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Table of Contents List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgments Series Preface? Introduction 1. La Migra 2. Beginning Fieldwork 3: Norte and Sur: Government, School, and Research Perspectives 4. Hemispheric Localism: Language, Racialized Nationalism and the Politicization of Youth 5. "Muy Macha": Gendered Performances and the Avoidance of Social Injury 6. Smile Now Cry Later: Memorializing Practices Linking Language, Materiality And Embodiment 7. Icons and Exemplars: Ethnographic Approaches in Variationist Sociolinguistics 8. Variation in a Community of Practice 9. "That's the whole thing [t5iN]!": Discourse Markers and Teenage Speech 10. Conclusion Bibliography Appendix
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Youth -- Language.
Latin Americans -- Languages.
Teenage girls -- Language.
Language and culture.