Difficulties Faced by mexican American Migrant Famlies Settling Permanently into an American Community
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Because there is a large group of Spanish speaking persons in the Kalamazoo area, I hoped to work with some of these persons to learn about the difficulties and adjustments they go through as they assimilate into the American society, which is a totally new environment and culture for them. I wanted to do such a study in an attempt to learn ways of alleviating some of those difficulties for others in the future.
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