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Alper, Paul – Higher Education Review, 2010
The new objects of public and open prejudice are Hispanics, primarily Mexicans due to their large population and their proximity to the United States. Because the Iraq War is such a disaster on all fronts, conservatives and reactionaries have shifted their patriotic fervour from invading foreign countries to inveighing against brown-skinned…
Descriptors: North Americans, Foreign Nationals, Fear, Stranger Reactions
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Altbach, Philip G. – Change, 1994
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which promises closer economic relations between Canada, the United States, and Mexico, has implications for higher education. These include the need for better understanding of the different educational systems, more educational and cultural exchange, and expanded area studies and language…
Descriptors: Area Studies, Change Strategies, Economic Climate, Educational Change