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Feminist Insider Dilemmas: Constructing Ethnic Identity with "Chicana" Informants
What happens when the ethnographic "others" are from the same society, and are members of the same race or ethnicity, gender, and class background as the ethnographer? This paper articulates the
Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory
The recession of the 1980s triggered important economic and cultural changes in the United States, and working women were at the center of these changes. Sunbelt Working Mothers compares the
I'm Neither Here nor There: Mexicans' Quotidian Struggles with Migration and Poverty
I’m Neither Here nor There explores how immigration influences the construction of family, identity, and community among Mexican Americans and migrants from Mexico. Based on long-term ethnographic
Women and migration in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands : a reader
About the Series ix Acknowledgments xi Introduction 1 Part 1. Borderlands as Site of Struggle Toward a Planetary Civil Society / Rosa Linda Fregoso 35 A Glass Half Empty: Latina Reproduction and
Changing Constructions of Sexuality and Risk: Migrant Mexican Women Farmworkers in California
Este articulo examina las contradicciones existentes entre poder, cuerpo femenino y la sexualidad marcada racialmente y definida por cuestiones de genero, en comunidades rurales de California