The Resource Arizona's Hispanic perspective : research report, prepared by the University of Arizona [for the] 38th Arizona Town Hall, May 17-20, 1981

Arizona's Hispanic perspective : research report, prepared by the University of Arizona [for the] 38th Arizona Town Hall, May 17-20, 1981

Label
Arizona's Hispanic perspective : research report
Title
Arizona's Hispanic perspective
Title remainder
research report
Statement of responsibility
prepared by the University of Arizona [for the] 38th Arizona Town Hall, May 17-20, 1981
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
AZT
Illustrations
maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Arizona Town Hall
Series volume
38th
Label
Arizona's Hispanic perspective : research report, prepared by the University of Arizona [for the] 38th Arizona Town Hall, May 17-20, 1981
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-244)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Border influence
  • Ch. II:
  • Hispanic foundations
  • Early missionary entradas
  • Bolas de plata
  • Pima revolt
  • Founding of Tucson
  • Tubac hangs on
  • Mexican independence
  • Mexican period
  • Research report
  • Arizona land grants
  • More frontier problems
  • Ch. III:
  • Anglo-Americans in Arizona
  • Morman battalion
  • End of the United States-Mexico war
  • Gadsden purchase
  • Anglo settlement in Arizona
  • El pueblo viejo
  • Apache problem
  • Ch. I:
  • 1870s a period of transition
  • Tucson's integration breaks down
  • Hispanic influence declines
  • Ch. IV:
  • Arizona after 1880
  • Mexicans and labor organizations
  • Growth of ranching
  • Expansion of agriculture
  • Arizona achieves statehood
  • Impact of the revolution
  • Introduction
  • World War I and its aftermath
  • Redistribution of the hispanic population
  • Ch. V:
  • Today's hispanic perspective
  • Mexican-Americans and the census
  • Social characteristics of the hispanic population
  • Spanish as a feature of cultural distinctiveness
  • Hispanic family
  • Role of religion
  • Politics, organization, and leadership
  • Arizona place names
  • Chicanismo
  • Ch. VI:
  • Contemporary U.S.-Mexico relations
  • Mexican immigration
  • Trade with Mexico
  • Special issues in the border region
  • Border industrialization program and the population explosion
  • Other problems of the border communities
  • Communications networks
  • Ch. VII:
  • Architectural influences
  • Education and other current issues
  • Education: achievements and aspirations
  • Bilingualism in Arizona
  • Educating the bilingual
  • Rationale for bilingual education
  • Legislating for bilingual education
  • Types of bilingual programs
  • Evaluating the results of bilingual programs
  • Cost of bilingual education
  • Is bilingual education divisive?
  • Ranching, mining, and farming
  • Equal employment
  • Communicting with public agencies and officials
  • Final comment -- Bibliography
  • El traque
  • Arizona politics and the Mexican-American
Control code
ocm07792876
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxii, 244 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o07792876
  • AZTAHPE
Label
Arizona's Hispanic perspective : research report, prepared by the University of Arizona [for the] 38th Arizona Town Hall, May 17-20, 1981
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-244)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Border influence
  • Ch. II:
  • Hispanic foundations
  • Early missionary entradas
  • Bolas de plata
  • Pima revolt
  • Founding of Tucson
  • Tubac hangs on
  • Mexican independence
  • Mexican period
  • Research report
  • Arizona land grants
  • More frontier problems
  • Ch. III:
  • Anglo-Americans in Arizona
  • Morman battalion
  • End of the United States-Mexico war
  • Gadsden purchase
  • Anglo settlement in Arizona
  • El pueblo viejo
  • Apache problem
  • Ch. I:
  • 1870s a period of transition
  • Tucson's integration breaks down
  • Hispanic influence declines
  • Ch. IV:
  • Arizona after 1880
  • Mexicans and labor organizations
  • Growth of ranching
  • Expansion of agriculture
  • Arizona achieves statehood
  • Impact of the revolution
  • Introduction
  • World War I and its aftermath
  • Redistribution of the hispanic population
  • Ch. V:
  • Today's hispanic perspective
  • Mexican-Americans and the census
  • Social characteristics of the hispanic population
  • Spanish as a feature of cultural distinctiveness
  • Hispanic family
  • Role of religion
  • Politics, organization, and leadership
  • Arizona place names
  • Chicanismo
  • Ch. VI:
  • Contemporary U.S.-Mexico relations
  • Mexican immigration
  • Trade with Mexico
  • Special issues in the border region
  • Border industrialization program and the population explosion
  • Other problems of the border communities
  • Communications networks
  • Ch. VII:
  • Architectural influences
  • Education and other current issues
  • Education: achievements and aspirations
  • Bilingualism in Arizona
  • Educating the bilingual
  • Rationale for bilingual education
  • Legislating for bilingual education
  • Types of bilingual programs
  • Evaluating the results of bilingual programs
  • Cost of bilingual education
  • Is bilingual education divisive?
  • Ranching, mining, and farming
  • Equal employment
  • Communicting with public agencies and officials
  • Final comment -- Bibliography
  • El traque
  • Arizona politics and the Mexican-American
Control code
ocm07792876
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxii, 244 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
maps
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o07792876
  • AZTAHPE

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