Batos, bolillos, pochos, and pelados : class and culture on the South Texas border / Chad Richardson and Michael J. Pisani.
- Revised edition.
- Austin : University of Texas Press, 2017.
- Jack and Doris Smothers series in Texas history, life, and culture ; no. 45.
Jack and Doris Smothers series in Texas history, life, and culture ; number forty-five
xix, 410 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Social classes -- Texas.
Social classes -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Subculture -- Texas.
Subculture -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Texas -- Race relations.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Race relations.
Texas -- Ethnic relations.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Ethnic relations.
Mexicans -- Texas -- Social conditions.
Mexicans -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Mexicans -- Social conditions.
North America -- Mexican-American Border Region.
- pt. 1. Ranking and class inequality
Migrant farmworkers with Juanita Valdez Cox
The colonias of South Texas with David Arizmendi
"Only a Maid" : undocumented domestic workers in South Texas
Social inequality on the Mexican side of the border
Conclusion : social class on the South Texas Northern Mexico border
pt. 2. Racial and ethnic inequality
The pain of gain : South Texas schools then and now with Daniel P. King
From Mexicanos to Mexican Americans to Americans? with Chrystell Flota
"Ahí Viene el Bolillo!" : anglos in South Texas with Jenny Chamberlain
Race and ethnicity in South Texas
Conclusion : the interaction of race, class, and ethnicity
Epilogue : the strength and resilience of people of the South Texas border with John Sargent
Appendix A. Borderlife survey research projects utilized in this volume
Appendix B. Students who contributed ethnographic accounts.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 379-397) and index.
- Pisani, Michael J., 1962- author.
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