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SCCR Working Paper Series

The purpose of the SCCR Working Paper Series is to publish works that significantly increase our knowledge about Chicanos and other Latinos.

Working Paper Series No. 1
“Observations on the ‘New’ Chicano History: Historiography of the 1970s”
by Albert Camarillo

Working Paper Series No. 2
“Work-Related Networks and Household Organization among Chicana Cannery Workers”
by Patricia Zavella

Working Paper Series No. 3
“Blacks and Hispanics in Urban America: Some Comparative Historical Perspectives”
by Albert Camarillo

Working Paper Series No. 4
“Adaptation to Conquest: The Mexican Community of San José, 1845-1880”
by George J. Sanchez

Working Paper Series No. 5
“CASA in the Chicano Movement: Ideology and Organizational Politics in the Chicano Community 1968-1978”
by David G. Gutierrez

Working Paper Series No. 6
“’Go After the Women’: Americanization and the Mexican Immigrant Woman 1915-1929”
by George J. Sanchez

Working Paper Series No. 7
“The Impact of ‘Sun Belt Industrialization’ on Chicanas”
by Patricia Zavella

Working Paper Series No. 8
“Working Bibliography on Anthropological Writings on Chicanos 1970-1983”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 9
“Assimilation Revisited”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 10
“Chicano Studies, 1970-1984”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 11
“A Methodological Report on the Sample Design of the 1979 National Chicano Survey”
by Robert L. Santos

Working Paper Series No. 12
“A Case Study of Ghettoization and Segregation: West Fresno’s Black and Chicano Community during the 1970s”
by Ramon D. Chacon

Working Paper Series No.13
“Chicano Fathers: Response and Adaptation to Emergent Roles”
by Alfredo Mirandé

Working Paper Series No. 14
“Mexican Ballads, Chicano Epic: History, Social Dramas and Poetic Persuasions”
by Jose E. Limon

Working Paper Series No. 15
“Growth Abnormalities in Mexican-American Children in the United States: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I Study”
by Fernando S. Mendoza and Ricardo O. Castillo

Working Paper Series No. 16
“The Return of the Mexican Ballad: Americo Paredes and His Anthropological Text as Persuasive Political Performance”
by Jose E. Limon

Working Paper Series No. 17
“The Hispano Homeland Debate”
by Sylvia Rodríguez

Working Paper Series No. 18
“Politics, Patriarchs, and Laughter”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 19
“Texas Border Narrative as Cultural Critique”
by José David Saldívar

Working Paper Series No. 20
“Hispanos: Ethnic Identity in Cañones”
by John R. Van Ness

Working Paper Series No. 21
“Fables of the Fallen Guy”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 22
“Research in the Chicano Community: Preliminary Guidelines and Observations”
by Alfredo Mirande

Working Paper Series No. 23
“Chicano Clergy and Liberation Theology: A Descriptive Analysis”
by Gilbert R. Cadena

Working Paper Series No. 24
“From West San Antonio to East L.A.: Chicano Community Leadership Compared”
by David A. Badillo

Working Paper Series No. 25
“From Barrio Boys to College Boys: Ethnic Identity, Ethnic Organizations, and the Mexican American Elite, The Cases of Ernesto Galarza and Manuel Ruiz, Jr.”
by Laura E. Gomez

Working Paper Series No. 26
“Is the Classroom Another Rashomon?: Conflicting Views of Teachers, Parents and Students”
by Ursula Casanova

Working Paper Series No. 27
“Becoming Mexican American: The Spanish-Language Press and the Biculturation of Californio Elites, 1852-1870”
by Roberto R. Trevino

Working Paper Series No. 28
“Chicano Empowerment and the Politics of At-large Elections in California: A Tale of Two Cities”
by William V. Flores

Working Paper Series No. 29
“La Comunidad En Lucha: The Development of the East Los Angeles High School Blowouts”
by Juan Javier Inda

Working Paper Series No. 30
“Chicano Cinema and Horizon of Expectations: A Discursive Analysis of Recent Film Reviews in the Mainstream, Alternative and Hispanic Press”
by Chon Noriega

Working Paper Series No. 31
“Policy Consequences and the Change from At-large Elections to Single Member Districts”
by Luis Ricardo Fraga

Working Paper Series No. 32
“Distinguishing Between Proficiency, Choice, and Attitudes in Questions about Language for Bilinguals”
by Kenji Hakuta

Working Paper Series No. 33
“Bilingualism As A Gift”
by Kenji Hakuta

Working Paper Series No. 34
“Three Critical Texts of the Chicano Generation of the Eighties”
by Miguel R. López

Working Paper Series No. 35
“Tres Textos Criticos Chicanos de La Generacion Del Ochenta”
by Miguel López Rojo

Working Paper Series No. 36
“Re-Imagining National Communities”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 37
“Race and the Borderlands in Arturo Islas’s Migrant Souls”
by Renato Rosaldo

Working Paper Series No. 38
“The Wrong Message at the Wrong Time”
by Miguel Mendez

Working Paper Series No. 39
“I’ll Tell You What’s Pathological”
by Gerald López

Working Paper Series No. 40
“Bilingualism and Language Policy: Uncommon Knowledge and Common Concerns”
by Guadalupe Valdés

Working Paper Series No. 41
“Daring to Dream: Re-Visioning Culture and Citizenship”
by Mary Louise Pratt

Working Paper Series No. 42
“Ethnic Politics, Public Policy, and the Public Interest”
by Luis Ricardo Fraga and Bari E. Anhalt

Working Paper Series No. 43
“Service Utilization among Latinos in the United States”
by Katherine L. Baisden and Luis R. Fraga

Working Paper Series No. 44
“The Need for Further Research on Childhood Pesticide Exposure”
by Valerie Zartarian

Working Paper Series No. 45
“Making Space for Coalition Building: Multi-Ethnic Los Angeles?”
by Melvin Oliver, David Grant and Alaric Battle

Working Paper Series No. 46
“The Economics of the L.A. Uprising: Implications for Urban Policy”
by Manuel Pastor

Working Paper Series No. 47
“Identity, Conflict and Evolving Latino Communities: Cultural Citizenship in San Jose, California”
by Renato Rosaldo, William V. Flores and Blanca Silvestrini

Working Paper Series No. 48
“Race and Representation in Tongues Untied, The Last Generation and Paris is Burning”
by Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano and Diana Paulin

Working Paper Series No. 49
“A Pilot Study to Collect Micro-Activity Data of 2-4 year Old Farm Labor Children in Salinas Valley, California”
by Valerie G. Zartarian, Joel Streicker, Angelica Rivera, Claudia S. Cornejo, Servando Molina, Oscar F. Valadez and James O. Leckie

Working Paper Series No. 50
“The Declining Significance of Rights: Civil Rights in a Multicultural Society”
by Luis Ricardo Fraga and Jorge Ruiz-de-Velasco

Working Paper Series No. 51
“Looking for the Brown Box: Conceptualizing Relations between Chicano History and Technological Politics. Part 1: Exploratory Discussion”
by Carlos Eduardo Martín

Working Paper Series No. 52
“Looking for the Brown Box: Conceptualizing Relations between Chicano History and Technological Politics. Part 2: Chicano Technological Investigations and Theory”
by Carlos Eduardo Martín

 
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