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Chicano professionals : culture, conflict, and identity

Author: Tamis Hoover Rentería
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 1998.
Series: Latino communities.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tamis Hoover Rentería
ISBN: 0815330936 9780815330936
OCLC Number: 37770484
Description: xxvii, 219 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: A Cultural Interpretive Approach; Cohort Analysis; The Movement; The Chicano Professional Culture of Los Angeles: A Preview --
I. Mapping the Cultural Territory. 1. Generations: Ritual Politics: Of Grapes and Glitter. 2. Networks: The Familia: Cohesion and Conflict. 3. Identity: What's in a Name? Chicanos, Latinos, Mexican Americans and Hispanics --
II. Race and the Roots of Resistance. 4. Race and Gender: The Body Language of Ethnic Identity. 5. Race, Racism and the Power of Stories --
III. Negotiating a New Class Identity. 6. Status and the Trappings of Class. 7. Serving the Gente: An Alternative Professionalism --
IV. The Assimilation Myth. 8. Tortillas, Beans, and Bilingualism: Transformed Meanings.
Series Title: Latino communities.
Responsibility: Tamis Hoover Rentería.
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