essay

The psychohistorical and socioeconomic development of the Chicano community in the United States

Proceedings of the Institute on Narcotic Addiction among Mexican Americans in the Southwest, Our Lady of the Lake College, 1971Rockville, Md. • Published In 1973 • Pages: 16-42

By: Alvarez, Rodolfo, United States.National Institute Of Mental Health. Division Of Narcotic Addiction And Drug Abuse.

Abstract
This article provides a summary history of Chicanos in the United States. It divides Chicano history into four stages: the Creation Generation, the Migrant Generation, the Mexican-American Generation, and the current Chicano Generation. The salient socio-economic features of each stage are or 'Generation' are described.
Subjects
Identification
History
Acculturation and culture contact
Sociocultural trends
Ethnosociology
Cultural identity and pride
Education system
Liberal arts education
culture
Chicanos
HRAF PubDate
2002
Region
North America
Sub Region
Regional, Ethnic and Diaspora Cultures
Document Type
essay
Evaluation
Historian, Indigene-4,5
Analyst
M. A. Marcus ; Marlene Martin ; 1986
Coverage Date
sixteenth century - 1970s
Coverage Place
United States
Notes
Rodolfo Alvarez
Includes bibliographical references (p. 40-42)
LCCN
73603484
LCSH
Mexican Americans