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Frau Argentine

It is conducive to the clarification of the issue we are trying to cope, referring to the work of Andre Marchal, cited at the beginning of this development. There are luggage that four species of structures can be distinguished in any analysis of reality: the physical or geographical; the economic; the demographic and supervised. Marchal argued that when there was coherence between the structures was compared to a system and when it had not, as in almost all cases was against a regime. He also pointed out that in any regime, be verified remnants of previous regimes and advances or prodromes of the future. This schema is enriched in our opinion if it is combined – always at the level of outline with aspects or features that all culture presents, as he argued Herkovitzs in the play also cited at the beginning.

These aspects were: the economic and technological; social organization; the relationship man universe (religiosity); the aesthetic activities, and language. We could then conceive the Argentina as a non-linear succession over time of systems combining schemes such as those of the two previously mentioned authors. Thereby you could display figuratively the Argentine, happen starting either from what known before the arrival of the Spaniards, where an estimated (Canals Frau) that there were no less than forty ethnic groups and different cultures, or what with more information is known from that arrival, gaining in accuracy of information as we get closer to our present. What is clear is that from the arrival of the Spaniards, the inhabitants of these lands, would be incorporated to the work world, and particularly to the influences of the successive hegemonic powers. Had already expressed, that the idea of deconcentrate, closely tied to the decentralize, had begun to make explicit are poco’s begun the emancipatory process (there is a testimony from 1812), but deconcentration in the variant we have chosen in our searches, has a precedent in two works by Juan Alvarez rosarino polygraph: Argentine civil wars, in 1914, and Buenos Aires, 1918.