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CHLS 101 TTH 930-1045
January 22, 2015
1
Discussion in Class:
Discoveries:
Decrease of 36% of Hispanic pop cal from 2000-2012.
2 million Hispanics are uninsured under the age of 18.
327,008 drop-out in 2012 were white alone 243, 410 were Hispanic.
In 2012 7 million white people received food stamps, 3 million Hispanics and 4 million Black,
Asians 362,758 (the lowest number)
More female householders than male householders.
Lecture:
64.2% of Latino population is Mexican.
With continued docs the US population?
21%of Hispanics family less than a 9th grade education completed.
2% for white people
4% for black people
8% for Asian people
Pew Research Center (all stats come from)
Terms:
Race/Ethnicity:
Race:
Social contrast we determine what the word is.
Use to categorize people, appearance, and social contrast.
Race category changes all the time.
Related to power.
Can be used to organize.
Spanish colonial: divided into 16 groups.
Pure looded “panish people born in Spain were the top of the social society. Racial superior.
Can be made, unmade.
Irish were not considered white for many years because of social distinctions. Used for
cheap labor.
Times changes and over generations the Irish became white.
Ethnicity:
Culture groups that share food, language, etc.
Ethnic boundaries will change.
Ethnic groups are subjective to ____.
Social abstract.
Mexican, Honduran, Puerto Rican are terms that identify people because of their roots.
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CHLS 101 TTH 930-1045
January 22, 2015
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Mexican-American (-use as identity):
With both cultures, hold or have roots to any of them.
Can be used interchangeable safest terms to use.
Hispanic:
97’s during Nixon Administration.
Used for Spanish speaking groups.
Term by corporate America, government, more on political and conservative side (term).
Latino/a:
Currently used and not as strong as Hispanic and people use it more.
Chicano/Boriqua:
Chicano:
Political cont.
Used as an insult to poor people and Indigenous.
1960s viewed as a positive term.
Boriqua:
Same as Chicano/a meaning.
Indigenous:
Native Americans, Chicano/a, Latino/a, anywhere in Latino America have roots of Indigenous.
Chicana, Latina, Salvadoreña, etc.
Gender: Standard Spanish
1 male and 3 feale’s term will be Chicanos. Use Chicano/a when using the tern.
Tejana/o, Misiana/o, Nuyoricans (Puerto Rican from New York)
Regional term experiences.
Tejano/a-from Texas.
Myths:
Stereotypes: Beliefs on a group.
Class Discussions:
Latinos:
No English, All are Mexican
Illiterate, No ambition, No education
Eat beans and spicy food, Have big families
Cholos, lazy, all in welfare, are gardeners, own guns, drink a lot
Get pregnant young, teen pregnancy
Narcos, criminals
Always working
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