2 edition of Understanding the Latinx Experience found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
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This book is important for policymakers and campusadministrators in defying the all too easy overgeneralizations of groups thatresult in poor policies and practices. The Latino presence continues to grow in traditional population enclaves and has tripled in areas that are not traditionally associated with this pan-ethnic group.
Intersections of multiple identities and contextual influences• The qualitative part of the research design offers clear examples of the complex lives of Latinx college students.
A lifespan model of Latinx ethnic identity development• Please only use eBay contact form to communicate with us. Help us keep doing that.
Abstract Latinx student enrollment in higher education institutions has increased over the years. Practitioners will learn about practices that help Latinx college students. Thankfully, critical race theory provides powerful tools that help us understand how systems reproduce racial inequities — that is the only way we hold the devil at bay.
Thisbook is essential if we are to indeed educate the future of our nation. Thus, it is imperative that we understand the students we serve and provide them the tools necessary to succeed.
Published Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC.
This is a must read for those who want to develop well informed policies or be quality educators. We are here to help. The transformation and growth that occurred in their academic journey informed the participant's practice that leads to service for other first-generation Latinx students at the institution. AUDIO BOOKS If you are ordering an audio book, please not that these are in CD Audio or MP3 format. The authors provide insight into identity development, environmental influences, and how these factors influence persistence in higher education.
By using a synthesis approach to organize multiple studies around how being Latinx influences the experiences of students in college and beyond, the authors offer a holistic view of the Latino population. One strength of this book is the solid research included. We tell the whole story, even when the details are inconvenient. This timely book synthesizes new research and its implications for practice that is critical for professionals working with Latinos in educational and counseling contexts.
This is a must read for those who want todevelop well informed policies or be quality educators. Environmental influences on the experiences of Understanding the Latinx Experience individuals• requires a considerably deeper understanding of individuals that share this multifaceted identity.
One student may thrive in a Hispanic serving institution while another may not, some may appreciate proactive advising and others may be turned off, and some may feel a need to belong on campus while others aspire to continue to be part of their home community.
Thisbook is essential if we are to indeed educate the future of our nation.