Speaking Of Spain

Author: Antonio Feros
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674045513
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Yet few people could define “Spanishness” concretely. Antonio Feros traces Spain’s evolving ideas of nationhood and ethnicity.

Encyclopedia Of Race Ethnicity And Society

Author: Richard T. Schaefer
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412926947
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individuals who trace their ethnic background to one of the Spanish- or
Portuguese-speaking countries of the Americas: Hispanics or Latinos. ... About
the Term Hispanic The English word Hispanic has a confusing etymological
history. On the ...

The Politics Of Language In The Spanish Speaking World

Author: Clare Mar-Molinero
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134730705
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holds that humanity is naturally divided into nations, that nations are known by
certain characteristics which can be ... include some or all of the following: a
common language, race, religion, cultural traditions, history, body of laws, and
territory.

Culture And Diversity In The United States

Author: Jack David Eller
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317575784
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Hispanic Americans Currently, a very large number of Hispanics or Latinos/
Latinas come to the United States: since the ... As already mentioned, “Hispanic
is a very diverse category, and even in the US Census it is not a “race” category.
... also hail from a wide assortment of countries, mostly Mexico but also every
Central and South American and Caribbean nation. ... an ancestry from a
Spanish-speaking country or a country with a history of Spanish-influenced
culture and language.

Intersections Of Race Class Gender And Nation In Fin De Si Cle Spanish Literature And Culture

Author: Jennifer Smith
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315464845
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who wish to establish residence in Spain may do so with full guarantees
respecting their goods, their persons and their religion). ... of her Spanish origin
and her family's tradition of speaking Spanish (262; I, v) facilitates her future
social assimilation. ... she adopts her fiancé's country and his God and renounces
her own, thus acknowledging Spain's patriarchy (296). ... of Spain's history, she
remains tepid on their re-incorporation into Spanish culture without conversion to
Christianity.

Immigration And Assimilation

Author: D.H. Gerald
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 1171863292
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The United States, to' me, is the best nation in the world, and is superior to all
other nations. V. SPANISH ... I, therefore, trace my descent to the Spanish
national or racial group, and am a third generation Spanish American. I have
studied a great deal about the history, traditions, and cus— toms of the Spanish.
... My parents received their education in this country, but they could speak
Spanish fluently.

Group Activities For Latino A Youth

Author: Krista M. Malott
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131761528X
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A large portion of Latino/as speak Spanish, albeit of various dialects and with
differing accents and vocabularies (and differing ... In the 2010 census, Latino/as
were the population most likely to identify with multiple racial categories, with 1.9
million ... However, the majority of Latin American countries share a history of
Spanish colonization, which has united many Latino/as across nations through a
 ...

Critical Perspectives On Afro Latin American Literature

Author: Antonio D. Tillis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136662553
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PANAMANIAN NATION-BUILDING Panama possesses a unique history of Black
migration, which originated in the ... the nation as a homogeneous one (e.g.,
Hispanic, Catholic, and Spanish speaking) and failed to recognize its racial,
ethnic, and ... Although Law 13 (1926) and Law 26 (1941) prevented West
Indians from entering the country and made citizenship contingent on speaking
Spanish, West ...

Recovering The U S Hispanic Literary Heritage Volume I

Author: Ramón A. Gutiérrez, Genaro Padilla
Publisher: Arte Publico Press
ISBN: 9781611922622
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Like most of his elite colleagues, he did make an issue of mixing English and
Spanish and went to pains to italicize Anglicisms. ... Nevertheless, the Hispanics
in New York were aware of racial and cultural prejudice, and they did not hesitate
to fight back. ... Whosoever has identified himself with the history of this country
knows that when we speak of foreigners we are ... that it constitutes clearly
indicates that its components belong to all of the cultures and all of the nations of
the world.

Guide To Psychological Assessment With Hispanics

Author: Lorraine T. Benuto
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 146144411X
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The psychological measurement of Spanish-speaking individuals has both a
short past and a shorter history. ... Mexican, South or Central American, or other
Spanish culture or origin (e.g., Spain) regardless of race. Hispanic or Latino
origin refers to the heritage, lineage, nationality group, or country of birth of the
person or the person's parents or ... times more than the overall population
growth of 10%, and accounted for most of the nation's growth (56%) (U.S. Census
Bureau 2012a).