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The Hispanic way

aspects of behavior, attitudes, and customs in the Spanish-speaking world
  • 113 Pages
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Passport Books , Lincolnwood, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A
Usage, Social life and customs, Manners and customs, Spanish language, Handbooks, ma
StatementJudith Noble, Jaime Lacasa
ContributionsLacasa, Jaime
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF1408.3 .N62 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 113 pages :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26335188M
ISBN 100606046968
ISBN 139780606046961
OCLC/WorldCa36658251

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Includes 73 major points, covering everything from acronyms and abbreviations to bullfighting, dating, holidays, and work. Increases students' cultural awareness and ability to understand Spanish. The Hispanic way aspects of behavior, attitudes, and customs in the Spanish-speaking world by Judith Noble Published by Passport Books in Lincolnwood, Chicago, Ill., : Love This: The Hispanic Way.

This is a handy guide to understanding how people from every corner of the Spanish speaking world think, do business, and act in their daily lives. The Hispanic way: aspects of behavior, attitudes, and customs in the Spanish-speaking world by Noble, Judith; Lacasa, JaimePages: Judith Noble is the author of The Hispanic Way ( avg rating, 20 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), Introduction to Quechua ( avg rating, 9 rati /5(6).

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He is a brilliant historian, apparently a good teacher, and an extremely good writer. He writes as an American immigrant, as an historian, and as an Hispanic. His purpose in writing is to throw light on the changing Hispanic influence on the USA.

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The ethnonyms Hispanic and Latino are used to refer collectively to the inhabitants of the United States who are of Latin American or Spanish origin (see Hispanic and Latino Americans).The usage of both terms has changed to adapt to a wide range of geographical and historical influences.

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The Hispanic way: aspects of behavior, attitudes, and customs in the Spanish-speaking world. [Judith Noble; Jaime Lacasa] -- A reference guide to understanding the common as well as the divergent cultural traits of the Hispanic world. Includes 73 major points, covering everything from acronyms and abbreviations to.

Building Our Understanding: Culture Insights Communicating with Hispanic/Latinos Culture is a learned system of knowledge, behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, values, and norms that is shared by a group of people (Smith, ). In the broadest sense, culture includes how people think, what they do, and how they use things to sustain their lives.

Summary Students will find "The Hispanic Way" an indispensable reference as it familiarizes them with the common as well as the divergent cultural traits of the Hispanic world. It includes 73 major points, covering everything from acronyms and abbreviations to bullfighting, dating, holidays, and.

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As discussed in other chapters of this report, on average the socioeconomic status of Hispanics in the United States is considerably lower than that of non-Hispanic whites. Hispanics also face a variety of barriers to receiving health care services of Cited by: double the number of Hispanic students in American public schools in as there were in In nearly 10 million Hispanic students were enrolled in public schools meaning that 1 in every 5 students were Hispanic compared to 1 in every 8 in (Fry & Gonzales, ).

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