Vol 14, No 1 (2013)

Special Issue: The Impact of Socio-Economic, Cultural, Political, and International Factors on Latinos/Latinas in the US

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The Impact of Socio-Economic, Cultural, Political, and International Factors on Latinos/Latinas in United States PDF
Irene Queiro-Tajalli i-viii


Workers, Education, and Social Change in Brazil PDF
William J. Mello 1-12
Globalization, Inequality, and Transnational Activism: A Case Study on Chile PDF
Moctezuma Garcia 13-25
Colombians in the United States: A Study of Their Well-Being PDF
Cándida Madrigal 26-48
Acculturation and Life Satisfaction Among Immigrant Mexican Adults PDF
Flavio F. Marsiglia, Jaime M. Booth, Adrienne Baldwin, Stephanie Ayers 49-64
Addressing Older Latinos’ Spiritual Needs in Hospital Settings: Identifying Predictors of Satisfaction PDF
David R. Hodge, Robert J. Wolosin, Robin P. Bonifas 65-81
Quality of Life of Latina Breast Cancer Survivors: From Silence to Empowerment PDF
Gloria P. Martinez-Ramos, Mary Jo Garcia Biggs, Yvonne Lozano 82-101
Leadership Development for Latino Community Emancipation: An Integrative Approach in Social Work Education PDF
Antonia Elizabeth Cordero, Lirio K. Negroni 102-124
Parental and Familial Factors Among Latino/a Youths’ Successful Matriculation into Postsecondary Education PDF
Sarah P. Maxwell 125-145
Culturally-Attuned Mentoring for Graduating Latina/o Social Workers to Foster Career Advancement PDF
Nelly Rojas Schwan, Lirio K. Negroni, Annette Santiago-Kozmon 146-162
Reducing Barriers to Career Entry for Latinos: An Examination of Pathways into Social Work PDF
Anthony De Jesús 163-177
The Role of Acculturation in the Civic Engagement of Latino Immigrants PDF
Cristina Michele Tucker, Anna Maria Santiago 178-205
Mexican Immigrant Families Under Siege: The Impact of Anti-Immigrant Policies, Discrimination, and the Economic Crisis PDF
Cecilia Ayón, David Becerra 206-228
The Impact of Immigration Legislations on Latino Families: Implications for Social Work PDF
Sylvia Romero, Melissa Romero Williams 229-246
Social Networks That Promote Well-Being Among Latino Migrant Day Laborers PDF
Nalini Junko Negi, Lynn Michalopoulos, Javier Boyas, Adrianna Overdorff 247-259
Carolina del Norte and the New South: Social Work Practice with New Latino Immigrant Communities PDF
Lisa de Saxe Zerden, Arianna Taboada, Quentin Joshua Hinson 260-275
Family Assistance for Older Adults in Puerto Rico PDF
Paul-Jesús Fericelli 276-288
Voces de los Menores Inmigrantes en el Sistema de Cuidado Sustituto de Puerto Rico PDF
Evelyza Crespo-Rivera 289-306

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