Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies

Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies

Mary Pat Brady

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The Hispanic consumer is looking to build loyalty with brands that properly represents their voices and authentic identity; and that empowers their heritage by effectively embedding their cultural characteristics in how a brand speaks to them. Producer, director, editor and narrator, Richard Cohen. 2001. 64 min. Though in 1900 a vast majority of people of Mexican ancestry lived in rural areas, by 1920, 40 percent of the Mexican American population resided in cities or towns.

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Latin Numbers: Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S.

Latin Numbers: Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S.

Brian Eugenio Herrera

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According to the AMTA 2015 consumer survey, an average of 18 percent of adult Americans received at least one massage between July 2014 and July 2015, and an average of 27 percent of adult Americans received a massage in the previous five years.6 Eighteen percent of massage consumers reported receiving their last massage at a massage therapist's office or location in 2015, surpassing spas as the top place to receive massage for the first time.4 Fifty-two percent of adult Americans who had a massage between July 2014 and July 2015 received it for medical or health reasons such as pain management, soreness/stiffness/spasms, injury rehabilitation, or overall wellness, a slight decrease from 2014 data.

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Identity and Power Puerto Rican Politics and the CHaIIenge

Identity and Power Puerto Rican Politics and the CHaIIenge

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While black motorists were disproportionately stopped by Maryland State Police on I-95, the instances in which drugs were actually discovered in the stopped vehicles were the same per capita for black and white motorists. I encourage you to visit the CACI website, and Acorn microsite, which contain many other useful resources, and demographics analysis functionality free online, including a certain level of free demographics analysis and reporting by specified catchment area, in addition to chargeable reports, based on the ACORN UK demographics system.

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Medieval Culture and the Mexican American Borderlands (Rio

Medieval Culture and the Mexican American Borderlands (Rio

Milo Kearney

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Nevertheless, when indentured contracts expired, or when they escaped, these true Irish with names like Flynn, Brady, Casey, Callahan, and Kennedy also followed the frontier. Another study from the National Center for Health Statistics showed that mortality rates from sudden cardiac death (dying outside of hospital or emergency room) were also lower in Hispanics than non-Hispanic whites (Gillum, 1997). A higher prevalence of females than males have oral-facial pain, including pain from oral sores, jaw joints, face/cheek, and burning mouth syndrome.

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The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction: Continuity and

The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction: Continuity and

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Lifetime risk for developing coronary heart disease. Working together, the MAPPR network and member organizations have the potential to significantly improve Hispanic immigrant and overall community health. In addition to a growing market, companies feeling the crunch of a weak economy are looking for new customers to help their bottom line, Sonderup said. Discuss the ways in which alcohol (and other substances) have historically been used as means of social control of members of certain ethnic and cultural groups.

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The Cuban American Experience: Issues, Perceptions, and

The Cuban American Experience: Issues, Perceptions, and

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It is common for Latinas with family responsibilities to under-medicate when in pain in order to function at home. As a tool for objectively studying populations, population ecologists rely on a series of statistical measures, known as demographic parameters, to describe that population (Lebreton et al. 1992). Younger populations have proportionately more women of childbearing age than do older populations. HAPI currently provides over 60,000 links to the full text of articles appearing in more than 600 key social science and humanities journals published throughout the world.

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King of Cuba: A Novel

King of Cuba: A Novel

Cristina Garcia

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Migration," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 610, no. 1 (Mar. 2007): 98-118; Douglas S. Overall, more than three quarters (76%) of those with a reported diagnosis of hypertension reported a prior prescription or current use of one or more of the nonpharmacological therapies identified in Table 6 ⇑. More than 7% of the population who were not classified as having hypertension according to the current definition of hypertension 6 had been told by a physician or other health professional that they had high blood pressure; 4.1% had been told on two or more occasions (Table 7 ⇑ ).

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The Devil's Highway: A True Story

The Devil's Highway: A True Story

Luis Alberto Urrea

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The Philosophical Forum Vol.9, issue 2 (1977/78) pp.149-160. Just months prior to the Los Angeles decision, a move in Texas to add a Mexican-American course as a high school elective failed—in a state where Hispanics are the largest ethnic group in public schools. In this article I show that the establishment of these support centers represents a governmental response to the accumulated societal pressure from below that sought to improve the precarious social conditions of international migrants and to embrace multiculturalism as an inevitable, but positive, social force.

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The Sculpture of Palenque, Volume 3: The Late Buildings of

The Sculpture of Palenque, Volume 3: The Late Buildings of

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Feasts, festivities, and processions to honor saints or events of historical religious significance became the principal means for local believers to share religion on a community level. All authors made significant contributions to the conception and design of this study and read and approved the final manuscript. There were also no significant differences between Chinese and Vietnamese patients. Trauma exposure, mental health, and service utilization rates among immigrant and United States-born Hispanic youth: Results from the Hispanic family study.

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Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles (Latin

Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles (Latin

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With 70 percent of non-Hispanic households owner-occupied, the 50 percent shown for Hispanic natives through the third generation is low in relative terms. View Article PubMed Google Scholar Billings J, Parikh N, Mijanovich T: Emergency department use in New York City: a survey of Bronx patients. Drug offenders make up one-quarter of New York State’s prison population today. It's a class, educational, spiritual problem, not a race.

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