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ERIC Number: ED011215
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 83
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SOCIAL AND ATTITUDINAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MIGRANT AND EX-MIGRANT WORKERS--NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, ARIZONA AND TEXAS.
ULIBARRI, HORACIO
THE PURPOSE OF THIS RESEARCH REPORT WAS TO COLLECT SOCIOLOGICAL DATA ON THE ATTITUDINAL ORIENTATIONS OF MIGRANT WORKERS. THE SAMPLE CONSISTED OF 65 PERSONS OF SPANISH-AMERICAN HERITAGE. NO ATTEMPT AT RANDOMIZATION WAS MADE IN SELECTING THE SAMPLE. DATA WERE COLLECTED USING AN OPEN-ENDED TYPE INTERVIEW SCHEDULE. THOSE ATTITUDINAL CHARACTERISTICS SPECIFICALLY ISOLATED FOR STUDY WERE FAMILY, HEALTH, ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT, CHILDREN, RELIGION, AND RECREATION. CONCLUSIONS WERE DRAWN THAT (1) THE SAMPLE SHOWED PRESENT-TIME REWARD EXPECTATIONS IN ALL AREAS, (2) GREAT TIMIDITY AND PASSIVITY WAS SHOWN IN THE AREAS OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND ECONOMICS, (3) SATISFACTION WAS SHOWN IN FAMILY LIFE ALTHOUGH THE NUCLEAR FAMILY HAD IN MOST CASES REPLACED THE TRADITIONAL EXTENDED FAMILY, (4) THEY WERE FUTILITARIAN ABOUT THE EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN, (5) THEY SHOWED TENDENCIES OF RESIGNATION TO THEIR ECONOMIC STATUS, AND (6) THE SAMPLE SHOWED DEFINITE ETHNOCENTRIC TENDENCIES. (JM)
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Authoring Institution: New Mexico Univ., Albuquerque. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: New Mexico (Albuquerque)