The work explores the cultural and political journey of the nearly 50 million Hispanic-Americans living in the United States.
Vortices form in stirred fluids, and may be observed in phenomena such as smoke rings, whirlpools in the wake of boat, or the winds surrounding a tornado or dust devil.
Once in place, they corresponded with family and friends, encouraging them to escape the mounting peril that Hitler had envisioned as the Final Solution.
Norwegian publisher IP Plans has published this book.
The countercultural and leftist movements of the 1960s and 1970s vociferously espoused their opposition to hierarchical sociocultural norms, especially the use of polite language forms like keigo.
Itō Takashi notes that, since the late 1990s, the age cohorts of the Sixties Generation have expressed lower levels of alienation and higher levels of trust in core political institutions; however, this book has found that when disaggregated by gender and class, the data indicate that attitudes toward key social values, which were linked to political attitudes, had begun to shift by the late 1970s.
The book centers on Michele Windsor, who accidentally begins to travel through time and meet her ancestors as well as a love interest.
This book is Russian Roulette, and was released in 2013.