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4 edition of Hispanic self-employment in the Southwest found in the catalog.

Hispanic self-employment in the Southwest

rising above the threshold of powerty

by Virginia Solis Zuiker

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Published by Garland Publishing in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southwest, New.,
  • Southwest, New
    • Subjects:
    • Self-employed -- Southwest, New.,
    • Hispanic Americans -- Southwest, New -- Economic conditions.,
    • Hispanic American business enterprises -- Southwest, New.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-131) and index.

      StatementVirginia Solis Zuiker.
      SeriesGarland studies in the history of American labor
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8037.U5 Z85 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 135 p. ;
      Number of Pages135
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL384130M
      ISBN 100815331983
      LC Control Number98046668

      Dissertation Title: The Ability of Self-Employment to Support Hispanic Households in the Southwest at a Level Above Poverty. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. M.S. Major: Home Economics with an emphasis in Consumer Studies and Management Thesis Title: The Use of Credit Cards Among Hispanic Consumers in the Rio Grande Valley. With relatively high fertility and growing legal and illegal immigration, the United States' Hispanic population increased by % from an estimated 4 million in to million (% of the total population counted in the census). Hispanics consist of Mexican Americans (60% of the total), concentrated in the Southwest; Puerto Ricans living mainly in New York and New Jersey; Cubans.

      Self-employment: Do Gender Differences Exist in the Ability to Support Hispanic Book. Zuiker, V.S. (). Hispanic self-employment in the Southwest: Rising above the threshold of poverty. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. Refereed Journal Articles +Indicates student [Impact Factor] + Hawkins, B. & Zuiker, V. S. (). Financial. The percentage of Hispanic and non-Hispanic Blacks who completed four years of higher education also increased, but at a disproportionately lower rate than that for non-Hispanic Whites. In , about 33 percent of Whites had completed college, compared with about 11 percent for Hispanics and 14 percent for Blacks.

      Imagine descendants of Jews pursued by the Spanish Inquisition, still tending the dying embers of their faith among peasant Latinos in the American Southwest. The story has obvious resonance, and. Southwest Region Conference of Seventh-day Adventist, Dallas, TX. K likes. Vision Rhema People; Relevant Ministries; Ready for the Second Coming!


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Hispanic Self-Employment in the Southwest: Rising Above the Threshold of Poverty (Garland Studies in the History of American Labor) 1st Edition by Virginia Solis Zuiker (Author). Hispanic self-employment in the Southwest: rising above the threshold of powerty.

[Virginia Solis Zuiker] -- Draws on figures from the US Census to examine whether self-employment is an option that can enable Hispanic householders who reside in the southwest part of the country to raise. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

With the increase in female self-employment, there is a need to examine the intersection between race/ethnicity and gender. This study examined whether gender differences in income exist for self-employed Hispanics residing in California using data from the U.S. decennial by: Essential books about the land grants, water rights and acequias of Hispanic and Native American communities in New Mexico and the Southwest.

Southwest History Books Hard-to-get books on the history and social issues of the Southwest at bargain prices. More high quality books like this on the Hispanic history of the United States need to be written.

Very little is known by the general public (and even by Hispanics) about the vast and important Hispanic history in this country. One warning though is that if you are Hispanic, you will need many breaks from the book.

The book is great/5(29). Book Description: When Spanish conquistadores marched northfrom Mexico's interior, they encountered one harsh reality that eclipsed all others: the importance of water in an arid land.

Covering a time when legal precedents were being set for many water rights laws, this study contributes much to an understanding of the modern Southwest.

This observation is supported by evidence on such key health indicators as infant mortality, life-expectancy, mortality from cardiovascular diseases, mortality from major types of cancer, and measures of functional health. Hispanic/Latino presence took on a whole new dimension in the ’s with the annexation of presence was born in what is now the American West and Southwest.

In the Spanish-American War led to the annexation of Puerto Rico, adding its population to the growing number. Latino students were expected to attend separate “Mexican schools” throughout the southwest beginning in the s.

At first, the schools were set. David J. Weber was founding director of the Clements Center for Southwest Studies at Southern Methodist University. His research focused on the history of the Southwestern U.S. and its transition from Spanish and Mexican control to becoming part of the United States/5(10).

Water in the Hispanic Southwest: A Social and Legal History, [Meyer, Michael C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Water in the Hispanic Southwest: A Social and Legal History, Author: Michael C. Meyer. The high school dropout rate for Hispanic to year-olds has been steadily declining for years, falling to just percent in from 28 percent a decade ago. That same year, 43 percent of Hispanic high school graduates were enrolled in college.

That's down slightly from the previous year, when 49 percent were enrolled. The social processes described in the preceding chapters—selective migration from the various countries of Latin America, family structure and household size, education, employment, and earnings—are important influences on the economic well-being of Hispanics in the United States.

These processes vary considerably among Hispanic subgroups, leading to wide variation in their economic status. Chapter Three. Genízaros and Cultural Systems of Slavery in the Hispanic Southwest William S.

Kiser Chapter Four. Genízara Self-Advocacy in Eighteenth-Century New Mexico Cristina Durán Chapter Five. The Genízaro Origins of the Hermanos Penitentes Ramón A. Gutiérrez Chapter Six. The Colonial Genízaro Mission Pueblo of Belén Samuel E. But a Hispanic population remained, most notably in the Southeast and the Southwest, and these citizens were drawn into the conflict that swept the nation in Soldiers in the Southeast Descendants of Spanish explorers and settlers made their homes along the bayous, on large plantations, and in the port cities of the Gulf Coast.

Hispanic. The term “Hispanic” has a narrower definition that denotes people only from Spanish-speaking Latin America or from Spain itself. Therefore, a Brazilian would be Latino but non-Hispanic, and a Spaniard would be Hispanic and non-Latino.

An Argentinian could be both. But in the Southwest U.S., some Hispanic Americans such as Candelaria can trace their families back many generations, when the region was presided over by Mexico, Spain and prior, Native American. Winner Southwest Book Award. A highly readable history.

Paper $ Click on cover for larger view. SF-TP The Preservation of the Village: New Mexico's Hispanic and the New Deal. Suzanne Forrest. UNM Press,2nd Ed.

About the Book The Ku Klux Klan’s persecution of Hispanics during the early s was just as brutal as their terrorizing of the black community—a fact sparsely documented in historical texts. The KKK viewed Mexicans as subhuman foreigners supporting a Catholic conspiracy to subvert U.S.

institutions and install the pope as leader of the. M.A. Reading List - Hispanic Southwest Studies The following is a basic, minimal reading list for Hispanic Southwest (Chicano) Studies. To prepare for the M.A.

exams, in addition to reviewing their readings and lecture notes from relevant courses, students should have read all of the material on this reading list. Many. “['Hispanic'] is very Eurocentric and it denies our indigenous heritage,” Matthew R.

Fraijo wrotein his coming-of-age book, The Transcendent Journey. “The Aztecs had a society far more.The year-old Puello joined with several others to start the Hispanic Book Festival in This year's free event will be held from noon-6 p.m.

Sunday at the Hilton Houston Southwest hotel.