the independence in 1818 when the Supreme Director assumes the national patronage and sends a diplomatic mission to the Holy See asking to grant the patronage to the president of the republic. In this context, the local Church reacted claiming latejansenist episcopalism against state intervention in ecclesiastical matters Se estudia el ejercicio del Patronato en Chile entre 1810 y 1824, considerándolo en las constituciones chilenas a partir de 1818. A diferencia de lo ocurrido en otros lugares de América, la Junta Gubernativa surgida de1 810 no ejerció el Patronato eclesiástico, sino el Vicepatronato, al reconocer las autoridades peninsulares de la Monarquía. No será sino hasta la declaración de la independencia en 1818 que el Director Supremo asuma el Patronato nacional y envíe una misión diplomática a la Santa Sede para pedir la concesión del Patronato al presidente de la república. En este contexto la Iglesia local reaccionó afirmándose en el episcopalismo tardo jansenista frente a la intromisión estatal en los asuntos eclesiásticos.
Rese a de "XéNESE DO ESPAZO URBANO EN GALIZA" de Tania Galán Gómez
Raimundo Otero Enríquez
Revista de Investigaciones Políticas y Sociológicas (RIPS) , 2010,
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Adolf Loos: contra el proyecto
Alejandro Crispiani Enríquez
ARQ , 2001,
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Los cambiantes contextos de la cultura sonorense
Dora Elvia Enríquez
Estudios sobre las Culturas Contemporaneas , 1991,
Abstract: Instead of making a cultural portrait of the people from Sonora, the author attempts to build a historical framework to account for their specific cultural identity. To the North-West State of Sonora belong the winning military elites of the Mexican revolution, an essential factor in the construction and permanence of the regional hegemonic culture which is otherwise rejected in wider groups and social classes.The breakdown of this hegemony arrives withthe first signs of the economic crisis which has allowed the emergence of new social actors and cultural projects. Regional identity is now claiming for a redefinition.
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