Gibson: Hispanic Studies
trouvé: 5 livres

 
CHAVEZ, LINDA
Out of the Barrio Toward a New Politics of Hispanic Assimilation
New York NY: Harpercollins, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 0465054307. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Documents the progress of second-generation Hispanics over the last two decades, arguing that Hispanic leaders should stop treating them as a permanently disadvantaged group; 208 pages.
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N° du livre: 59427
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Catalogue: Hispanic Studies
Mots-clés: 0465054307 Hispanic Studies Hispanic Chavez, Linda Politics

 LEWIS, OSCAR, Children of Sanchez Autobiography of a Mexican Family
LEWIS, OSCAR
Children of Sanchez Autobiography of a Mexican Family
New York NY: Random House, 1961. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear; 499 pages.
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N° du livre: 65598
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Catalogue: Hispanic Studies
Mots-clés: Lewis, Oscar Sanchez Mexico Anthropology Sociology Mexico City Families Family Studies
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 LEWIS, OSCAR, Pedro Martinez a Mexico Peasant and His Family
LEWIS, OSCAR
Pedro Martinez a Mexico Peasant and His Family
New York NY: Random House, 1964. Hardcover. Illustrated by Alberto Beltran Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear; 507 pages.
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N° du livre: 61340
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Catalogue: Hispanic Studies
Mots-clés: Lewis, Oscar Sanchez Mexico Anthropology Sociology Mexico City Families Family Studies
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NAVARRETTE, RUBEN
Darker Shade of Crimson Odyssey of a Harvard Chicano
New York: Bantam, 1993. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 0553089986. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; For Latinos, who will soon the the largest minority group in America, the doors of higher education have opened only a crack. But in 1985 an ambitious young Mexican-American from California's rural San Joaquin Valley became one of the few to enter America's most prestigious univeristy. The lessons Ruben Navarrette, Jr. Learned as he journeyed from his middle-class surroundings to an exclusive 350-year-old world of privilege would forever alter his life, shape his views on the relationship between education and ethnicity, and define his conception of self; 270 pages.
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N° du livre: 33956
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Catalogue: Hispanic Studies
Mots-clés: 0553089986 Chicano Studies Harvard Univeristy Navarrette, Ruben 1st Edition College Life Education

 
TEBBEL, JOHN AND RAMON RUIZ
South By Southwest the Mexican-American and His Heritage
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1969. Third Printing. Softcover. ISBN: 0385000847. Illustrated by Earl Thollander Very Good with no dust jacket; Wear at edges. Previous owner's name. Foredges of pages have been marked in red; Trade PB; 122 pages.
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N° du livre: 28573
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Catalogue: Hispanic Studies
Mots-clés: 0385000847 Mexican-americans Tebbel, John Ruiz, Ramon Illustrated Thollander, Earl Latino Studies

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