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The Mexican-American people : the Nation's second largest minority

Author: Leo Grebler; Joan W Moore; Ralph C Guzman; Jeffrey Lionel Berlant
Publisher: New York : Free Press, [1970]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Grebler, Leo.
Mexican-American people.
New York, Free Press [1970]
(OCoLC)556585327
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Grebler; Joan W Moore; Ralph C Guzman; Jeffrey Lionel Berlant
OCLC Number: 90382
Description: xvii, 777 pages : illustrations, forms, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Part one : The setting. Introduction --
A preview of socioeconomic conditions --
Part two : Historical perspective. Introductory note --
The milieu of the Southwest --
The ebb and flow of immigration --
Patterns of work and settlement --
Part three : Socioeconomic conditions : a detailed portrait. Introductory note --
Distinctive population patterns --
The education gap --
Income differentials --
Occupations and jobs --
Jobs and earnings --
Housing conditions --
Residential segregation --
Part four : The individual in the social system. Introductory note --
The social worlds of Mexican Americans --
Social class and social mobility --
The family : variations in time and space --
Ethnic perceptions and relations : ingroup and outgroup --
Intermarriage as an index of assimilation --
The tenacity of ethnic culture --
Part five : The role of churches. Introductory note --
Dynamics of the Catholic Church : from pastoral to social concern --
Protestants and Mexicans --
Part six : Political interaction. Introductory note --
Contact with governmental agencies --
Ethnic organizations and leadership --
Political effectiveness --
Part seven : Summary and conclusions. Past trends and future outlook --
Appendixes. Derivation of data on Mexican Americans from the U.S. census --
Sample design for the Los Angeles school study --
Supplemental tables on the Los Angeles school study --
Multiple regression analysis of factors related to achievement (Los Angeles study) --
Estimates of the characteristics of poor and of non-poor Spanish-surname families and individuals in the Southwest, 1960 --
A note on occupational classifications --
The index of residential dissimilarity and problems of its use in this study --
Sample design and selection procedures for Mexican-American household interview surveys in Los Angeles and San Antonio --
Questionnaire for household surveys in Los Angeles and San Antonio --
Supplemental materials on the Roman Catholic Church --
Persons interviewed informally on field tours and in Los Angeles.
Responsibility: Leo Grebler, Joan W. Moore [and] Ralph C. Guzman ; with Jeffrey L. Berlant [and others].
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