Fogelson and Sanchez

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Coming From Elsewhere AMST 101gm
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“Most of all, experienced researchers know how to get from start to finish not easily, perhaps, but as efficiently as the complexity of their tasks allows. That’s the aim of this book (5).” How do You do Good Research?
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Fogelson, “The Great Migration: Los Angeles, 1850-1930” How does this stanza square with Fogelson’s point about the “great migration” to LA? Tables 6, 7, 8 (pp. 80-81) Refugee/immigrant from “old world” -- LA v. other immigrant destinations “Unlike the typical Am. Metropolis, L.A. did not have…a vast group of European Immigrants” (79).
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How does these stanzas square with Fogelson’s point about the “great migration” to LA? Emory Fiske Skinner (68) LA Chamber of Commerce and the “profound change in American values and aspirations” (70); waning of Agrarian Myth and Protestant Work Ethic (72) Mission Myth Ramona clip (1936) “Lazy Mexican” stereotype?
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