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Author(s): Michael W. Schwartz
Whether we are aware of it or not, every utterance we produce is an expression of who we are as individuals and what we believe.
When we begin the process of learning an additional language, we are not only learning a new linguistic code (basic vocabulary and structures) that allow us to ask for directions, to shop for clothes, or to interact with a teacher, we are having to relearn how to be.
Author(s): Jose Amaro Hernandez, DRH Publishing Inc
A product of the authors 44 years of consistent community activity and government service, The Limits of Social Change: The Case of a Mexican American Community is intended for college students in Chicano Studies and related areas, political science, urban studies, and history classes.
This is a case study of the Mexican American community of San Fernando, a small city that has been the heart of Southern California’s progressive forces changing the city’s political landscape into a political base of Mexican Americans.
Author(s): Regina M Williams Davis, Temeka L Carter, Robin N Buckrham
This text serves as a springboard for learning and a roadmap to help readers create a knowledge of what it means to be African American in this country. Each section of this book provides basic concepts and ideas for the reader to actively participate in the learning process by researching, writing, dialogue, and experience.
Author(s): Dennis J Bixler-Marquez, Carlos F Ortega