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Running head: REVIEW QUESTIONS 1 Review Questions James A. Overstreet, Jr. ETH/125 April 17, 2011 Pam Alexandroff
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REVIEW QUESTIONS 2 Review Questions 1. What different factors seem to unite and divide the Latino community in the United States? Latinos are united with the close-knit of family ties, the use more traditional views to maintain a family and they also prefer their children to remain home until they are married. What divides them is in the states the adults work and this causes the older children to not be like normal teenage children they must stay at home to take care of the younger kids and maintain a home for them all as the adults work all odd hours of the day and night. 2. How do Hispanics view themselves as a group? Latinos strive to keep their heritage in order to keep their race strong, they also come together as one group to fight adverse situations and common concerns. Most Latinos are moving economically and socially from their roots. 3.
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