"Shadowed Lives" by Leo R. Chavez.
One of the few case studies of undocumented immigrants available, this perceptive anthropological study improves a group of people too often abridged to statistics and typecast. The suffering of Hispanic relocation is expressed in the immigrants' own accent while the author's voice elevates questions about authority, typecast, settlement, and assimilation into American society.
Immigrants are torn by contradictory social and intellectual demands, while facing the confront of entry into a strange intimidating environment. The migratory progression, for whatever the reason, seems to improve…
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