A Voice for the 53 Million Hispanic Americans: Hispanic American Leadership: A Concise Reference Guide From Mission Bell Media
Santa Barbara, CA (June 17, 2015) – About 53 million people in the United States identify themselves as Hispanic. Although many aspects of their culture and language are the same, they actually originate from many different backgrounds, requiring different representation and leadership challenges. Clarifying the conversation is: Hispanic American Leadership: A Concise Reference Guide, the latest leadership-focused reference from Mission Bell Media, the publisher of print and digital media for librarians and their community.
From the arts, social issues, education, and business, to the organizations, media, and politics that affect Hispanic Americans, this must-have resource explores all the major interdisciplinary themes related to individual and group leadership in Hispanic American communities and beyond. This authoritative, up-to-date, A to Z reference thoroughly covers such timely topics as:
· Advertising to Hispanics
· Chicano Movement
· Cuban Research Institute
· Hispanics in the Military
· Immigration Rights
· Natural Citizenship Process
· Spanish-Language Television
· And many more…
Hispanic American Leadership includes many extras for those wanting deeper research, including a Reader's Guide that organizes the topics into seven general categories, a Chronology and a Resource Guide, as well the complete Leadership Glossary: Essential Terms for the 21st Century covering over 950 essential leadership terms from an interdisciplinary perspective. This new reference title features relevant, engaging and inspiring content on the best of Hispanic American leadership and is vital for all public, academic and school library collections.
Editor Dr. Victor Rodriguez is a professor and former chair of the department of Chicano and Latino Studies at California State University, Long Beach. He writes extensively about the racialization of the Latino identity in the United States and the Caribbean and its impact on political behavior and education. He has written a book on the subject and has been widely published in both English and Spanish academic journals.
Mission Bell Media (MBM) brings the leadership experience into context through digital and print media. Believing that leadership and innovation begins in the library, MBM publishes the best of thoughtfully curated, authoritative and inspirational leadership content for librarians, faculty and students, helping them learn from those who have already succeeded. Founded in 2013, Mission Bell Media is based in Santa Barbara, California. www.missionbellmedia.com
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Hispanic American Leadership: A Concise Reference Guide
July 2015 / 560 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9907300-2-6 / $130 (print)
E-ISBN: 978-1-78539-257-3 / e-book pricing on request at firstname.lastname@example.org