We’re All Instruments Of Knowledge

We’re All Instruments Of Knowledge Most recently, I witnessed a young man speak of how he has felt segregated from the Hispanic community because he was mixed Puerto Rican and black, and did not know where to turn. Others have written me with similar stories explaining how they have experienced feelings of isolation, and discomfort once in a circle of fellow Latino peers. One might be amazed as to how many Puerto Ricans go through such ordeals, and how difficult it can be for especially a young Hispanic to be…

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Life as a Latina – part 2

Life as a Latina – part 2 CĀ onsidering that I am a Puerto Rican sociologist, there is of great interest to me in answering the question, “How does the American civilization view Latin women in modern day society?” In a recent study I have done, being that I am a twenty-year-old attending college, there is offered easy access to individuals of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and socio-economic status’. The research method used is called, “Random Sampling,” which consists of the researcher randomly selecting a specific amount of individuals, question their…

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