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Hispanics in the United States

Laird W. Bergad

Hispanics in the United States

a demographic, social, and economic history, 1980-2005

by Laird W. Bergad

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hispanic Americans -- History,
  • Hispanic Americans -- Population,
  • Hispanic Americans -- Social conditions,
  • Hispanic Americans -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLaird W. Bergad, Herbert S. Klein.
    ContributionsKlein, Herbert S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE184.S75 B47 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23935573M
    ISBN 109780521889537
    LC Control Number2009042402

    In addition to arriving from the same hemisphere, Latinos coming to the U. These news stories feature Latinos in folkloric costumes singing and dancing to the music of their homeland, and enjoying traditional foods. Google Scholar Grosfoguel, R. Google Scholar Greene, Jay P. Anglos and Mexicans in the Making of Texas, — Atlas of Stateside Puerto Ricans.

    In contrast to Anglo media, these "youth media" covered positive Mexican youth activities such as conferences and sporting events and also profiled paisanos who had succeeded in school, sports, community activities, and professionally. But the case accomplished much more than that. Racial Transformation and the Changing Nature of Segregation. Hispanic Education in the United States.

    Latino-Americans are examined over this twenty-five year period in terms of their demographic structures, changing patterns of wealth and poverty, educational attainment, citizenship and voter participation, occupational structures, employment, and unemployment. Food and the Making of Mexican Identity. A graduate of Dartmouth College, she received her Ph. Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital.


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Reproduction in Education, Society, and Culture. Cristina Mora traces the commercial, political and cultural interests that colluded in the s to create a national Hispanic identity and, in turn, boosted the political clout of Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans and other Latin Americans in the United States.

With better editing, some essays could have been presented in a more interesting fashion for a lay audience. Baolian Quin Eds. The answer is that hispano simply means that which is related to the Spanish language.

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They organized labor unions, which some cigar factory owners blamed on the influence of the lectores. Their roots go back to the nation's earliest years, when expansionists driven by what became known as Manifest Destiny cast eyes on lands held by Spain and Mexico.

I say Hispanic. You say Latino. How did the whole thing start?

Google Scholar Massey, Douglas S. As Latinos have more media choices, each media outlet must also fight for its audience share. Google Scholar Helfand, Duke.

Google Scholar Yosso, Tara J. In its first issue, El Tecolote described its mission "to inform and to create a community Anglo-Americans treated them as a foreign underclass and perpetuated stereotypes that those who spoke Spanish were lazy, stupid and undeserving.

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Google Scholar Hispanic Deopout Project. His research focuses on ways in which Mexican immigrants and Mexican Americans have used culture, politics, sports, and forms of leisure to build community solidarity, construct gender and ethnic identities, and forge inter-ethnic relations with other groups in order to advance politically and economically.

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