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by Enrique T. Trueba

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  • ISBN 0847687287
  • ISBN13 978-0847687282
  • Language English
  • Author Enrique T. Trueba
  • Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (December 1998)
  • Pages 216
  • Formats lrf mobi rtf txt
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1872 kb
  • Size Fb2 1467 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 101

Latinos Unidos presents an unexpected perspective on Latinos_not only as a highly diverse and rapidly growing population in the United States with distinct social, cultural, and economic features_but as a new political force with a cohesive collective ethnic identity. Indeed, Latinos in this country constitute a new political power coming to grips with their global significance. Within two decades, Latino children will constitute a majority in urban public schools around the country. By the mid-21st century, Latinos (along with African-Americans) will represent half the U.S. population. While much of the literature in the social sciences continues to stereotype Latinos as marginalized, poor, and low-achievers, unable to 'assimilate' and function in mainstream society, Latinos are quietly taking important positions in academic, government, professional organizations, and the international world of economics. Their rapid flow into the U.S. has, to an extent, camouflaged this upward social, educational, and class mobility. Trueba, using his unique vantage point as a Latino immigrant and scholar, explores the vital issues of personal identity and resiliency, adaptive strategies, and successes of Latinos in North America in this pathbreaking book. Among the most fascinating and least known subjects he discusses are binational networks, which describe the bilingual and bicultural capabilities of a new generation of Latinos who can function on both sides of the border with Mexico. Most of all, readers will come away from Latinos Unidos with the growing significance of Latinos in the U.S. and their vital role in shaping the future.

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Indeed, Latinos in this country constitute a new political power coming to grips with their global significance. Within two decades, Latino children will constitute a majority in urban public schools around the country. By the mid-21st century, Latinos (along with African Americans) will represent half the .

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Trueba shows how the resilience and diverse cultural experiences of transnationals and immigrants enable .

Trueba shows how the resilience and diverse cultural experiences of transnationals and immigrants enable them to succeed in school and in their work and communities. Trueba articulates Paulo Freire's critical pedagogy with the sociohistorical school of psychology led by Vygotsky, theories that are complementary and enhanced by the analysis of instructional activities.

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Enrique Rosas Trueba was born on month day 1913, at birth place, to Isaac Trueba Morales and Natividad Trueba Morales (born Rosas Juárez). Isaac was born circa 1887, in Mexico. Natividad was born circa 1890, in Mexico. Enrique had 3 siblings: Manuel Trueba Rosas and 2 other siblings. Enrique married first name Trueba (born Egird) on month day 1951, at age 38 at marriage place, Illinois. Enrique married first name Trueba (born Herrera Monje) on month day 1941, at age 28 at marriage place. They had one daughter: Rosa Maria Trueba Herrera.

Trueba skillfully combined ideas from Vygotsky, the Spindlers, and Freire into a perspective that seeks to build culturally and linguistically relevant learning contexts for Latino/a .

Trueba skillfully combined ideas from Vygotsky, the Spindlers, and Freire into a perspective that seeks to build culturally and linguistically relevant learning contexts for Latino/a immigrant children. His many publications address issues of inequality and ways to empower students, parents, and communities. Zou, Yali, and Enrique (Henry) T. Trueba, eds. 2002 Ethnography and Schools: Qualitative Approaches to the Study of Education. New York: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. Power in Education: The Case of Miao University Students and Its Significance for American Culture Ethnic Identity and Power: Cultural Contexts of Political Action in School and Society.

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Barit
As the author's title suggests, this book is about US Latinos coming together to form Latino Unity. How do Latinos form this Latino identity and unity?

One of the main arguments of the book is that Latinos have "resiliency" because they are made to live in a world that is unfamiliar to them. Each stage of a person's life adds a new dimension to their identity and the experiences of Latino Immigrants contributes to the "Latino identity." According to Trueba, Latinos as a whole are creating a new form of participation in US society that is based on the multiple identities that they have that gives them the ability to function in diverse situations. Latinos are coming together because of their shared "narrative of inequity".

Latinos Unidos gives its readers a clear narrative and analysis of the importance of education for the Latino population and its struggle to build a Latino unity in the United States. This is a book that is recommended for anyone that is interested in Latino studies and the education of Latinos in the United States.
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