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Authors

Heidi Howarth

Orginal Publication Date

1994

Journal Title

Explorations in Ethnic Studies

Volume

17

Issue

ees/vol17/iss1

First Page

[45]

Last Page

61

Abstract

This paper examines the experience of Hispanic females in the public school in relation to how alternative learning, which takes place outside of classroom activities and discussions, generates a distinct method by which to gain an education. Four major frameworks utilized in discussing minority participation in education are presented and a focus on gender differences in education is submitted. This is followed by information obtained through an in-depth interview process. Analysis of the information shows the failure to account for differentiation between male and female Hispanics presents an assimilationist posturing of research. By placing race/ethnicity, class, and gender on equal footing in research, the institution of education may learn to adapt itself to the unique process of becoming educated which has been developed by Hispanas.

Rights

Copyright, ​©EES, The National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1994

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