Dictatorship: The Imposition of U.S. Culture on Latin America Through Translation. Peter A. Neissa. ISBN: 978-1-888205-10-7. $24.95.
This book focuses on how a dictator or a culturally dominant power can use language to impose cultural values. As an instrument of power, language is used by a dictator to educate, induce, or manipulate a nation's citizens into acting in accordance with the ruling power's cultural values and beliefs.
Latino social and political literature, Latin American literary criticism, South American literary criticism, Literary social and linguistic analysis Latin America, Hispanic prose, Latino Non-Fiction, Latin American political conditions Non-Fiction, Hispanic analytical prose Language, Latin American Social and economic conditions in literature, Latin American dictatorships and language, Best Seller