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Chapter 8- Hispanic/Latino Americans

Social Inequality- Healey & O'Brien Text
Instructor- T. Esguerra
__________ was a government sponsored campaign during the 1930s to deport illegal immigrants back to Mexico.
Hispanic Americans are partly an ______ group, identified by cultural characteristics such as language and partly a racial minority group.
______ _____ Gutierrez was an organizer of the party La Raza Unida. La Raza Unida offered alternative candidates and ideas to those of Democrats and Republicans.
The ______ thesis suggests that whites will gradually lose their dominant status as Latino and Asian American groups grow in numbers.
_________ _______ was a government sponsored campaign during the 1950s to deport illegal immigrants from Mexico.
Compared with other streams of immigrants from Latin America, ______ are, on the average, usually affluent and well educated.
In the ________ model, it is proposed that Latinos and Asian Americans will become part of the white American racial group while blacks will remain disproportionately unequal, powerless and marginalized.
The ______ ________ ________ of 1924 law that severely restricted immigration by establishing a system of national quotas that blatantly discriminated against immigrants from southern and eastern Europe and virtually excluded Asians. The policy stayed in effect until the 1960s.
______ _______ was a central figure in the movement to organize farm workers and worked closely with Cesar Chavez.
_______ Americans are an enclave minority.
________ is a group name for Mexican Americans that is associated with the ideology of Chicanismo.
_________ were refugees from Cuba who arrived in the United States in 1980s.
The most significant changes to Mexican society have come from the 1994 ________. This policy united the three nations of North American into a single trading zone.
_________ ______ founded the Crusade for Justice in 1965. The crusade focused on abuses of Mexican American civil and legal rights and worked against discrimination by police and the criminal courts.
__________ were conquered and colonized in the 19th century and used as a cheap labor force in agriculture, ranching, mining, railroad construction, and other areas of the dominant-group economy in the Southwest.
Most Latinos who speak predominantly Spanish (72%) are ________ generation.
In 1910 the _______ _________ took place and resulted in political turmoil and unrest in Mexico which increased immigration from Mexico.
___________ Americans combine European and Native American ancestries and are identifiable by their physical traits as well as by their culture and language.
_________ was an ideology of the Mexican American protest movement that rose to prominence in the 1960s. It expressed militancy, impatience with injustice, and a number of pluralistic themes.
________ _______ became a territory of the United States in 1898, after the defeat of Spain in the Spanish- American War.
U.S. companies moved manufacturing operations to Mexico, attracted by lower wages, less stringent environmental regulations. They build ____________ along the border and brought many new jobs to the Mexican economy.
_____ _______ was the founder of the United Farm Workers and leader of the grape boycott.
A cultural value system that stresses male dominance, honor, virility, and violence. It also though can be expressed through being a good provider, respected father.