An expatriate general manager of Bocagrande, a production division in Central America, wonders whether or not he should appoint Angelica, a professional woman native to the country of Morazan, to an executive position in their almost exclusively male dominated production division in Bocagrande. It was the manager’s decision, but the environment was clearly “machista”, or one characterized by an extreme view of male supremacy common to Latin America and even more extreme in the remotely located production division he managed. Yet Angelica had proven her ability. Could she handle a job in the division, or would she be destroyed by machismo?
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