Deconstructing Brazil, Beyond Carnival, Soccer and Girls in Small Bikinis

Deconstructing Brazil Beyond Carnival Soccer and Girls in Small Bikinis Understand the Brazil of today through its multicultural history and interactions This book transcends stereotypes and will allow you to get to know the real Brazil thanks to the guidance of a Brazil

  • Title: Deconstructing Brazil, Beyond Carnival, Soccer and Girls in Small Bikinis
  • Author: Simone Torres Costa
  • ISBN: 9780993237
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Understand the Brazil of today through its multicultural history and interactions This book transcends stereotypes and will allow you to get to know the real Brazil, thanks to the guidance of a Brazilian interculturalist, psychologist, and executive coach It is aimed at those who seek a deeper understanding of this rich and complex culture and its impact on personal andUnderstand the Brazil of today through its multicultural history and interactions This book transcends stereotypes and will allow you to get to know the real Brazil, thanks to the guidance of a Brazilian interculturalist, psychologist, and executive coach It is aimed at those who seek a deeper understanding of this rich and complex culture and its impact on personal and professional interactions An essential tool for anyone living and working in Brazil, or anyone planning to move there.

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    1. This book took me by surprise. I started reading expecting to learn some fun facts about Brazil – a country I associated with soccer, sunshine and beautiful women in tiny bikinis, just as mentioned in the book’s title. A little over 100pages later, what I came away with was an insight into a country with a long, tragic history of slavery, loss of cultural identity of the indigenous people and an indifferent attitude by generations of Portuguese settlers who became Brazil’s ruling class. Wr [...]

    2. Torres Costa gets behind the easy clichés of Brazilian history and culture in an erudite and insightful analysis of contemporary Brazil. A must-read for anyone wishing to live and work in South America’s largest nation.

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