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Ethnographic Practice
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“Barrios to Burbs”: THE MAKING OF THE MEXICAN AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS” BY JODY AGIUS VALLEJO.



1. Before begining this exercise describe your perceptionf and or stereotypes towards people of Mexican descent. How have your perceptions been colored by your experiences and social media?



2. Find someone from a Mexican background. Be sure to indentify the generational backgroup of your informant and their geopgraphic path in the United States. For example, Jose spent his first 5 years of life in east LA then moved to Anaheim and is now currently living in Mission Viejo. Also indentify the geographic origin of the first generation; from where in Mexico did they immigrate. This will be a short ethno=history of your informant. Be sure to use a pseudonym for your informant and not her or his real name.


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3. Explain to your informant what you are attempting to do and why. One sailent point would clearly be that you wish to pass this class. Breifly give an account of Vallejo’s book and provide several points that she raises that you wish to investigate. Consider the following as a place to begin:

– Vallejo devotes a large amount of space to the questions of assimilation and discrimination.

Another question Vellejo focuses on is weather or not second, thirs, and fourth generations of Mexicans will retain their ethnicity, physical aspects of Mexican culture, cultural indentity regarding family and a responsibility to assist newly arrived immigrants as they move into the middle class.



4. Contrust a series of questions (be sure to attach the list of questions) and begin your mini ethnography.



5. Compare your results to what Vallejo found. Are your results similar or do they differ? Explain your results.

Ethnographic Practice

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“Barrios to Burbs”: THE MAKING OF THE MEXICAN AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS” BY JODY AGIUS VALLEJO.

1. Before begining this exercise describe your perceptionf and or stereotypes towards people of Mexican descent. How have your perceptions been colored by your experiences and social media?

2. Find someone from a Mexican background. Be sure to indentify the generational backgroup of your informant and their geopgraphic path in the United States. For example, Jose spent his first 5 years of life in east LA then moved to Anaheim and is now currently living in Mission Viejo. Also indentify the geographic origin of the first generation; from where in Mexico did they immigrate. This will be a short ethno=history of your informant. Be sure to use a pseudonym for your informant and not her or his real name.

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3. Explain to your informant what you are attempting to do and why. One sailent point would clearly be that you wish to pass this class. Breifly give an account of Vallejo’s book and provide several points that she raises that you wish to investigate. Consider the following as a place to begin:

– Vallejo devotes a large amount of space to the questions of assimilation and discrimination.

Another question Vellejo focuses on is weather or not second, thirs, and fourth generations of Mexicans will retain their ethnicity, physical aspects of Mexican culture, cultural indentity regarding family and a responsibility to assist newly arrived immigrants as they move into the middle class.

4. Contrust a series of questions (be sure to attach the list of questions) and begin your mini ethnography.

5. Compare your results to what Vallejo found. Are your results similar or do they differ? Explain your results.

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