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Latinos and American popular culture

Patricia M. Montilla (Editor)
"This book offers a complete overview of the contributions of U.S. Latinos to American popular culture and examines the emergence of the U.S. Latino identity"-- Provided by publisher
Print Book, English, 2013
Praeger, Santa Barbara, California, 2013
xvi, 491 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
9780313392221, 9780313392238, 0313392226, 0313392234
A mainstream dream : Latinas/os on primetime television / Tanya González
Representing Latinidad in children's television : what are the kids watching? / Erynn Massi de Casanova
Spanish language and Latino television / Kent Wilkinson
The significance of U.S. Spanish-language radio / Mari Castañeda
Piolín por la mañana : an important site of Mojarra pedagogy / Luis Loya
Latino representations in film / Raúl Rosales
Say hello to my little friends : nonhumans as Latinos in U.S. feature films for children / Stacy Hoult-Saros
A look at Latino theater / Elsa Bennett
Representations of Latino/as in musical theater and theater for young audiences / Roxanne Shroeder Arce
Critical cacophony : notes on the reception of Pitbull's "I know you want me" (Calle Ocho) / Karen Secrist
"¿Qué onda?", "What's happening?" : Chicano art in 21st-century America / George Vargas
The Latino novel in the 21st century / Patricia M. Montilla
Latino culture in children's literature / Elia Michelle Lafuente
The Latino béisbol experience in the national pastime / Anthony Salazar
Latino baseball players in the media, or, What do two Dominicans, a Mexican, and Venezuelan have in common? / Ryan King-White
Rings for Mexican political corruption and nationalism : lucha libre and boxing / Martín Camps
Latinos in major league and national soccer / Anthony Moretti
Brown pride : a visual history of the Latino male athlete in the NFL and NBA / C. Keith Harrison and Liberato Mukul
Feeding a Latino identity : Latino foodways and culture in the United States / Andrew Gordus
Los expertos hablan : constructing Latina identity in popular women's magazines / Angela Marie Postigo Full text available from EBSCOhost: Rutgers restricted