CS 178 Final
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The definition of Ideology of
"World view that determines how arguments will be received and interpreted"
Looking for a set of beliefs, values, attitudes, and behaviors.
Ways of thinking and p
American GI forum?
a mexican american had not served on a jurn in jackson county
Procedural history: what has happened in the courts to this point?
following tril in texas state trial court, decision was appealed to texas court of criminal
The mexican american war 1846-1848:
1821: mexican gains independence form spain. mexico was appx twice its current size
and included present day texas, cali, az, nm, nv, and parts of utah, colorado and kansas
after mexican inde, american settlers began
Chicano studies 178: voting rights
Hisotrical obstacles to minority voting rights:
all white primaries
prohibitions against interpreters at the polls
The voting rights act of 1965
major legilation which eliminated votin
Cont ways you can get a visa:
victims of human trafficking or other crimes (affecting individuals and families)
trafficking rape, murder, manslaughter, domestic violence, sexual assilt
T-visa (nonimmigrant) (human trafficking)
U-Visa (nonimmigrant vic
Language discrimination against latinos: the english only movement and workplace restrictions
on speaking spanish
Ruiz v Hull (1998): Arizona and official english
1988 ballot initiative established english as
offiical language of the state of ari
Royce 160, Tues 5 -6 .review session with micheal
-Study List for Quiz One
Mexican-American War, 1846-48
What was the contested border?
Lincoln and Grants perspective
war was unjust
Nicholas Trist perspective
Negotiated treaty, and he felt more shame as
Bilingual ducation: Lau v nichols and proposition 227
Lau v Nichols (1974)
should public k12 schools be required to provide special english language instructions
for students who do not speak english?
does failure to provide such instruction violate sec
Background for mendez case
from late 1890-1940, citrus was californias most profital agricultural crop. in the late
1930s, california produced 60% of all citrus consumed in the US, and 21% of the global
citrus suply. as an ex of athe great profitiablit