8 edition of Settlers of Bajavista found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James F. Hopgood.|
|Series||Papers in international studies : Latin America series ;, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||HN120.M56 H66 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||79021191|
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Settlers of Bajavista: social and economic adaptation in a Mexican squatter settlement. Author of Settlers of Bajavista: Social and Economic Adaptation in a Mexican Squatter Settlement, Hopgood was presented the Strongest Influence Award by the NKU Alumni Council.
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From the Introduction to Settlers: The Mythology of the White Proletariat: This work throws the light of historical materialism on Babylon itself.
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SETTLERS OF BAJAVISTA: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ADAPTATION IN A MEXICAN SQUATTER SETTLEMENT. Papers in International Studies, Latin America Series Ho. 7- Athens, Ohio: Center for Inter national Studies, Ohio University, xi + pp.
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"This volume asks us again and again what is common among such figures as Israeli holy men, an Argentinean dictator's wife, a Mexican folk healer, and Elvis Presley. SETTLERS OF BAJAVISTA: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ADAPTATION IN A MEXICAN SQUATTER SETTLEMENT By JAMES F.
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He is the author of Settlers of Bajavista: Social and Economic Adaptation in a Mexican Squatter Settlement (The Ohio University, Athens, ) and many chapters and articles, including the recently published "Another Japanese Version: An American Actor in Japanese Hands". Hopgood, James F.
SETTLERS OF BAJAVISTA: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ADAPTATION IN A MEXICAN SQUATTER SETTLEMENT. Papers in Interna-tional Studies, Latin American Series No. Athens: Ohio University Press, Ohio University Center for International Studies, Latin America Program.
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He spent a year in doing fieldwork in Mexico with the Mastizos, a Mexican, ethnic group of mixed Spanish and Indian heritage. He studied their settlement and how they adapted from rural to city life, and chronicled his findings in his book, “Settlers of Bajavista.” He continues to study the Mastizos and visits the settlement often.
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