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Social Protest in an Urban Barrio Hardcover – February 22, 1991

ISBN-13: 978-0819179623 ISBN-10: 0819179620

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Marin's study does assist in bringing attention to the importance of the Chicano movement not only for our understanding of contemporary Chicano history but also for our understanding of the sixties.>>>> (The Journal Of American History)

Provides a fine example of the integration of theory into rigorous qualitative empirical inquiry.>>>> (Nancy Jurik The Journal Of American History)

Marin has provided one of the first analyses of the Chicano movement on the local level that moves beyond the genre of personal memoir.>>>> (Western Historical Quarterly)

Marin has provided one of the first analyses of the Chicano movement on the local level that moves beyond the genre of personal memoir. (Western Historical Quarterly)

Marin's study does assist in bringing attention to the importance of the Chicano movement not only for our understanding of contemporary Chicano history but also for our understanding of the sixties. (The Journal Of American History)

Provides a fine example of the integration of theory into rigorous qualitative empirical inquiry. (Nancy Jurik The Journal Of American History)

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Marguerite V. Marin is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington.

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