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Laura benadiba is a member of Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. 0 references. country of citizenship · Argentina. 0 references. given name · Laura. 0 references. date of birth. 26 June 0 references. Laura Benadiba. Oral History as a Methodological Tool to Enable Students to. Appropriate Their Own Recent Past. Words and Silences, Vol 6, No 1. December .

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Without cookies your experience may not be seamless. Abstract This article describes the Argentina—Catalonia Project, a collaborative secondary school oral history project based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Tarragona, Spain. Homelessness Felt and Lived review Daniel Kerr pp.

Laura Benadiba Iv Encuentro Historia Oral

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Social Studies as a Canadian Discipline. To come up with a work project that captures the complexity and richness of social reality. Story Bank Maine review Sarah Milligan pp. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. The persistence of silence is examined from the testimonies of those who lived through the dictatorial regimes, and the process of engaging students in the recovery of the past is explored in depth.