Vera John-Steiner and Holbrook Mahn. Educational Psychologist 31(3/4), Summer/Fall 1996, 191-206.
African American Education: A Reference Handbook.
Cynthia L. Jackson. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 2001.
Focuses on schooling, higher education (specifically the black
colleges), and the legal influence (e.g., executive orders, legislative
acts, Supreme Court rulings) on African American education. Historical
overview, with emphasis on the period since 1954. Includes an annotated
Dana Call Number: Ref. LC2741 .J33 2001
Asian American Encyclopedia
Franklin Ny, editor. New York, Marshall Cavendish, 1995. 6 vols.
Signed entries on topics dealing with various Asian groups in the U.S.
Especially strong on cultural aspects and issues. Bibliographic
references. An outstanding resource.
Dana Call Number: Ref. E184 .O6A827 1995.
Reference Library of European America.
Detroit, Gale Research, 1999. 4 vols.
Vols 1 and 2 consist of essays describing the experiences of European
immigrant groups in America (settlement patterns,
acculturation and assimilation, language, family and community dynamics,
and religion). Vols 3 and 4 describe the homeland countries.
Dana Call Number: Ref. E184.E95398 1999
Richard and Rafael Chabran, editors. New York, Marshall Cavendish, 1996. 6 vols.
More than 1900 entries ranging from several paragraphs to signed
full-length articles with annotated bibliographies relating to the
Latino experience in the United States
c. 1960- . Index to some 130 journals, as well as books, book
chapters, popular magazines, and newspapers relating to
Chicanos/Chicanas and Mexican Americans. From 1992 forward, includes
records for material on the broader Latino experience, including Puerto
Ricans, Cuban Americans, and Central American immigrants.
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