Avella-Camarero, L. — Garcia-Perez, F. (2010): La actividad exportadora: Causa o efecto de la competitividad de las pymes manufactureras españolas? [Export activity: Cause or effect of the competitiveness of Spanish manufacturing SMEs?]. Revista de
Basque and Nahuatl are special in that they form certain kinds of islands in the Spanish-speaking world. Both languages differ from Spanish: Basque is not an Indo-European language, its origin is unknown; Nahuatl belongs to the Uto-Aztec language family. Basque is an agglutinating, whereas Nahuatl is an incorporating language. Both live in a close coexistence with Spanish, which is one of the most common spoken languages in the world. In spite of this co-existence with the dominant Spanish language and culture for centuries, Basque-and Nahuatl-speaking minorities have preserved their identity and vitality. This paper intends to give a brief overview of Basque and Nahuatl, linguistic policy, as well as literature in these two languages
Authors:Jesús Castro-Calvo, Rafael Ballester-Arnal, Joel Billieux, Beatriz Gil-Juliá, and María Dolores Gil-Llario
convergence of existing screening tools. Castro-Calvo, Ballester-Arnal, and Gil-Llario ( 2015 ) conducted a study in which three sexual addiction screening scales were administered to 600 Spanish youths. Their results revealed high correlations between scales
Authors:Hibai Lopez-Gonzalez, Ana Estévez, and Mark D. Griffiths
language, or administered it in English form to non-native English speakers ( Bonnaire et al., 2017 ; Hanss et al., 2015 ).
This study was conducted in Spain, and the PG prevalence is in line with most of the western countries. Using the Spanish