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eBook Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture, and Political Participation in Boston ePub

by Carol Hardy-Fanta

  • ISBN: 156639032X
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Carol Hardy-Fanta
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Temple University Press (June 28, 1993)
  • Pages: 249
  • ePub book: 1498 kb
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Latina Politics, Latino Politics book

Latina Politics, Latino Politics book. The Through an in-depth study of the Latino community in Boston, Carol hardy-Fanta addressees three key debates in American politics: how to look at the ways in which women and men envision the meaning of politics and political participation; how to understand culture and the political life of expanding immigrant populations; and how to create a more participatory America

Latina Politics, Latino Politics : Gender, Culture, and Political Participation in Boston

Latina Politics, Latino Politics : Gender, Culture, and Political Participation in Boston. by Carol Hardy-Fanta. Through an in-depth study of the Latino community in Boston, Carol hardy-Fanta addressees three key debates in American politics: how to look at the ways in which women and men envision the meaning of politics and political participation; how to understand culture and the political life of expanding immigrant populations; and how to create a more participatory America.

Hardy-Fanta examines critical gender differences in how politics is defined, what strategies Latina women and Latino men use to generate political participation, and how culture and gender interact in the political empowerment of the ethic communities. Hardy-Fanta challenges the notion of political apathy among Latinos and presents factors that stimulate political participation

Hardy-Fanta examines critical gender differences in how politics is defined, what strategies Latina women and Latino men use to generate political participation, and how culture and gender interact in the political empowerment of the ethic communities. Hardy-Fanta challenges the notion of political apathy among Latinos and presents factors that stimulate political participation

Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture and Political Participation in Boston. Investigating Latino Gender Differences in Political Participation.

Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture and Political Participation in Boston. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. A Latino Gender Gap? Evidence from the 1996 Election. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC. Montoya, Lisa. Gender and Citizenship in Latino Political Participation.

Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture, and Political Participation in Boston.

This book presents a serious challenge to the dominant American political science literature on political participation by minorities, especially Latinos. Hardy-Fanta treats and critiques that literature extremely well, using a radically different method to demonstrate that prior theories about Latino apathy are dependent on very constricted notions of political participation and even the meaning of 'what is political.

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oceedings{PL, title {Latina politics, Latino politics}, author {Carol Hardy-Fanta}, year {1993} }. Carol Hardy-Fanta. Gender and Migration: Overview Report.

Vicki L. Crawford, Jacqueline Anne Rouse, Barbara Woods Women Strike for Peace: Traditional Motherhood and Radical Politics in the 1960s. Amy Swerdlow," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 22, no. 1 (Autumn, 1996): 237-242. Different Paths: Gender, Immigration and Political Participation. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Hondagneu-Sotelo, Pierrette. Retrieved from ww. atinasrepresent. Hopeful Girls, Troubled Boys: Race and Gender Disparity in Urban Education.

Through an in-depth study of the Latino community in Boston, Carol hardy-Fanta addressees three key debates in American politics: how to look at the ways in which women and men envision the meaning of politics and political participation; how to understand culture and the political life of expanding immigrant populations; and how to create a more participatory America. The author's interviews with Latinos from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Central and South America and her participation in community events in North Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, and the South End document the often ignored contribution of Latina women as candidates, political mobilizers, and community organizers. Hardy-Fanta examines critical gender differences in how politics is defined, what strategies Latina women and Latino men use to generate political participation, and how culture and gender interact in the political empowerment of the ethic communities.

Hardy-Fanta challenges the notion of political apathy among Latinos and presents factors that stimulate political participation. She finds that the vision of politics promoted by Latina women?one based on connectedness, collectivity, community, and consiousness-raising?contrasts sharply with a male political concern for status, hierarchy, and personal opportunity.