ERIC Number: ED039282
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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Spanish-Speaking People in the United States: Proceedings of the 1968 Annual Spring Meeting of the American Ethnological Society.
Helm, June, Ed.
These proceedings are comprised of the following papers on Spanish-speaking people in the United States: "Sampling and generalization in anthropological research on Spanish-speaking groups" (T. Weaver); "Social class, assimilation and acculturation" (J. Moore); "The study of migrants as members of social systems" (L. Shannon); "Quantitative analyses of the urban experiences of Spanish-American migrants" (R. Hanson, O. Simmons, and W. McPhee); "Child's-eye-views of life in an urban barrio" (M. Goodman and A. Beman); "Folk medicine and the intercultural jest" (A. Paredes); "The Spanish-speaking population of Florida (M. Smith); "From dissonance to consonance and back again: Mexican Americans and correctional processes in a Southwest city" (J. Waddell); "A tri-ethnic trap: the Spanish Americans in Taos" (J. Bodine); "Factionalism and futility: a case study of political and economic reform in New Mexico" (T. Maloney); "The Alianza Movement: catalyst for social change in New Mexico" (F. Swadesh); "The Anglo side of acculturation" (P. Kutsche); and, "Economics, household competition, and the family cycle: the Blackfeet case" (L. Robbins). (JM)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Correctional Institutions, Elementary School Students, Ethnic Studies, Folk Culture, Migrants, Research Methodology, Social Action, Social Change, Social Class, Social Systems, Spanish Americans, Spanish Speaking, Urban Culture
University of Washington Press, Seattle, Wash. ($4.00)
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Authoring Institution: American Ethnological Society, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Florida; New Mexico
Note: Papers presented at the meeting of the American Ethnological Society, Detroit, Mich., May 3-4, 1968