Latinos in the West: The Student Movement and Academic Labor in Los Angeles
By: Carlos Mora (author)Hardback
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The book focuses on the struggle by Latin Americans to open and maintain Chicano/a Studies programs in institutions of higher education in California. It raises critical questions for social theory about multicultural democracy, dealing with topics such as immigration, affirmative action and civil rights. Mora explains the links between this social movement and the needs of the Chicano/a people, the changes taking place in higher education, and the trends in the overall ethnic-nationalist movements in the U.S. where Latinos have been playing an increasingly leading role.
Carlos Mora-Ninci was professor of sociology at the University of Cordoba (Argentina) and Principal Investigator at the Paulo Freire Institute.
Part 1 Foreword by Peter McLaren Part 2 Prologue by Carlos Ovando Part 3 Introduction: Latino/as in the West Chapter 4 The L.A. Rebellion of 1992 and Students Walk Outs Chapter 5 The Chicano/a Movement Chapter 6 University Restructuring and Academic Labor Chapter 7 Inside the Tents for Chicana/o Studies Chapter 8 Chicano/as and Latino/as: Culture, Nation or Class? Chapter 9 The Latina/o mobilization of 2006
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