By Hernández-Wolfe Pilar

ISBN-10: 0765709317

ISBN-13: 9780765709318

ISBN-10: 1442247754

ISBN-13: 9781442247758

Latinos within the U.S. and Latin american citizens are a mixture of numerous populations that range on a number of elements together with, size of time within the nation, migration heritage, ethnicity, geographical position, socio-economic prestige etc. The reader will locate views of these people who stay within the borderlands—that is, these folks whom Gloria Anzaldúa pointed out as Mestiz@s, who inhabit the intersticios, the areas in among souls, minds, identities, and geographies. This e-book assists new generations of Latino/as and of these keen on Latino tradition and Latin the USA in knowing how the colonization of the Americas continues to be tied to present problems with migration from the South to the North and the way psychological well-being practices were maintained, emerged and created out of the wound of coloniality. It bargains a wealthy and substitute beginning for forthcoming trauma, id, and resilience in the course of the integration of a decolonization paradigm, borderlands thought, and social justice techniques in couple and relatives therapy.

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