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Latino workers in the contemporary South / edited by Arthur D. Murphy, Colleen Blanchard, and Jennifer A. Hill.

Contributor(s): Murphy, Arthur D | Blanchard, Colleen | Hill, Jennifer A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Southern Anthropological Society proceedings: no. 34.Publisher: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Press, c2001Description: vi, 139 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0820322784 (alk. paper); 9780820322780 (alk. paper); 0820322792 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780820322797 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Hispanic Americans -- Employment -- Southern States | Mexican Americans -- Employment -- Southern States | Foreign workers, Mexican -- Employment -- Southern States | Southern States -- Emigration and immigration | Southern States -- Social conditions | Southern States -- Race relationsDDC classification: 305.868/075
Contents:
Introduction: from patrones and Caciques to good ole boys / Deborah A. Duchon, Arthur D. Murphy -- Ethnicity: consciousness, agency, and status in the world system / Kathryn A. Kozaitis -- Comparative perspectives on international migration: illegals or "guest workers" in the American south? Eric C. Jones, Robert E. Rhoades -- How many are there? Ethnographic estimates of Mexican women in Atlanta, Georgia / Martha W. Rees -- Industry and immigration in Dalton, Georgia / James D. Engstrom -- Mexican places in southern spaces: globalization, work, and daily life in and around the north Georgia poultry industry / Greig Guthey -- Hospitality and hostility: Latin immigrants in southern Georgia / John D. Studstill, Laura Nieto-Studstill -- Another day in the Diaspora: changing ethnic landscapes in south Florida / David Griffith, Alex Stepick, Karen Richman, Guillermo Grenier, Ed Kissam, Allan Burns, Jeronimo Camposeco -- Language and the migrant worker experience in rural North Carolina communities / Jack G. Dale, Susan Andreatta, Elizabeth Freeman -- Immigration and the organization of the onshore oil industry: southern Louisiana in the late 1990s / Katherine M. Donato, Carl L. Bankston, Dawn T. Robinson -- Heading south: why Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in Brownsville, Texas, cross the border into Mexico / Kathleen M. Murphy -- A new destination for an old migration: origins, trajectories, and labor market incorporation of Latinos in Dalton, Georgia / Victor Zúñiga, Rubén Hernández-León.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction: from patrones and Caciques to good ole boys / Deborah A. Duchon, Arthur D. Murphy -- Ethnicity: consciousness, agency, and status in the world system / Kathryn A. Kozaitis -- Comparative perspectives on international migration: illegals or "guest workers" in the American south? Eric C. Jones, Robert E. Rhoades -- How many are there? Ethnographic estimates of Mexican women in Atlanta, Georgia / Martha W. Rees -- Industry and immigration in Dalton, Georgia / James D. Engstrom -- Mexican places in southern spaces: globalization, work, and daily life in and around the north Georgia poultry industry / Greig Guthey -- Hospitality and hostility: Latin immigrants in southern Georgia / John D. Studstill, Laura Nieto-Studstill -- Another day in the Diaspora: changing ethnic landscapes in south Florida / David Griffith, Alex Stepick, Karen Richman, Guillermo Grenier, Ed Kissam, Allan Burns, Jeronimo Camposeco -- Language and the migrant worker experience in rural North Carolina communities / Jack G. Dale, Susan Andreatta, Elizabeth Freeman -- Immigration and the organization of the onshore oil industry: southern Louisiana in the late 1990s / Katherine M. Donato, Carl L. Bankston, Dawn T. Robinson -- Heading south: why Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in Brownsville, Texas, cross the border into Mexico / Kathleen M. Murphy -- A new destination for an old migration: origins, trajectories, and labor market incorporation of Latinos in Dalton, Georgia / Victor Zúñiga, Rubén Hernández-León.

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