MAS Working Papers

MAS Working Papers are available online free of charge at the University of Arizona Main Library.

No. 1: Bilingual Development and the Education of Bilingual Children During Early Childhood. Eugene García and Steve Martínez, 1981. (Abstract)

No. 2: The Border Patrol and News Media Coverage of Undocumented Mexican Immigrants During the 1970s: A Quantitative Content Analysis in the Sociology of Knowledge. Celestino Fernández and Lawrence R. Pedroza, 1981. (Abstract)

No. 3: The Evolution of Higher Education in Mexico: A Profile. Martín M. Ahumada, 1982. (Introduction

No. 4: Reformation of Arizona's Bilingual Education Policy: Litigation or Legislation? Michael D. Sacken, 1983. (Introduction)

No. 5: Hispanic Youth in the Labor Market: An Analysis of "High School and Beyond." Roberto M. Fernández, 1985. (Introduction)
No. 6: Selections from De la Vida y del Folclore de la Frontera (a book of short stories). Miguel Méndez M., 1986. ("El Güero Paparruchas")

No. 7: Entrepreneurship and Business Development: The Case of Mexican Americans. David L. Torres, 1986. (Introduction)

No. 8
: Mexican American Youth Organization: Precursors of Change in Texas. Ignacio García, 1987. (Introduction)

No. 9: Determinants of Involuntary Part-Time Work Among Chicanos. Roberto M. De Anda, 1987. (Introduction)

No. 10: Dilemmas of the High Achieving Chicana: The Double-Bind Factor in Male/Female Relationships. Judith T. González, 1987. (Abstract)

No. 11: Chicano Urban Politics: The Role of the Political Entrepreneur. David E. Camacho, 1987. (Introduction)

No. 12: Mexicanos and Chicanos: Examining Political Involvement and Interface in the U.S. Political System. John A. García, 1987. (Abstract)

No. 13: Phenotypic Discrimination and Income Differences Among Mexican Americans. Edward E. Telles and Edward Murguia, 1988. (Abstract)

No. 14
: Hispanic Business in Tucson Since 1854. Melissa Amado, 1988. (Abstract)

No. 15: An Exploratory Study of Bi-National News in Mexican and American Border Area Newspapers, 1977 to 1988. Thomas Gelsinon, 1990. (Summary)

No. 16: Tierra No Mas Incognita: The Atlas of Mexican American History. Antonio Ríos-Bustamante, 1990. (Introduction)

No. 17: El Orgullo De Ser: Mexican American/Latino Applied History Programs, Exhibitions and Museums. Antonio Ríos-Bustamante, 1990. (Introduction)

No. 18: Motivators for Colon Cancer Prevention Among Elderly Mexican Americans. Judith T. González, 1990. (Abstract)

No. 19: Predictors of Breast Self-Examination Among Mexican American Women: A Path Analytic Model. Judith T. González, 1990. (Abstract)

No. 20: U.S. Immigration Authorities and Victims of Human and Civil Rights Abuses: The Border Interaction Project Study of South Tucson, Arizona, and South Texas. Robert E. Koulish, Manuel Escobedo, Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith, and John Robert Warren, 1994. (Overview of Findings)

No. 21: National Origin Based Variations of Latino Voter Turnout in 1988: Findings from the Latino National Political Survey. John R. Arvizu, 1994. (Abstract)

No. 22: Selections from A Frontier Documentary: Mexican Tucson, 1821-1846. Kieran McCarty, 1994. (Excerpts)

No. 23: Utilizing the Informal Economy: The Case of Chicago's Maxwell Street Market. Steven Balkin, Alfonso Morales, and Joseph Persky, 1994. (Abstract)

No. 24: Jose Rangel Cantú: South Texas' Fiery Radio Warrior. Carlos Larralde, 1995. (Abstract)

No. 25: Beyond Access to Health Care: Institutional and Cultural Barriers Experienced by Mexican Americans in a Southwestern Community. Antonio L. Estrada, 1996. (Abstract)

No. 26: The Education of Immigrant Children: The Impact of Age at Arrival. Arturo González, 1998. (Abstract)

No. 27: Mexican American Women and Social Change: The Founding of the Community Service Organization in Los Angeles, An Oral History. Linda M. Apodaca, 1999. (Abstract)

No. 28: The Influence of Cultural Values On Self-Efficacy in Reducing HIV Risk Behaviors. Antonio L. Estrada, Barbara D. Estrada, and Gilbert Quintero, 1999. (Abstract)

No. 29: LULAC and Veterans Organize for Civil Rights in Tempe and Phoenix, 1940-1947. Christine Marín, 2001. (Abstract)

No. 30: Of Information Highways and Toxic Byways: Women and Environmental Protest in a Northern Mexican City. Anna Ochoa O'Leary, 2002. (Abstract)

No. 31: Social Exchange Practices among Mexican-Origin Women in Nogales, Arizona: Prospects for Education Acquisition. Anna Ochoa O'Leary, 2004. (Abstract)

No. 32: Flexible Labor and Underinvestment in Women’s Education on the U.S-Mexico Border. Anna Ochoa O'Leary, Gloria Ciria Valdez-Gardea, and Norma González, 2005. (Abstract)

No. 33: Viva Emiliano Zapata! Viva Benito Juarez! Helping Mexican and Chicano Middle School Students Develop a Chicano Conciousness via Critical Pedagogy and Latino/Latina Critical Race Theory. Martha Casas, 2006. (Abstract)

No. 34: Mujeres en el Cruce: Mapping Family Separation/Reunification at a Time of Border (In)Security. Anna Ochoa O'Leary, 2007. (Abstract)

No. 35 Chicana/o Students' Engagement with Arizona's "Anti-Ethnic Studies" Bill 1108: Civic Engagement, Ethnic Identity and Well-being. Anna Ochoa O'Leary and Andrea J. Romero, 2010. (Abstract)

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