Learning Capitalist Culture: Deep in the Heart of Tejas
Learning Capitalist Culture presents an ethnographic study of a small, economically-depressed, predominantly Mexican American south Texas town. Like many communities in the Southwest, North Town has undergone cultural and political change since the late sixties, when the Chicano civil rights movement emerged and challenged the segregated racial order.
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Appendix A A Performance Theory of Cultural Reproduction