ERIC Number: ED046576
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-May
Reference Count: N/A
Comparative U.S.-Mexico Border Studies.
Stoddard, Ellwyn R., Ed.
Four United States universities, one from each American state having a common boundary with Mexico, organized the Border-State University Consortium for Latin America. The organization emerged as an attempt to focus collectively on problems and situations immediately accessible for study in a series of publications entitled "Occasional Papers." This document contains 2 contributions to literature. The first contribution, as indicated by the title "Comparative Structures and Attitudes Along the U.S.-Mexico Border," is a comparison of social structures and attitudes from 2 distinct nationality groups. The second contribution, "Trends and Problems of Urbanization in the United States-Mexico Border Area," is the study of the patterns of internal migration and economic development in Latin American countries as related to the United States-Mexico border area. Included are bibliographies related to each paper. (EJ)
Descriptors: American Culture, Anglo Americans, Attitudes, Cross Cultural Studies, Immigrants, Latin American Culture, Organizations (Groups), Socioeconomic Influences, Universities
Coordinating Editor, Occasional Papers of the Border-State University Consortium for Latin America, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Tex. 79902 ($3.00)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Border-State University Consortium for Latin America, El Paso, Texas.
Identifiers - Location: Mexico