Latino Social Policy:A Participatory Research Model Juana Mora/ David Diaz
Latino/Hispanic Liaisons and Visions for Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Felix G Rivera
L´infinie variété mélodique et rythmique des chansons autochtones latino-américaines est le reflet fidèle de l´extraordinaire richesse géographique, historique, culturelle et sociale de ce pays. Dans mes arrangements, j´ai essayé d´adapter les pièces traditionnelles en respectant au maximum les mélodies originales. Ils sont destinés aux élèves et amateurs de guitare qui ont déjà surmonté les premières difficultés techniques.Contenu : Oh ! Virgen de las Mercedes (Bolivia) - Estabe el negrito aquel (Venezuela) - El coqui (Puerto-Rico) - El tortillero (Chile) - El gato de mi casa (Argentina) - Pala Pala (Argentina) - A canao (Brasil) - Que se le quema (Mexico)Compositeur/Auteur : PERAGALLO InèsDiscipline/Instrument : guitareCollection : Junior de Thierry MassonSupport : PartitionStyle/Genre : classiqueDate de parution : mai-05Nombre de pages : 8
Latino Small Businesses and the American Dream:Community Social Work Practice and Economic and Social Development Melvin Delgado
O livro Desenvolvimento e Justiça Social: perspectivas da sociologia no século XXI reúne trabalhos de diferentes áreas do conhecimento vinculadas às ciências sociais e apresentados durante a IX edição do Seminário Nacional Sociologia & Política. O Seminário Nacional, que completa uma década no ano de 2019, se constitui em um importante espaço para a comunidade acadêmica e a sociedade civil debaterem e refletirem, a partir do aporte teórico das ciências sociais, o cenário social e político contemporâneo brasileiro e latino-americano.
Perfect for fans of Fresh Off the Boat’s situational humor and Jane the Virgin’s celebration of Latinidad, Definitely Hispanic is a collection of introspective memoiristic essays by social media influencer and viral phenomenon LeJuan James about growing up Hispanic in the US.LeJuan James loves being Hispanic. But growing up in the US to immigrant parents, he quickly noticed their house rules and traditions didn’t always match up with his friends’. The result was a lifetime of laugh-out-loud relatable content for his videos. After half a decade of reenacting his experiences online, LeJuan is taking a closer look at everything he loves about his family’s culture.Definitely Hispanic is a collection of heartfelt memoiristic essays that explores the themes LeJuan touches upon in his videos and celebrates the values and traditions being kept alive by Hispanic parents raising US-born children. He shares anecdotes about discovering the differences between his and his friends’ households, demystifies ´´La Pela” (the Spanking), explains the vital role women play in Hispanic families, and pays reverence to universal cultural truths like food is love and music is in Hispanics’ DNA.From ´´#Home´´, where he talks about how his family moved back and forth between the US and Puerto Rico until settling in Orlando, FL, to ´´#TheHouse´´, when he was finally able to buy his parents the home they deserve thanks to his online success; this wide-ranging collection of essays will resonate with fans of all ages who feel like they straddle the line between two (or more) cultures, languages, and/or identities. 1. Language: English. Narrator: LeJuan James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/009280/bk_sans_009280_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is a story of a tough young man who lost his way, and of a loving God who never forgot him, no matter where he was. (Nicky Cruz, best-selling author of Run Baby Run) The son of El Salvadorian immigrants, Casey Diaz was brought to Los Angeles at the age of two. An abusive, impoverished family life propelled Casey at only 11 years of age into the Rockwood Street Locos gang. Casey was willing to do anything to be number one, but years of chasing rival gang members led to a dramatic ambush and arrest by the LAPD. At just 16, Casey was sentenced to more than 12 years in solitary confinement in California’s toughest prison as one of the state’s most violent offenders. He thought his life was over. Yet, when a determined elderly woman paid Casey a visit, a whole new world of possibilities began to unfold. Casey scoffed as she quietly insisted God was going to use him. As the days in solitary wore on, Casey realized Someone else was calling the shots. What happened next can only be described as a miracle.Perfect for:People who believe they’re too far goneParents who want to keep their kids out of gangs - what are the warning signs?Social workers who interact with at-risk youthThose looking for a gritty, informed perspective on LA street gangs and gang culture A visceral insider’s look at the violent world of gangs and prison life, The Shot Caller is a remarkable demonstration of God’s reckless, unending grace and His desire to reach even the worst of sinners - no matter where they are. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Borquez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/001482/bk_tnwd_001482_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In the course of 15 momentous years, the Spanish- and the Portuguese-American empires that had endured for three centuries came to an end in the mid-1820s. How did this come about? Not all Latin Americans desired such a change, and the independence wars were civil wars, often cruel and always violent. What social and economic groups lined up on one side or the other? Were there variations from place to place, region to region? Did men and women differ in their experiences of war? How did Indians and blacks participate, and how did they fare as a result? In the end, who won and who lost? Independence in Latin America is about the reciprocal effect of war and social dislocation. It also demonstrates that the war itself led to national identity and so to the creation of new states. These governments generally acknowledged the novel principle of constitutionalism and popular sovereignty, even when sometimes carving out exceptions to such rules. The notion that society consisted of individuals and was not a body made up of castes, guilds, and other corporate orders had become commonplace by the ends of these wars. So international politics and military confrontations are only part of the intriguing story recounted here. The book is published by University of Texas Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Castle Vozz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/037544/bk_acx0_037544_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.