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ERIC Number: ED039282
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 215
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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)
University of Washington Press, Seattle, Wash. ($4.00)
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Authoring Institution: American Ethnological Society, Washington, DC.
Identifiers - Location: Florida; New Mexico