Chile Essays

A Short History and Summary of the Current Conditions in Chile and Its Geographical Situation

Chile is a country situated on the west coast of South America. It is also known as The Republic of Chile. The size of Chile is 289,112 square miles with a width of less than 100 miles. It is basically a little larger than Texas. Chile is divided into three main parts, mainland and two territorial islands named Isla Sala y Gomez and Easter. Chile has an interesting history and it has seen many ups and downs in its economic…

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Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

When an unforeseen tragedy comes into a small community, the devastation can cause havoc. The members of the Chilean society found themselves with more questions than answers when word spread there had been a collapse in a local mine. The families of the trapped mine workers and employees affected were in need of guidance. When communicating the messages to Chilean people, awareness of the audience played an important role in ensuring all measures were being taken to save the miners…

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The Transition in Chile

Introduction For many years, Chile has been under the authoritarian rule of Pinochet whose regime has a reputation of massive and extreme human rights violations and repression of any movement against the established regime (Winn 19). However, because of the economic crisis, growing frustration especially within the labor movement began to rise (Winn 43). Protests which led to intensified worker militancy at the grassroots level and growing discontent among the people punctured Pinochet’s invincibility hence forcing a transition within Chile…

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Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release

No one will ever forget the events that took place on August 5, 2010. Many people from all around the world sat glued to their television sets watching a story that most feared would have a tragic ending. The Minera San Esteban Primera Mining Company had a job ahead of them that no company every wants to face. 33 miners were trapped in a small copper mine that had collapsed in northern Chile and they had to report this news…

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Theme of Identity Explored in Kindertransport

Kindertransport is tough and a moving insight into the complex relationship between mothers and daughters. It raises painful questions about family, safety, loyalty, and the need to belong. It deals with family secrets, the dark side of human nature, the cost of survival, loss of identity and the need to live. More specifically, it deals with mother-daughter relationships, and there are three sets in this play. Eva was nine when she was placed on the train and never forgave her…

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