Puerto Rican Americans; the meaning of migration to the mainland [by] Joseph P. Fitzpatrick.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,
|Series:||Ethnic groups in American life series.
Table of Contents:
- Old experience, New style : The Basic theme ; The Puerto Ricans ; The City of New York ; Identity
- Dynamics of migration : Factors contributing to migration
- The Contract farm worker program
- Identity : The Abiding problem : Culture : Society ; Identity and community ; Cultural pluralism ; Contemporary theory ; Social or structural assimiliation
- Prelud to uncertainty : The Island background : The Island ; Economic devlopment ; The Rise of the middle class ; The Role of religion
- Puerto Rican community in New York City : Communities in other mainland cities
- The Puerto Rican family : Background of the Puerto Rican family ; Structure of the Puerto Rican family ; Marriage and family in Puerto Rico: The Demographic picture ; Transition to the mainland ; Present situation of Puerto Rican families
- The Problem of color : Designation of color in Puerto Rico ; Factors which tempered discrimination in Puerto Rico ; The Problem of color in New York ; Continuance of racial integration
- Religion : Religious background of the island ; Puerto Rico ; Prostestantism ; Spiriutalism ; Transition to the mainland ; Protestantism on the mainland.
- Puerto Ricans and the schools of New York City : Statistical evidence of the problem ; Involvement in the school systems ; Achievement testes ; Education and occupatin ; Compensatory education and cultural pluralism ; Bilingualism ; The Community and education
- Special problems: Welfare
- Special problems: Mental illness : Puerto Rican culture and mental illness ; Migration ; Mental health services and the poor
- Special problems: Drug abuse : Identification of the problem ; Causes of drug addiction
- The Meaning of migration.