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The Latino/a American dream

Sandra L. Hanson

The Latino/a American dream

by Sandra L. Hanson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social conditions,
  • Hispanic American women,
  • Hispanic Americans,
  • American Dream

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesLatino American dream, Latina American dream
    Statementedited by Sandra L. Hanson and John Kenneth White
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE184.S75 L3548 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 238 pages
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27210645M
    ISBN 101623493897
    ISBN 109781623493899
    LC Control Number2015036247
    OCLC/WorldCa922572453

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The “American Dream” means many things to many people, but in general it can be said that it connects the idea of freedom to the opportunity for prosperity and upward social mobility. Sandra L. Hanson and John K. White have joined together with a group of social scientists to explore the attitudes, experiences, and expectations of Latinos Price: $ The “American Dream” means many things to many people, but in general it can be said that it connects the idea of freedom to the opportunity for prosperity and upward social mobility.

Sandra L. Hanson and John K. White have joined together with a group of social scientists to explore the attitudes, experiences, and expectations of Latinos Author: Sandra L.

Hanson, John Kenneth White, Matthew Green, Daniel Martinez, Jeremy Slack, Alex E. Chavez. This volume on Latino/as and the American Dream is part of a Dream sequence. Our earlier volume, The American Dream in the 21st Century (Temple University Press, ) examined the historic concept of the American Dream in the twenty-first century with a special focus on the Great Recession and the election of the first African American president.

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In my book The New Americans, I likened the Hispanic immigrants of today to the Italians who came through Ellis Island a century came from low-trust societies; both tended to have. The Obama economy has not been kind to Hispanics. Hispanic unemployment remains in double digits.

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Sandra L. Hanson and John K. White have joined together with a group of social scientists to explore the attitudes, experiences, and expectations of Latinos Brand: Texas A&M University Press. Being Latino doesn't automatically mean you speak Spanish or that your skin is brown.

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