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Boletin de Nuevas Adquisiciones (Sept. 2011), IRC- Embajada Americana El Salvador

Boletin de Nuevas Adquisiciones (Sept. 2011), IRC- Embajada Americana El Salvador

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  • 1. Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Septiembre 2011 Centro de Recursos de Información Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador El Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) brinda servicios de referencia en forma rápida y oportuna acerca de una amplia variedad de temáticas de los Estados Unidos y El Salvador, a funcionarios de gobierno, periodistas, organismos no gubernamentales, universidades y negocios. Contáctenos: Tel: 2501- 3012 :: Fax: 2501- 2931 :: email: colindrescr@state.gov septiembre.2011 Economía El Crack del 29/ John Kenneth Galbraith La crisis económica y financiera de 1929 dio origen a la gran depresión de losaños treinta. El célebre economista americano John K. Galbraith presenta aquí una historia y un análisis de estos hechos, y desentraña los procesos y mecanismos que, desde los años del boom inmobiliario de Florida hasta el desastroso otoño de 1929, alimentaron la fiebre especulativa y la ilusión del dinero fácil ■ La Era de las Expectativas Limitadas/ Paul Krugman “…La Era de las Expectativas Limitadas es una demostración de genialidad. Aaquellos economistas y no economistas que lo utilicen como guía para navegar por los misterios de la inflación y la recesión, la economía de la oferta y laproductividad, los tipos de cambio flotantes y los mercados de bolsa volátiles, les digo Bon voyage!” Del prólogo de Paul A. Samuelson 1 Abierto al público: Lunes - Miércoles – Viernes Horario: 8:30am –12:00m y 1:00pm – 4:00pm
  • 2. Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Septiembre 2011 Colección Salvadoreña Historia de la Arquitectura Contemporánea en El Salvador/ Oscar Manuel MonederoEn esta segunda edición enriquecida, se estudia la Arquitectura Contemporánea en El salvador, parte de la época del cambio del siglo XIX al XX, hasta 1970; presenta más de un centenar de fotografías que ilustran sus planteamientos estéticos, técnicos e históricos y enriquecen la obra. ■ Educación Taking sides: Clashing views on Educational issues/ James W. Noll Taking sides: Clashing views on Educational issues is a debate-style reader designed to introduce students to controversies in education. The readings, which represent the arguments of leading educators and social commentators, reflect opposing positions and have been selected for their liveliness and substance■ 45th Annual Report (2008- 2009)/ J. William Fulbright, Foreign Scholarship Board “Within these pages of the 45th, I am pleased to share with readers how Fulbrighters are Building a Better World. Fulbrighters around the globe are going beyond their immediate subject matter of interest, and surroundings of the host institution, to broader interests and the larger community by participating in activities that are improving lives and livelihoods…” Shirley M. Green Chair, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board ■ HumanidadesThe Western Humanities/ Roy T. Matthews & F. Dewitt Platt Chronologically organized, The Western Humanities presents the cultural achievements of Western civilization – art, music, literature, theater, film and other arts – within the historical context ■ 2 Abierto al público: Lunes - Miércoles – Viernes Horario: 8:30am –12:00m y 1:00pm – 4:00pm
  • 3. Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Septiembre 2011 Literatura thGreat American writers, 20 Century/ R. Baird Shuman, ed. This reference work presents a series of signed articles that focus on 90 of the most influential twentieth-century American writers. Each article establishes the writer’s place in American literature and relates the writer to broadercurrents in literature and society. This collection runs from James Agee to Paul Zindel and ranges from John Steinbeck and the Great Depression through Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance to such contemporary writers as Amy Tan and Julia Alvarez. ■ Migraciones We are Americans: voices of the immigrant experience/ Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler We are Americans tells the stories of immigrants in their own words. Letters, diaries, oral histories, and biographies describe their dreams for a new life, their journeys to America, and their successes and hardships once they arrived… ■ Sociología Sociology/ Richard T. Schaefer. In the eleventh edition of Sociology, Rick Schaefer continues to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to sociology that appeals to students with a diversity of learning styles. This contemporary text focuses onsociology in the global community and encourages students to think about the world theyre living in using a sociological imagination. With the strongest coverage of race and ethnicity, examples of sociologys real world applications, and in-depth coverage of currently relevant topics like mass media and social policy, Schaefers Sociology is the perfect text for todays students. Referencia EEUU Atlas of the United States/ David Rubel This work provides students with a wealth of information for both school andhome use. With clear, detail-oriented maps and vivid landscapes photos, this is an excellent resource for young students ■ 3 Abierto al público: Lunes - Miércoles – Viernes Horario: 8:30am –12:00m y 1:00pm – 4:00pm
  • 4. Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Septiembre 2011AMERICAN HISTORY DISCOVER (October 2011) (September 2011) Did Thomas Hot or Not/ Will we Jefferson believe in swelter with coal and oil or God?/ Our third president chill with renewable energy? sliced up Bibles to create cut- Four experts plot a cooler, and paste version of the New wealthier future. Testament in which he left out any suggestion that Jesus is Dolphin Desperadoes/ Who God. What was he thinking? speaks for the world’s second- smartest animal? America’s Greatest Work of Architecture/ Frank Lloyd Out of the Blue, Into the Black/ Space travel has neverWright’s Fallingwater still evokes natural wonder 75 been so within reach of private citizens –or “Small-ayears after work began on the house astronauts” as Virgin Galactic calls them. Is this newThe Devil’s Advantage Agent/ Young women of the breed of explorer ready for the risks?1890s ignored warnings that bicycling was indecent andvulgar and rode boldly into a better future.NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TIME (Septiembre 2011) (September 5, 2011) LA CONQUISTA DEL The World After POLO SUR: A 100 años de la derrota Gaddafi Británica../ Hace un siglo Iraq’s Lessons for Lybia/ Scott perdió y Amundsen ganó, Obama’s winning strategy en parte porque supo cuando regresar. The Arab summer/ Gaddafi government falls, but Libya’s Renacimiento Brasileño/ Las future is far from certain familias grandes ya no están de moda. Hay que dar crédito a las Why Somalia starves/ How themujeres decididas y las telenovelas que las inspiraron. war between the U.S. and Islamic extremists has led to a brutal famine in East AfricaNezahualcóyotl/ La densidad poblacional de estemunicipio de la zona conurbana de la ciudad de México Four ways to Fix the Housing Crisis/ Radical ideas tolo convierte en un fascinante caso de estudio solve a problem that is slowly choking the U.S. economysociológico.OTROS TITULOS DISPONIBLES: American Artist ● American Libraries ● Arquitectural Record ● Artin America ● Comercio e Industria ● Computers in Libraries ● Current History ● Cricket ● Discover ● Downbeat ● ECA ● Environmental ● Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica ● Fortune ● Harper’s ● Investigacion y Ciencia ● La Universidad ● Library Journal ● National Geographic ● Newsweek ● People ● Rolling Stone ● Sports Illustrated ● The Economist ● Wired 4 Abierto al público: Lunes - Miércoles – Viernes Horario: 8:30am –12:00m y 1:00pm – 4:00pm
  • 5. Centro de Recursos de Información (IRC) Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Septiembre 2011Ahora ya puedes consultar la Biblioteca Virtual “eLibraryUSA” directamente desde tu centro de estudios, lugar de trabajo o desde tu casa.Todo lo que tienes que hacer es visitar el Centro de Recursos Informativos (IRC)de la Embajada Americana, solicitar una cuenta de acceso directo, y completar la hoja de registro. En “eLibraryUSA” tendrás ACCESO GRATUITO a los siguientes recursos: EBSCOhost Resources • Encyclopedia Britannica • Encyclopedia Britannica for Kids • Library, Information Science & Technology (Abstracts & Full Text) • Regional Business News • Business Source Premier • Academic Search Premier • Fuente Academica • English Language Reference Center • GreenFILE • Gale Virtual Reference Library • Ebrary Public Library (with Elibro & Elivro) • CQ Resources • Oxford Analytica • HORARIO DE SERVICIO DEL IRC Lunes- Miércoles- Viernes Mañana: 8:30- 12:00 ::: Tarde: 1:30- 4:00pm ***** Preparado por: centro de recursos de información Embajada de los Estados Unidos en El Salvador Boulevard y Urbanización Santa Elena, Antiguo Cuscatlán, El Salvador Teléfono: 2501- 3012 :: Fax: 2501- 2931 :: email: colindrescr@state.gov Abierto al público: Lunes- Miércoles- Viernes Horario: 8:30am- 12:00m y 1:00 – 4:00pm 5 Abierto al público: Lunes - Miércoles – Viernes Horario: 8:30am –12:00m y 1:00pm – 4:00pm