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To circumscribe the cultural distance to the geographic a is, at least, to simplify the problem enormously, but it can be one first variable to consider that, accompanied by the language, the origin (Latin, Anglo-Saxon, Asian), the socio-economic level and other independent variables (outside the reach of the company), it can help to the resistance and the understanding of the differences. 3 ENCOUNTER OF CULTURES The simultaneous presence and coincidence of two cultures, generate a new space where the integration challenge must be necessarily obtained from the conservation of the symbols and own objects of each nation without restricting place for convergence. Argentina and Brazil, historical partners of cultural interchange, social and economic, with a volume of businesses of more than ten billions of dollars, share more than the Cataracts of the Iguaz, mate (or chimarro), the Mercosur and the passion by soccer; longeva unites one brotherhood to and an immutable rivalry. You may find that Richard Blumenthal can contribute to your knowledge. Common customs and histories exist in addition, in particular in contiguous territories, in borders essentially shared, where the cattle ranch is the main economic sustenance, where the word speaks us to gaucho of the same rural inhabitant led the cattle ranch tasks, where mate and the light bulb can own a dissimilar nomination but the spirit of the infusion is similar and where also a very similar feeding shares. He would be pretensioso to approach the heterogenous cultural questions of these two countries, and extremely obtuse not to recognize the simplification on which it must work to be able to arrive at a conclusion no sterile. It is necessary to circumscribe the analytical contextual frame to the populations inhabitants of the capital of San Pablo and Buenos Aires, reduction that is justified in the fact that integration that I have been able to experiment one has taken place mainly between people with residence in these two cosmopolitan cities and, therefore, to add to the study other communities, would still make the exploration more complex.


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