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ERIC Number: ED069819
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 465
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The Puerto Rican Community and Its Children on the Mainland: A Source Book for Teachers, Social Workers and Other Professionals.
Cordasco, Francesco; Bucchioni, Eugene
This collection of readings is organized in four parts. Part I, "Aspects of Puerto Rican culture," includes the following articles: "Explicit and implicit culture in Puerto Rico: a case study in educational anthropology," T. Brameld; "Respeto, relajo, and interpersonal relations in Puerto Rico," A. Lauria; "Puerto Rican spiritualist as a psychiatrist," L. H. Rogler and A. B. Hollingshead; and others. Part II, "The Puerto Rican family," includes such articles as: "Family and fertility in Puerto Rico," J. M. Stycos; "Research on the Puerto Rican family in the United States," C. Senior; and "The Puerto Rican Family and the Anthropologist: Oscar Lewis, 'La Vida' and The Culture of Poverty," F. Cordasco. Part III, "The Puerto Rican experience on the mainland: conflict and acculturation," comprises a statistical profile of the Puerto Rican community of New York and such articles as "Neighbors--Puerto Rican, Negro, Italian," P. Sexton; "Anomie and the 'quest for community': the formation of sects among the Puerto Ricans of New York," R. Poblete; and others. Part IV, "The Puerto Rican experience on the mainland: Puerto Rican children in North American schools," includes such articles as "Report on visits to New York City Schools," J. J. Osuna; "What are the educational needs of Puerto Ricans who come to New York?" C. Oliveras; and others. (JM)
Scarecrow Press, Inc., Metuchen, N.J. ($10.00)
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Identifiers - Location: New York; Puerto Rico