Latinos in America

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Second, we highlight recent innovative culturally competent practices with this population that reflect the more complex view of Mexican American culture found in the empirical research. L. 106-525, was enacted in November of 2000 to address the fact that, despite progress in overall health in the nation, continuing disparities exist in the burden of illness and death experienced by some minority groups, compared to the U. There is no clear and consistent answer except that virtually all scholars concur with Prewitt’s starting point: despite demographers’ fervent wish, “the categories made explicit by any classification scheme are seldom politically neutral.” [27] Extant explanations of why censuses classify and how they arrive at a given taxonomy raise important considerations about domestic, international, and institutional contexts.

Pages: 272

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (May 19, 2008)

ISBN: 140517658X

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