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These efforts took many forms within the Italian-American "community." Organizations, whether established or recently-formed, were an increasingly visible link to ethnicity. Public intellectuals like the historian Richard Gambino published books for a general audience detailing the Italian-American experience and contributed to the mainstream and ethnic press.
Despite its strengths, White Ethnic New York may also frustrate some historians of ethnicity and urban life.
Essentially sociological in its content, Kazal's work does not speculate on what American culture lost with the depreciation and disappearance of German-American ethnicity. However, throughout his work Kazal treats German-American ethnicity as a lost good, even though its definition and potential largely go undefined.
At the same time, the important role of gender and ethnicity in students' academic performance has also been well documented (Xu, 2006; Xu & Corno, 2003).
(1.) Gibson-Davis CM and Brooks-Gunn J, Couples' immigration status and ethnicity as determinants of breastfeeding, American Journal of Public Health, 2006, 96(4): 641-646.
For three key terms, "myth," "race," and "ethnicity," Prentiss provides concise working definitions.
What Sansone proposes in terms of theory is a more fluid understanding of the relationship between blackness, culture, and ethnicity. His interview-based ethnographic research, carried out centrally in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia (but also in the cities of Rio de Janeiro and comparatively in Amsterdam, Netherlands), reveals that "black bodies" and African-based cultural repertoires abound.
One of the greatest failures of Researching 'Race' and Ethnicity derives from the limited analytic depth presented in the first chapter.
This bilingual publication shares papers and discussions from the seminar entitled "The Dimensions of Gender, Race and Ethnicity in the Dynamics of Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean," which took place at the Americas Social Forum in Quito Ecuador in July 2004.
Essays are divided into three sections roughly corresponding to past, present, and future issues surrounding gender, ethnicity, and religion in broad, cross-cultural and trans-historical contexts, from early twentieth-century New Orleans to contemporary Cuba and Belize.
Of all reported hate crimes, 1,144 offenses were based on the perceived ethnicity or national origin of the victim.