2 edition of Media habits of Mexican-Americans in eastside San Jose found in the catalog.
Media habits of Mexican-Americans in eastside San Jose
by Institute for Business and Economic Research, School of Business, San Jose State University in San Jose, Calif
Written in English
Bibliography: v. 2, p. -364
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By David Madrid, New America Media. SAN JOSE, Calif. – Oct 4, – I just landed a job at a Target store here on the east side of San Jose. On the morning crew, all of us working in the stockroom are Latino, and three-fourths speak Spanish only. I’m one of only two workers who speak only English.
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I spent 3 months traveling around Mexico back in during my first time in Mexico – from the centre, West, South, East and back to the centre. And being a European visiting a Latin American country for the first time, some things, situations, habits and places I saw there, I found kind of weird, strange and very interesting habits in Mexico.
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