The Cuban Rafter Phenomenon - Latin American & Caribbean Studies - LibGuides at Duke University

The Cuban Rafter Phenomenon - Latin American & Caribbean Studies - LibGuides at Duke University

The Cuban Rafter Phenomenon - Latin American & Caribbean Studies - LibGuides at Duke University

Compiled by: Holly Ackerman, Ph.D., Librarian for Latin American, Iberian & amp; Latino Studies, Duke University Libraries

Content of the Bibliography

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The primary selection criterion for inclusion In This bibliography is the extent to Which each item treats the subject of rafting. All or a substantial portion of the work must be dedicated to the rafter phenomenon.

Second, the equipment needs to be based in direct experience or, for non-participant authors, to be well grounded theoretically and methodologically. Basically, any participant in events who has published is included. The reason for this is simply to give readers detailed description from the rafters Themselves and to draw attention to hard to find materials Researchers That Might be unable to locate Otherwise. Testimonial accounts are Marked with an asterisk (*)

Formats include:. Non-fiction books, journal articles, dissertations, film, archives, government publications, occasional papers, reports & amp; proceedings.