8 edition of Greasers and Gringos found in the catalog.
September 1, 2003
by NYU Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
In Greasers and Gringos, Steven W. Bender examines and surveys these stereotypes and their evolution, paying close attention to the role of mass media in their : Steven W. Bender. One of the plus “cultural code words” in the book is: GRINGOS (GREEN-gohs) “Greasers from the North” In earlier times the use of the word Gringo in any reference to non-Mexican Caucasians was derogatory. There are two interesting stories about the origin of the word. One, reported as gospel, goes like this.
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In Greasers and Gringos, Steven W. Bender examines and surveys these stereotypes and their evolution, paying close attention to the role of mass media in their perpetuation. Focusing on the intersection between stereotypes and the law, Bender reveals how these negative images have contributed significantly to the often unfair treatment of Cited by: The book compellingly articulates just how deeply ingrained the images of lazy, thieving, drunkard Latinos and sexually voracious, fertile Latinas are in American culture" (City Limits) "Greasers and Gringos is a typically insightful work by one of the most creative critical writers of our time."Cited by: Book Description: Although the origin of the term greaser is debated, its derogatory meaning never has been.
From silent movies like The Greaser's Revenge () and The Girl and the Greaser () with villainous title characters, to John Steinbeck's portrayals of Latinos as lazy, drunken, and shiftless in his novel Tortilla Flat, to the image of violent, criminal, drug-using gang.
In Greasers and Gringos, Steven W. Bender examines and surveys these stereotypes and their evolution, paying close attention to the role of mass media in their perpetuation. Focusing on the intersection between stereotypes and the law, Bender reveals how these negative images have contributed significantly to the often unfair treatment of.
Steven W. Bender is a Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at Seattle University School of Law. He is the author of Greasers and Gringos: Latinos, Law, and the American Imagination (NYU Press, ), and One Night in America: Robert Kennedy, César Chávez, and the Dream of Dignity.
Greasers and Gringos: Latinos, Law, and the American Imagination (Critical America Book 8) eBook: Bender, Steven W.: : Kindle Store/5(3). "Greasers and Gringos" begins the charge of debunking existing stereotypes and implores all Americans to re-imagine Latinos/as as legal and social equals.
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Rate it Brand: NYU Press. Get this from a library. Greasers and gringos: Latinos, law, and the American imagination. [Steven Bender] -- "Negative stereotypes of Latinas/os have been plentiful in American popular culture far before Latinas/os became the most populous minority group in the United States." "In Greasers and Gringos.
The book compellingly articulates just how deeply ingrained the images of lazy, thieving, drunkard Latinos and sexually voracious, fertile Latinas are in American culture * City Limits * Greasers and Gringos is a typically insightful work by one of the most creative critical writers of our time.
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NYU Press, States, it will surprise no reader that this book adds to the call for eradi-cating stereotypes. But determining an effective means to eliminate and to counteract media and societal stereotypes is daunting. Moreover, even ifCited by: COUPON: Rent Greasers and Gringos Latinos, Law, and the American Imagination 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks.
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xv, p. ; 24 cm Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index The confluence of stereotype and law -- Latinas/os in the American imagination -- Centering Latina/o stereotypes in those of other groups -- Greasers and gangsters: Latinas/os and crime -- Mañana (is soon enough for me): fertility and welfare -- In the U.S.A.
it's English or adiós amigo: Latina/o assimilation Pages: Greasers and Gringos Autor Steven W. Bender. In "Greasers and Gringos," Steven W. Bender examines the intersection between stereotypes, popular culture, and the law, revealing how demeaning constructions of Latinos/as influence their legal treatment by police, prosecutors, j.
Greasers, Gringos and Wetbacks: Ventriloquizing the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Dramatic Monologues in the nineteenth century. 22 Anzaldúa signals a shift from the objective voice of the historian in De León’s book, which to expose the extra-legal violence and capitalist motives involved in subduing Chicanas/os Author: Donna Maria Alexander.