¿Cuál es tu nivel?: Studying Consumer Segmentation in Mexico

Posted by Marcel Rosa-Salas – doctoral student in Sociocultural Anthropology  at NYU Mexico City is one of Latin America’s thriving hubs for the marketing industry, home to both small boutique agencies and satellite offices of global holdings. For the past two weeks, I have been in the city doing research on consumer segmentation in its advertisingContinue reading “¿Cuál es tu nivel?: Studying Consumer Segmentation in Mexico”

Imperialist Musical Chairs: the U.S. and Brazil in Morales’s Bolivia

This article first appeared on NACLA.org on December 24, 2013. Reposted with Permission. Evo Morales’s 2005 election brought an end to a long period of U.S.-Bolivia relations. Since at least 1952, the United States held Bolivia under its sway as a client state. The end of U.S. imperialism through an insidious client-patron relationship that traded large sumsContinue reading “Imperialist Musical Chairs: the U.S. and Brazil in Morales’s Bolivia”