3 edition of Adaptation and adjustment of Cubans, West New York, New Jersey found in the catalog.
Adaptation and adjustment of Cubans, West New York, New Jersey
Eleanor Meyer Rogg
Bibliography: p. 83-91.
|Statement||by Eleanor Meyer Rogg, Rosemary Santana Cooney.|
|Series||Monograph / Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University ;, no. 5, Monograph (Fordham University., no. 5.|
|Contributions||Cooney, Rosemary Santana, 1946-, Fordham University. Hispanic Research Center.|
|LC Classifications||F144.W47 R62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||81133372|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rogg, Eleanor Meyer. Adaptation and adjustment of Cubans, West New York, New Jersey. Bronx, N.Y.: Hispanic Research. New York: The Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, Paperback.
xiii, 93p., foreword, recommendations, footnotes, tables, biliography. Adaptation and Adjustment of Cubans, West New York, New Jersey (Monograph / Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University) by Eleanor Meyer Rogg and Rosemary Santana Cooney | 1 Jan Unknown Binding.
Prohias RJ, Casal L (eds): The Cuban Minority in the United States. New York, Arno, Rogg EM, Coney RS: Adaptation and Adjustment of Cubans: West New York, New Jersey (Monograph, No 5).
Bronx, New York, Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, Ruiz P: Cuban-Americans, in Cross-Cultural Psychiatry. Edited by Gaw A. Boston. Monograph #5: Adaptation and Adjustment of Cubans: West New York, New Jersey Eleanor Meyer Rogg, Wagner College, and Rosemary Santana Cooney, Fordham University Valuable insight into the adaptation and adjustment processes of Cuban migrants in a new environ-ment.
Yolanda Prieto, The Cubans of Union City: Immigrants and Exiles in a New Jersey Community (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ); and Eleanor Meyer Rogg and Rosemary Santana Cooney, Adaptation and Adjustment of Cubans: West New York, New Jersey (Bronx, NY: Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, ).
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Adaptation and adjustment of Cubans: West New York, New Jersey. by Rogg, Eleanor Meyer and Rosemary Santana Cooney. New York: The Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, Offered by Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB.
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