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Contemporary Spain, Christopher J. Ross, Bill Richardson, Begoña Sangrador-Vegas

Label
Contemporary Spain
Title
Contemporary Spain
Statement of responsibility
Christopher J. Ross, Bill Richardson, Begoña Sangrador-Vegas
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1952-
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Ross, Christopher J.
Dewey number
946.084
Index
index present
LC call number
DP 26 .R66 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1953-
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  • Richardson, Bill
  • Sangrador-Vegas, Begoña
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  • Spain
  • Students
  • Students
  • Spain
  • Géographie politique
  • Political geography
  • Nationalisme
  • Nationalism
  • Régionalisme
  • Regionalism
  • Politique
  • Politics
  • Science économique
  • Economics
  • Environnement
  • Environment
  • Administration de la justice
  • Administration of justice
  • Médias
  • Media
  • Manuels
  • Manuals
  • Espagne
  • Spain
Label
Contemporary Spain, Christopher J. Ross, Bill Richardson, Begoña Sangrador-Vegas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 0.1.The nineteenth century and its lengthy aftermath -- 0.2.The transition to democracy -- 0.3.Glossary -- 0.4.Explore more -- 1.1.The monarchy -- 1.2.Parliament -- 1.2.1.Election, structure and composition -- 1.2.2.Organization and procedure -- 1.2.3.Legislation -- 1.2.4.Parliamentary control -- 1.3.Central government -- 1.3.1.Pre-eminence of government -- 1.3.2.The Prime Minister -- 1.3.3.Cabinet and ministries -- 1.3.4.The Spanish civil service -- 1.4.Regional government -- 1.4.1.The regions and their institutions -- 1.4.2.Regional powers -- 1.4.3.Funding -- 1.4.4.Towards federalism? -- 1.5.Local government -- 1.5.1.Municipalities -- 1.5.2.Provinces -- 1.6.Glossary -- 1.7.Explore more -- 2.1.Spanish parties: general features -- 2.2.The party system -- 2.3.The Socialist Party -- 2.3.1.Structure -- 2.3.2.Leaders -- 2.3.3.Policies -- 2.3.4.Strategy and support base -- 2.4.The People's Party -- 2.4.1.Gestation -- 2.4.2.Structure and leaders --
  • Note continued: 2.4.3.Policies -- 2.4.4.Strategy and support base -- 2.5.New kids on the block -- 2.5.1.Citizens -- 2.5.2.Podemos -- 2.6.Glossary -- 2.7.Explore more -- 3.1.Catalonia -- 3.1.1.Convergence and Union -- 3.1.2.The Catalan Socialist Party -- 3.1.3.Catalan Republican Left -- 3.1.4.Green Initiative for Catalonia -- 3.2.The Basque Country -- 3.2.1.The Basque Nationalist Party -- 3.2.2.The nationalist left -- 3.2.3.The Basque Socialist Party-Basque Left -- 3.3.Other regions -- 3.4.Glossary -- 3.5.Explore more -- 4.1.Spain and the European Union -- 4.1.1.Spain and the integration process -- 4.1.1.1.From pariah to partner -- 4.1.1.2.In the vanguard -- 4.1.1.3.A maturing relationship with Europe -- 4.1.2.Spain in the EU machinery -- 4.1.2.1.Spain's assured representation -- 4.1.2.2.Spaniards in appointed posts -- 4.1.2.3.Communication with the EU -- 4.2.Spain beyond Europe -- 4.2.1.Latin America -- 4.2.2.The United States -- 4.2.3.Africa -- 4.3.Glossary --
  • Note continued: 4.4.Explore more -- 5.1.The boom-and-bust cycle -- 5.1.1.Apertura, ajuste and boom -- 5.1.2.Recession and recovery -- 5.1.3.Crisis and austerity -- 5.2.Major economic issues -- 5.2.1.Balance of payments -- 5.2.2.Monetary aspects -- 5.2.3.Public finances -- 5.2.4.Unemployment and labour law reform -- 5.3.Structure of the Spanish economy -- 5.3.1.Sectoral and geographical structure -- 5.3.1.1.Primary sector -- 5.3.1.2.Industry -- 5.3.1.3.Financial sector -- 5.3.1.4.Services -- 5.3.2.Regional differences -- 5.4.Spanish companies -- 5.4.1.Public sector -- 5.4.2.Private sector -- 5.5.Economic lobby groups -- 5.5.1.Trade unions -- 5.5.1.1.Organization and status -- 5.5.1.2.In search of a strategy -- 5.5.2.Employers' organizations -- 5.6.Glossary -- 5.7.Explore more -- 6.1.Emigration and immigration -- 6.1.1.From emigration to immigration, and back -- 6.1.2.Economic and social implications of immigration -- 6.2.Civil discontent: the 'outraged' --
  • Note continued: 6.3.The situation of women -- 6.4.Other social challenges -- 6.4.1.The situation of the LGBT community -- 6.4.2.Providing for old age -- 6.4.3.Disabled people -- 6.5.Glossary -- 6.6.Explore more -- 7.1.Social security -- 7.1.1.Francoism's legacy -- 7.1.2.Reform and its limits -- 7.2.Healthcare -- 7.2.1.The Spanish NHS -- 7.2.2.Resource problems -- 7.2.3.Primary care -- 7.3.Education -- 7.3.1.Reforming the educational system -- 7.3.2.The organization of Spanish education -- 7.3.2.1.Higher education -- 7.3.2.2.School education -- 7.3.2.3.Vocational training -- 7.3.2.4.Further, continuing and special education -- 7.4.Glossary -- 7.5.Explore more -- 8.1.Pollution -- 8.1.1.Air pollution -- 8.1.2.Water pollution and dumping of wastes -- 8.2.Landscape change -- 8.2.1.Deforestation and reforestation -- 8.2.2.Desertification -- 8.2.3.Ecological and economic impact -- 8.3.Protection of the environment -- 8.3.1.Environmental authorities --
  • Note continued: 8.3.2.Shifting priorities -- 8.4.Glossary -- 8.5.Explore more -- 9.1.The legal system -- 9.1.1.The General Council of the Judiciary -- 9.1.2.Public interest -- 9.1.3.Courts -- 9.1.4.A system in crisis -- 9.2.The military -- 9.2.1.Transition and the army -- 9.2.2.Modernization and reform -- 9.3.The forces of public order -- 9.3.1.Civil Guard -- 9.3.2.Police -- 9.4.The prison service -- 9.5.Crime and civil liberties -- 9.5.1.Changing nature of crime -- 9.5.2.Civil liberties -- 9.5.3.The 1995 Criminal Code and its revisions -- 9.5.4.The 11-M and its aftermath -- 9.6.Glossary -- 9.7.Explore more -- 10.1.The media -- 10.1.1.The media and the state -- 10.1.2.The press -- 10.1.3.Radio -- 10.1.4.Television -- 10.1.5.Digital media -- 10.2.Film -- 10.2.1.Contemporary Spanish cinema -- 10.2.2.Spanish film genres -- 10.2.2.1.Historical -- 10.2.2.2.Comedy -- 10.2.2.3.Horror, thriller and suspense -- 10.2.3.Major Spanish directors -- 10.2.3.1.Luis Builuel --
  • Note continued: 10.2.3.2.Carlos Saura -- 10.2.3.3.Pedro Almodóvar -- 10.2.3.4.Other key directors -- 10.3.Glossary -- 10.4.Explore more
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Fourth edition.
Extent
xix, 334 pages
Isbn
9780415747875
Lccn
2015025826
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40025990838
System control number
  • (OCoLC)914225347
  • (OCoLC)ocn914225347
Label
Contemporary Spain, Christopher J. Ross, Bill Richardson, Begoña Sangrador-Vegas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 0.1.The nineteenth century and its lengthy aftermath -- 0.2.The transition to democracy -- 0.3.Glossary -- 0.4.Explore more -- 1.1.The monarchy -- 1.2.Parliament -- 1.2.1.Election, structure and composition -- 1.2.2.Organization and procedure -- 1.2.3.Legislation -- 1.2.4.Parliamentary control -- 1.3.Central government -- 1.3.1.Pre-eminence of government -- 1.3.2.The Prime Minister -- 1.3.3.Cabinet and ministries -- 1.3.4.The Spanish civil service -- 1.4.Regional government -- 1.4.1.The regions and their institutions -- 1.4.2.Regional powers -- 1.4.3.Funding -- 1.4.4.Towards federalism? -- 1.5.Local government -- 1.5.1.Municipalities -- 1.5.2.Provinces -- 1.6.Glossary -- 1.7.Explore more -- 2.1.Spanish parties: general features -- 2.2.The party system -- 2.3.The Socialist Party -- 2.3.1.Structure -- 2.3.2.Leaders -- 2.3.3.Policies -- 2.3.4.Strategy and support base -- 2.4.The People's Party -- 2.4.1.Gestation -- 2.4.2.Structure and leaders --
  • Note continued: 2.4.3.Policies -- 2.4.4.Strategy and support base -- 2.5.New kids on the block -- 2.5.1.Citizens -- 2.5.2.Podemos -- 2.6.Glossary -- 2.7.Explore more -- 3.1.Catalonia -- 3.1.1.Convergence and Union -- 3.1.2.The Catalan Socialist Party -- 3.1.3.Catalan Republican Left -- 3.1.4.Green Initiative for Catalonia -- 3.2.The Basque Country -- 3.2.1.The Basque Nationalist Party -- 3.2.2.The nationalist left -- 3.2.3.The Basque Socialist Party-Basque Left -- 3.3.Other regions -- 3.4.Glossary -- 3.5.Explore more -- 4.1.Spain and the European Union -- 4.1.1.Spain and the integration process -- 4.1.1.1.From pariah to partner -- 4.1.1.2.In the vanguard -- 4.1.1.3.A maturing relationship with Europe -- 4.1.2.Spain in the EU machinery -- 4.1.2.1.Spain's assured representation -- 4.1.2.2.Spaniards in appointed posts -- 4.1.2.3.Communication with the EU -- 4.2.Spain beyond Europe -- 4.2.1.Latin America -- 4.2.2.The United States -- 4.2.3.Africa -- 4.3.Glossary --
  • Note continued: 4.4.Explore more -- 5.1.The boom-and-bust cycle -- 5.1.1.Apertura, ajuste and boom -- 5.1.2.Recession and recovery -- 5.1.3.Crisis and austerity -- 5.2.Major economic issues -- 5.2.1.Balance of payments -- 5.2.2.Monetary aspects -- 5.2.3.Public finances -- 5.2.4.Unemployment and labour law reform -- 5.3.Structure of the Spanish economy -- 5.3.1.Sectoral and geographical structure -- 5.3.1.1.Primary sector -- 5.3.1.2.Industry -- 5.3.1.3.Financial sector -- 5.3.1.4.Services -- 5.3.2.Regional differences -- 5.4.Spanish companies -- 5.4.1.Public sector -- 5.4.2.Private sector -- 5.5.Economic lobby groups -- 5.5.1.Trade unions -- 5.5.1.1.Organization and status -- 5.5.1.2.In search of a strategy -- 5.5.2.Employers' organizations -- 5.6.Glossary -- 5.7.Explore more -- 6.1.Emigration and immigration -- 6.1.1.From emigration to immigration, and back -- 6.1.2.Economic and social implications of immigration -- 6.2.Civil discontent: the 'outraged' --
  • Note continued: 6.3.The situation of women -- 6.4.Other social challenges -- 6.4.1.The situation of the LGBT community -- 6.4.2.Providing for old age -- 6.4.3.Disabled people -- 6.5.Glossary -- 6.6.Explore more -- 7.1.Social security -- 7.1.1.Francoism's legacy -- 7.1.2.Reform and its limits -- 7.2.Healthcare -- 7.2.1.The Spanish NHS -- 7.2.2.Resource problems -- 7.2.3.Primary care -- 7.3.Education -- 7.3.1.Reforming the educational system -- 7.3.2.The organization of Spanish education -- 7.3.2.1.Higher education -- 7.3.2.2.School education -- 7.3.2.3.Vocational training -- 7.3.2.4.Further, continuing and special education -- 7.4.Glossary -- 7.5.Explore more -- 8.1.Pollution -- 8.1.1.Air pollution -- 8.1.2.Water pollution and dumping of wastes -- 8.2.Landscape change -- 8.2.1.Deforestation and reforestation -- 8.2.2.Desertification -- 8.2.3.Ecological and economic impact -- 8.3.Protection of the environment -- 8.3.1.Environmental authorities --
  • Note continued: 8.3.2.Shifting priorities -- 8.4.Glossary -- 8.5.Explore more -- 9.1.The legal system -- 9.1.1.The General Council of the Judiciary -- 9.1.2.Public interest -- 9.1.3.Courts -- 9.1.4.A system in crisis -- 9.2.The military -- 9.2.1.Transition and the army -- 9.2.2.Modernization and reform -- 9.3.The forces of public order -- 9.3.1.Civil Guard -- 9.3.2.Police -- 9.4.The prison service -- 9.5.Crime and civil liberties -- 9.5.1.Changing nature of crime -- 9.5.2.Civil liberties -- 9.5.3.The 1995 Criminal Code and its revisions -- 9.5.4.The 11-M and its aftermath -- 9.6.Glossary -- 9.7.Explore more -- 10.1.The media -- 10.1.1.The media and the state -- 10.1.2.The press -- 10.1.3.Radio -- 10.1.4.Television -- 10.1.5.Digital media -- 10.2.Film -- 10.2.1.Contemporary Spanish cinema -- 10.2.2.Spanish film genres -- 10.2.2.1.Historical -- 10.2.2.2.Comedy -- 10.2.2.3.Horror, thriller and suspense -- 10.2.3.Major Spanish directors -- 10.2.3.1.Luis Builuel --
  • Note continued: 10.2.3.2.Carlos Saura -- 10.2.3.3.Pedro Almodóvar -- 10.2.3.4.Other key directors -- 10.3.Glossary -- 10.4.Explore more
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Fourth edition.
Extent
xix, 334 pages
Isbn
9780415747875
Lccn
2015025826
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40025990838
System control number
  • (OCoLC)914225347
  • (OCoLC)ocn914225347

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