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Author Cobas, José A.

Title Latino Peoples in the New America : Racialization and Resistance
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (265 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I RACIAL OPPRESSION: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PATTERNS; CHAPTER 1 LINCHAMIENTOS: MOB VIOLENCE AGAINST PERSONS OF MEXICAN DESCENT IN THE UNITED STATES; CHAPTER 2 ALL MEANS AT ITS DISPOSAL TO LIMIT LATINO POLITICAL POWER: THE WHITE SUPREMACY POLITICAL AGENDA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-FIRST CENTURIES; CHAPTER 3 HOW A SHOWBOAT SHERIFF INSTITUTIONALIZED RACIALLY PROFILING LATINOS IN ARIZONA
CHAPTER 4 ""PRO-LATINO"" RACIAL FRAMING: HOW WHITE EMPLOYERS JUSTIFY THEIR EXPLOITATION OF LATINO LABORERSPART II HEMISPHERIC AND GLOBAL RACIALIZATION; CHAPTER 5 THE RACIALIZATION OF DOMINICANS IN THE UNITED STATES AND SWITZERLAND; CHAPTER 6 RACIAL NATIONALISMS IN THE US TERRITORY OF PUERTO RICO; PART III SURVIVING AND COUNTERING RACIAL OPPRESSION; CHAPTER 7 WHAT I WANT TO PASS ONTO THE CHILDREN: HOW LATINOS TALK ABOUT RACE AND CULTURE; CHAPTER 8 A GUIDING TEXT FOR LATINO RACIAL IDENTITY RESEARCH AND THEORY
CHAPTER 9 RACIALIZATION AND STRATEGIES OF RESISTANCE AMONG UNDOCUMENTED LATINO YOUNG ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATESCHAPTER 10 WHITE SUPREMACY, RACIAL EPISTEMOLOGIES, AND THE CREATION OF THE TEJANO MONUMENT IN AUSTIN, TEXAS; CHAPTER 11 THE LATINO FUTURE IN THE US: A LATINA POLITICAL SCIENTIST'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF DESCRIPTIVE REPRESENTATION; INDEX
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Form Electronic book
Author Chávez, Maria
Delgado, Daniel J.
Feagin, Joe R.
ISBN 0429423985
0429753624
0429753632 (electronic bk.)
0429753640
9780429423987
9780429753626
9780429753633 (electronic bk.)
9780429753640
(hbk.)