Delving into questions of group classification and the meaning of identity, Officially Hispanic argues that the Hispanic category, as currently used by the federal government, does not capture the multiplicity of circumstances and identities among Hispanics. The standardized category then may need to be modified in order to serve its public policy purposes. This timely inquiry addresses one of the central questions of modern states: how to integrate, socially and politically, all of its citizens.Classification Policy and Identity JosAc Enrique Idler. 12. aquot;Revisions ... See the U.S Department of Health and Human Servicesa#39; 2005 Poverty Guidelines. ... Amy Gutmann (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994). 27. 42 U.S.C. 1973. 28.
|Author||:||José Enrique Idler|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2007|