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by Rachel H. Adler

Download Yucatecans in Dallas, Texas: Breaching the Border, Bridging the Distance ePub
  • ISBN 0205521029
  • ISBN13 978-0205521029
  • Language English
  • Author Rachel H. Adler
  • Publisher Routledge; 2 edition (July 12, 2007)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats mbr lrf doc lrf
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1361 kb
  • Size Fb2 1361 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 678

Through fascinating vignettes and case studies, this unique text illustrates how Yucatecan migrants actively maintain social ties across borders. It also paints a vivid picture of the people and their lives. It places them in the context of current U.S. immigration policy and mesmerizes students by bringing them up to speed on one of the most crucial issues facing the U.S. today.

Rachel H. Adler is Professor of Sociology at the College of New Jersey.

Rachel H. Nancy Foner is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

This beautifully written ethnography on Yucatecan migrants in Dallas, TX, is a fabulous addition to the Allyn & Bacon New Immigrant Series. Other Titles in the New Immigrants Series: Nuer Journeys, Nuer Lives: Sudanese Refugees in Minnesota Jon D. Holtzman (0-205-29679-3).

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Adler, . Foner, N. (2008). Yucatecans in Dallas, Texas. It also paints a vivid picture of the people and their lives. It places them in the context of current . immigration policy and mesmerizes students by bringing them up to speed on one of the most crucial issues facing the .

The Yucatecans in Dallas. Crossing the Line: Migrants and the . Rachel H. Migrant Agendas and Transnationalism. Yucatecan Migrant Agendas. Her main area of interest is immigration, particularly comparing immigration today with earlier periods in the United States, the immigrant experience in various American gateway cities, and immigrants in the United States and Europe.

As of 2002 people of Mexican origins made up 80% of the Hispanics and Latinos in the DFW area. Sol Villasana, the author of Dallas's Little Mexico, wrote that. Sol Villasana, the author of Dallas's Little Mexico, wrote that "Mexicans have been part of Dallas since its beginning. In the 1870s the first significant groups of Mexicans came to Dallas as railroad lines were constructed. Additional Mexicans settled Dallas as a result of the Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910.

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Opithris
it was a required reading for a class, its not bad, i just didnt find it interesting
skyjettttt
Very good work! This book allows us to understand better the life of Mexicans in Dallas and also in their homeland Mexico. And what causes the migration between both countries.