Table of contents for Transformations of la familia on the U.S.-Mexico border / edited by Raquel R. Mãaarquez and Harriett D. Romo.

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Contents
List of Tables and Figures
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Raquel R. M¿rquez and Harriett D. Romo
Chapter 1
A Demographic Profile of Children and Families in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region
Yolanda C. Padilla and Ana Marie Argilagos
Chapter 2
An Overview of Children and Youth on the Northern Mexican Border
Catalina Palmer
Chapter 3
The Extended Border: A Case Study of San Antonio as a Transnational City
Harriett D. Romo
Chapter 4
The Complex Picture of Cities near the U.S.-Mexico Border: The Case of Southern California
Belinda I. Reyes and Amanda G. Bailey
Chapter 5
Maquiladora or Cross-Border Commute: The Employment of Members of Households in Five Mexican Border Cities
Marie-Laure Coub¿s
Chapter 6
Transborder Interactions and Transnational Processes in the Border Community of Laredo, Texas
Raquel R. M¿rquez
Chapter 7
Coming of Age across Borders: Family, Gender, and Place in the Lives of Second-Generation Transnational Mexicanas
Patricia S¿nchez
Chapter 8
"I'm Bien Pocha": Borderlands Epistemologies and the Teaching of English in Mexico
Mary A. Petr¿n
Chapter 9
The Real and the Symbolic: Visualizing Border Spaces
Amelia Malagamba-Ans¿tegui
Chapter 10
Latina Entrepreneurship in the Borderlands: Family Well-Being and Poverty Reduction Policies
B¿rbara J. Robles
Chapter 11
Public Policy Changes on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Irasema Coronado
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Family -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Mexican American women -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.
Women immigrants -- Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions.