The Resource Dominican Republic and Haiti : country studies, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz

Dominican Republic and Haiti : country studies, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz

Label
Dominican Republic and Haiti : country studies
Title
Dominican Republic and Haiti
Title remainder
country studies
Statement of responsibility
Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Title variation
Country studies, Dominican Republic and Haiti
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NjRocCCS
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F1934
LC item number
.D64 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1928-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Metz, Helen Chapin
  • Library of Congress
Series statement
  • Area handbook series,
  • DA pam
  • HeinOnline world constitutions illustrated
Series volume
550-36
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dominican Republic
  • Haiti
Target audience
specialized
Label
Dominican Republic and Haiti : country studies, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • "Research completed December 1999."
  • ©2010 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 517-555) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dominican Republic: historical setting / Jonathan Hartlyn. The first colony -- The struggle for formal sovereignty -- Ambivalent sovereignty, caudillo rule, and political instability. The infant republic, 1844-61 ; Annexation by Spain, 1861-65 ; The contest for power, 1865-82 -- Ulises Heureaux, growing financial dependence, and continued instability. Ulises Heureaux, 1882-99 ; Growing financial dependence and political instability -- From the United States occupation (1916-24) to the emergence of Trujillo (1930) -- The Trujillo era, 1930-61 -- Democratic struggles and failures ; Authoritarian Balaguer, 1966-78 -- The PRD in power and Balaguer, again -- A new beginning? -- Dominican Republic: the society and its environment / Lamar C. Wilson and Patricia Kluck. Geography . Natural regions ; Drainage ; Climate -- Population. Size and growth ; Population distribution ; Migration ; Urbanization -- Racial and ethnic groups. Ethnic heritage ; Modern immigration ; Haitians -- Urban society. The elite ; The middle sector ; The urban poor -- Rural society. Family and social relationships ; Land and poverty ; Sugar plantations ; Mixed farming -- Family and kin -- Religion -- Culture. Literature ; Historical movements and architecture ; Popular culture: dance, music, and baseball -- Education. Primary and secondary ; University -- Health and social security -- Dominican Republic: the economy / Boulos A. Malik. A developing economy -- Economic policies. Fiscal policy ; Government role ; Privatization -- Labor -- Agriculture. Land policies ; Land use ; Cash crops ; Livestock ; Forestry and fishing -- Industry. Manufacturing ; Mining ; Construction ; Energy -- Services. Transportation ; Communications ; Tourism -- Foreign economic relations. Foreign trade and balance of payments ; Foreign assistance -- Outlook -- Dominican Republic: government and politics / Jonathan Hartlyn. Historical legacies of authoritarian rule -- The contemporary struggle for democracy -- System of government. The evolution of constitutional doctrine ; The executive ; The legislature ; The judiciary ; Public administration ; Local government ; Electoral system -- Political parties -- Interest groups and social actors. Economic elites ; Middle class ; Trade unions and popular organizations ; Mass media ; Roman Catholic Church ; Armed forces -- Foreign relations -- Domincan Republic: national security / Jean Tartter. History and development of the armed forces -- Role of the military in public life missions -- Armed forces organization, training, and equipment. Army ; Navy ; Air force ; Manpower ; Defense spending ; Ranks, uniforms, and insignia -- Internal security and public order. National police ; Criminal justice system ; Respect for human rights ; Penal system ; Narcotics trafficking
  • Haiti: historical setting / Anne Green. Spanish discovery and colonization, 1492-1697 -- French colony of Saint-Domingue, 1697-1803 -- Fight for independence, 1791-1803 -- Early years of independence, 1804-43. Partition of Haiti, 1811-20 ; Jean-Pierre Boyer reunites Haiti, 1820-43 -- Increasing stability, 1843-1915 -- United States involvement in Haiti, 1915-34 -- From the end of the United States occupation to Duvalier, 1934-57 -- François Duvalier, 1957-71 -- Jean-Claude Duvalier, 1971-86 -- Post-Duvalier era, 1986-90 -- Aristide presidency, February 7, 1991-September 30, 1991 -- Military coup overthrows Aristide, September 30, 1991-October 1994 -- Democracy restored, 1994-96 -- Haiti: the society and its environment / Glenn R. Smucker. Geography -- Natural resources. Land use and water ; Forestry and fuelwood ; Mining ; Coastal and marine resource ; Biodiversity ; Environmental crisis -- Population. Demographic profile ; Migration -- Social structure. The upper middle class ; The middle class ; Peasants ; Urban lower class -- Gender roles and marriage -- The language question. French and Creole ; Changes in language use ; Creole, literacy, and education -- Religious life. Voodoo ; Roman Catholicism ; Protestantism -- Education. Primary schools ; Secondary schools ; Higher education -- Health. Fertility and family planning ; Nutrition and disease ; Health services ; Welfare -- Haiti: the economy / Boulos A. Malik. Stages of development -- Economic policies. Structural policy ; Fiscal policy ; Finance ; Balance of payments ; External debt ; Foreign aid -- Labor -- Agriculture. Land tenure ; Cash crops ; Food crops ; Forestry ; Livestock and fishing -- Industry. Manufacturing ; Assembly sector ; Construction ; Mining ; Energy ; Transportation and communications ; Tourism -- Outlook -- Haiti: government and politics / Robert E. Maguire. From an international intervention to the presidency of René Préval, September 1994-December 1999. Restoration of constitutional government, September 1994-September 1995 ; Presidential transition, October 1995-March 1997 ; Balance of power and political gridlock, April 1997-January 1999 ; Unbalanced power: January-December 1999 ; Toward municipal, parliamentary, and presidential elections -- Constitutional framework -- Constitutional system. Governmental institutions ; Functions of government ; Urban dominance, rural exclusion: confronting entrenched patterns -- Political dynamics. Political players and patterns of participation ; Maintenance and transfer of power ; The presidency and political culture ; Perceptions of democracy ; The mass media and the spread of information -- Interest groups. Political parties ; Duvalierists and makout ; The elite ; Civil society -- Foreign relations. Relations with the United States ; Relations with the Dominican Republic ; Relations with other countries -- Haiti: national security / Jean Tartter. The military in Haitian history. The Duvalier era, 1957-86 ; The post-Duvalier period ; Disintegration and demobilization of the Haitian army, 1993-95 -- Structure and capabilities of the pre-1995 armed forces. Military spending and foreign assistance ; Role of the army in law enforcement prior to 1995 -- Haiti's external and domestic security concerns -- Internal security since 1994. National police ; Recruitment, training, and equipment -- Respect for human rights -- Multinational security assistance -- Judicial system. Prison system ; Narcotics trafficking
  • List of figures. Dominican Republic and Haiti: topography and drainage ; Dominican Republic: administrative divisions, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: population distribution by age and sex, 1993 census ; Dominican Republic: transportation system, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: structure of the government, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: organization of the armed forces, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: military bases and headquarters, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: officer ranks and insignia, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: enlisted ranks and insignia, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: organization of internal security agencies, 1999 ; Haiti: administrative divisions, 1999 ; Haiti: population distribution by age and sex, 1995 ; Haiti: transportation system, 1999 ; Organization of the Haitian national police, 1999
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd edition, 1st printing, 2001
Extent
1 online resource (xxvii, 586 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Dominican Republic and Haiti : country studies, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Helen Chapin Metz
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • "Research completed December 1999."
  • ©2010 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 517-555) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dominican Republic: historical setting / Jonathan Hartlyn. The first colony -- The struggle for formal sovereignty -- Ambivalent sovereignty, caudillo rule, and political instability. The infant republic, 1844-61 ; Annexation by Spain, 1861-65 ; The contest for power, 1865-82 -- Ulises Heureaux, growing financial dependence, and continued instability. Ulises Heureaux, 1882-99 ; Growing financial dependence and political instability -- From the United States occupation (1916-24) to the emergence of Trujillo (1930) -- The Trujillo era, 1930-61 -- Democratic struggles and failures ; Authoritarian Balaguer, 1966-78 -- The PRD in power and Balaguer, again -- A new beginning? -- Dominican Republic: the society and its environment / Lamar C. Wilson and Patricia Kluck. Geography . Natural regions ; Drainage ; Climate -- Population. Size and growth ; Population distribution ; Migration ; Urbanization -- Racial and ethnic groups. Ethnic heritage ; Modern immigration ; Haitians -- Urban society. The elite ; The middle sector ; The urban poor -- Rural society. Family and social relationships ; Land and poverty ; Sugar plantations ; Mixed farming -- Family and kin -- Religion -- Culture. Literature ; Historical movements and architecture ; Popular culture: dance, music, and baseball -- Education. Primary and secondary ; University -- Health and social security -- Dominican Republic: the economy / Boulos A. Malik. A developing economy -- Economic policies. Fiscal policy ; Government role ; Privatization -- Labor -- Agriculture. Land policies ; Land use ; Cash crops ; Livestock ; Forestry and fishing -- Industry. Manufacturing ; Mining ; Construction ; Energy -- Services. Transportation ; Communications ; Tourism -- Foreign economic relations. Foreign trade and balance of payments ; Foreign assistance -- Outlook -- Dominican Republic: government and politics / Jonathan Hartlyn. Historical legacies of authoritarian rule -- The contemporary struggle for democracy -- System of government. The evolution of constitutional doctrine ; The executive ; The legislature ; The judiciary ; Public administration ; Local government ; Electoral system -- Political parties -- Interest groups and social actors. Economic elites ; Middle class ; Trade unions and popular organizations ; Mass media ; Roman Catholic Church ; Armed forces -- Foreign relations -- Domincan Republic: national security / Jean Tartter. History and development of the armed forces -- Role of the military in public life missions -- Armed forces organization, training, and equipment. Army ; Navy ; Air force ; Manpower ; Defense spending ; Ranks, uniforms, and insignia -- Internal security and public order. National police ; Criminal justice system ; Respect for human rights ; Penal system ; Narcotics trafficking
  • Haiti: historical setting / Anne Green. Spanish discovery and colonization, 1492-1697 -- French colony of Saint-Domingue, 1697-1803 -- Fight for independence, 1791-1803 -- Early years of independence, 1804-43. Partition of Haiti, 1811-20 ; Jean-Pierre Boyer reunites Haiti, 1820-43 -- Increasing stability, 1843-1915 -- United States involvement in Haiti, 1915-34 -- From the end of the United States occupation to Duvalier, 1934-57 -- François Duvalier, 1957-71 -- Jean-Claude Duvalier, 1971-86 -- Post-Duvalier era, 1986-90 -- Aristide presidency, February 7, 1991-September 30, 1991 -- Military coup overthrows Aristide, September 30, 1991-October 1994 -- Democracy restored, 1994-96 -- Haiti: the society and its environment / Glenn R. Smucker. Geography -- Natural resources. Land use and water ; Forestry and fuelwood ; Mining ; Coastal and marine resource ; Biodiversity ; Environmental crisis -- Population. Demographic profile ; Migration -- Social structure. The upper middle class ; The middle class ; Peasants ; Urban lower class -- Gender roles and marriage -- The language question. French and Creole ; Changes in language use ; Creole, literacy, and education -- Religious life. Voodoo ; Roman Catholicism ; Protestantism -- Education. Primary schools ; Secondary schools ; Higher education -- Health. Fertility and family planning ; Nutrition and disease ; Health services ; Welfare -- Haiti: the economy / Boulos A. Malik. Stages of development -- Economic policies. Structural policy ; Fiscal policy ; Finance ; Balance of payments ; External debt ; Foreign aid -- Labor -- Agriculture. Land tenure ; Cash crops ; Food crops ; Forestry ; Livestock and fishing -- Industry. Manufacturing ; Assembly sector ; Construction ; Mining ; Energy ; Transportation and communications ; Tourism -- Outlook -- Haiti: government and politics / Robert E. Maguire. From an international intervention to the presidency of René Préval, September 1994-December 1999. Restoration of constitutional government, September 1994-September 1995 ; Presidential transition, October 1995-March 1997 ; Balance of power and political gridlock, April 1997-January 1999 ; Unbalanced power: January-December 1999 ; Toward municipal, parliamentary, and presidential elections -- Constitutional framework -- Constitutional system. Governmental institutions ; Functions of government ; Urban dominance, rural exclusion: confronting entrenched patterns -- Political dynamics. Political players and patterns of participation ; Maintenance and transfer of power ; The presidency and political culture ; Perceptions of democracy ; The mass media and the spread of information -- Interest groups. Political parties ; Duvalierists and makout ; The elite ; Civil society -- Foreign relations. Relations with the United States ; Relations with the Dominican Republic ; Relations with other countries -- Haiti: national security / Jean Tartter. The military in Haitian history. The Duvalier era, 1957-86 ; The post-Duvalier period ; Disintegration and demobilization of the Haitian army, 1993-95 -- Structure and capabilities of the pre-1995 armed forces. Military spending and foreign assistance ; Role of the army in law enforcement prior to 1995 -- Haiti's external and domestic security concerns -- Internal security since 1994. National police ; Recruitment, training, and equipment -- Respect for human rights -- Multinational security assistance -- Judicial system. Prison system ; Narcotics trafficking
  • List of figures. Dominican Republic and Haiti: topography and drainage ; Dominican Republic: administrative divisions, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: population distribution by age and sex, 1993 census ; Dominican Republic: transportation system, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: structure of the government, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: organization of the armed forces, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: military bases and headquarters, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: officer ranks and insignia, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: enlisted ranks and insignia, 1999 ; Dominican Republic: organization of internal security agencies, 1999 ; Haiti: administrative divisions, 1999 ; Haiti: population distribution by age and sex, 1995 ; Haiti: transportation system, 1999 ; Organization of the Haitian national police, 1999
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd edition, 1st printing, 2001
Extent
1 online resource (xxvii, 586 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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