• Hispanic Market Research
    American Community Survey. THE U.S. HISPANIC ECONOMY IN TRANSITION | 21 Chapter 2: Household DIVERSE HOUSEHOLDS Households, by Ethnicity and Family Type Source: U.S. Census, 2006 American Community Survey data. DIFFERENCES AT HOME COMPARISON OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ETHNICITY e three...
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  • Forgin Students
    Pew Hispanic Center Early arrivals from Mexico and some Central American countries are more likely to be out of school than native-born youths. Some of the gap in school enrollment between these early arrival groups and native-born youths can be accounted for by the disadvantaged family...
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  • Social Capital of Non Traditional Students
    European and Asian descent were more likely to be foreign born to parents with some college experience and who were also more likely to provide students with financial support. In contrast, the majority of African American and Hispanic students were native-born and the first generation to attend college...
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  • Urban and Regional Planning
    of the project is to analyze the socio-economic conditions of various Native American tribes throughout the state in contrast with their respective county data in order to identify critical issues as a catalyst for understanding regional changes and to promote stronger, more successful tribal...
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  • Hispanic Language
    -political context, and ideology. In some ways, the labels for non-Hispanics are just as elusive. In the Southwest U.S., the term Anglo or ‘white’ refers to non-Latinos of European descent, who are, in turn, distinguished from Native Americans and African Americans. In other parts of the U.S...
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  • comparison contrast: Don't Call me Hot Tamale- My two lives
    . Both authors write about their personal experiences as members of families with different cultural backgrounds, compared to the American community. Ortiz Cofer came from Puerto Rico and brought her Hispanic culture; Jhumpa Lahiri came from England but brought her native Indian heritage. In both cases...
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  • Hispanic American Diversity
    years of age and over professed to an "ability to speak English" (1990 Census of Population—Persons of Hispanic Origin in the United States, p. 86). The average size of the Mexican American family in 1989 was 4.1 persons, as compared to 3.1 for non-Hispanic and 3.8 for all Hispanic...
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    ; Kavanaugh, 1992; Bebbington & Kuipers, 1994; Lopez & Guarnaccia, 2000. Later studies extended this line of research to Mexican American samples. These studies reconceptualized the role of family as a dynamic interaction between patients and their families, rather than as static family characteristics...
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  • Western Culture
    comparison to Caucasians (2.6%). However, both ethnicities delivered similar results with regards to feelings of embarrassment, which demonstrates a sense of internalization on the part of Hispanic Americans that such behavior is necessary to seek balance between their native and the hegemonic cultures...
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  • Latino History and Culture
    . Latino families are characterized by traditional gender roles. Men are expected to have machismo or prominently exhibited masculinity this means men should be rational, strong, authoritarian, and independent. Women are expected to be submissive, dependant, as well as take care of the children...
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  • Global Brands in the United States
    and Hispanics (row 8). Table A3 presents the findings for the comparison of Caucasians and African Americans. The first two rows show that the factor patterns and factor loadings are invariant for Caucasians and African Americans. In contrast, the third row in Table A3 indicates that the...
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  • student
    faculty doubled from 0.3 percent to 0.6 percent but remained quite low in comparison to overall faculty (IOM 2004). Of the 4,805 full-time dental faculty in 2002-03, 267 were black/African American (5.5 percent), 233 were Hispanic/Latino (4.84 percent) and 16 were Native American (0.33 percent...
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  • Hispanic Marketing
    2015, millions of baby boomers will have begun retiring, thus reducing their consumer spending. Hispanic consumers will play a major role in replacing those retirees in the consumer marketplace and will contribute to the upsurge of retail spending and economic growth. And given their growing influence on this country's culture, perhaps one day we may be saying: "It's as American as dulce de leche."...
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  • Alcohol Affects
    . Recognition of diversity in alcohol-related problems is an important aspect of developing tailored and targeted intervention and prevention responses. Most research into this issue is centered on the study of four main groups, often in comparison or contrast to White/Caucasian Americans. The four...
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  • Hispanic American Diversity
    the other Hispanic groups education is regarded highly by Cuban Americans. The family structure of Cuban American families mirrors those of the Puerto Rican and Mexicans Americans and has a patriarchal hierarchy traditionally. However this is seen less in the American Cuban families the roles tend to...
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  • Cultural Diversity in the Medical World
    and contrast will be made to compare the Hispanic cultural views on medical care to the American cultural views toward medical care. I chose to explore Hispanic culture because of my background but most importantly due to its richness of unique characteristics. I will provide an overview on how...
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  • Success
    his aunt than living with his father and he stepfather. All of his friends grew up in mother – father family and not have any of them grown up in a warm loving family. Roger could not have a relationship with his father after the death of his mother. Roger enjoyed learning about the Native American...
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  • Social Stratification: Implications of Race on Poverty
    line.” From a functionalist perspective we need the poor to perform minimum wage labor. They serve essential roles in providing services that other more educated people would no longer function in. Native Americans, African Americans and Hispanics tend to be the three major races fulfilling...
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  • Hispanic American Diversity
    culture easier than the other Hispanic groups. Cuban Americans In contrast to other Hispanic groups Cuban are more mature, educated, and socially accepted. They work in higher paying jobs enabling them own their homes, a luxury not afforded by other Hispanic groups. Over half of Cubans...
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  • Minority
    roles. That's why Native Americans have established both tribal and pan-Indian newspapers throughout the country. That's why Hispanics have so vehemently protested the recent judicial decision to approve the Spanish International Communications Corporation's sale of five major Spanish-language...
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