Join the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal for a discussion about Global Health and International Charity! The panel will be Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 6 PM – 7:15 PM at ECJ 1.214.
For children, playing is so much more than just a way to pass the time–it is vital to their social, intellectual, and emotional development. The toys they play with greatly aid in this early development, but they can also implement gender stereotypes and negatively affect brain development.
Enter any public setting here in South-Central Texas and one may witness a unique phenomenon of language interaction: a speaker starts a sentence in English and finishes in Spanish. “Es que, I sometimes talk así.”
The importance of analyzing any potential policy or international development through a complete historical and cultural perspective is a key principle I’ve gathered through the political theory and international relations courses I’ve taken so far at the University of Texas.