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Autumn Constance Reading 32 Stereotypes and Myths associated with research Mexican immigrant families were analyzed as traditional cultural forms. Instead of studying to help Latinos they were studied as aliens. Old notions of Latino family life included deviance, deficiency and disorganization. A significant portion of scholarship includes only Mexican origin groups and claims to generalize the findings to other Latinos. Pg. 448 Labor and Immigration The common assumption that immigrants are assimilated by taking entry level positions and advancing has not been supported by the Mexican experience -Mexicans have low family income, high labor force participation, lowest educational attainment and largest household size of all Latino groups. Pg. 451 Puerto Ricans are the most economically disadvantaged of all Latino groups while Cubans have higher incomes and far lower poverty rates than other groups. For a Latino family their median family income stands at less than two thirds the median
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