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ERIC Number: ED133129
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 171
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The Spanish Speaking in the United States: A Guide to Materials.
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People, Washington, DC.
The bibliography cites more than 1,300 books, bibliographies, essays, and other materials dealing with the Spanish speaking population (i.e., Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Cuban refugees) and their role in the social, political, educational, and institutional development of the U.S. Published between 1900 and 1971, the materials represent a broad range of perceptions, philosophies, and approaches. The bibliography is divided into nine sections: (1) Bibliographies; (2) Books and Monographs; (3) Articles, Reports, Speeches; (4) Dissertations and Other Unpublished Materials; (5) Government Publications: State and Federal; (6) Audio-Visual Materials; (7) Project Leer Listing of U.S. Producers or Distributors of Spanish Audio-Visual Material; (8) Listing of Currently Published Serials (State-by-State); and (9) Listing of Spanish Language Radio and TV Stations and Programs (State-by-State). Topics covered include: acculturation, American Indians, Aztecs, border disputes and towns, braceros, California history, civil rights, community development, culture, explorations, education, the family, farm problems, folk medicine, the grape strike, health problems, housing, immigration, marriage, literature, Mexican history and influences, migratory labor, minority groups, racial problems, politics, social conditions, language problems, and folklore. A subject index is provided. (NQ)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
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Authoring Institution: Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People, Washington, DC.
Identifiers - Location: United States