Boricua Power: A Political History of Puerto Ricans in the United States
NYU Press, 01/03/2007 - 278 من الصفحات
Where does power come from? Why does it sometimes disappear? How do groups, like the Puerto Rican community, become impoverished, lose social influence, and become marginal to the rest of society? How do they turn things around, increase their wealth, and become better able to successfully influence and defend themselves?
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... dancers. In any number of different ways, then, Puerto Ricans moved or danced to gain power, sometimes got it, but lost it later. Puerto Rican losses have been great. Taken as a whole, studies of Puerto Rican community history in New ...
... dances are always possible, they are not easy to do. Most of the time, dancers have to dance the dance the way everyone else does it. 14 Dance A Theory of Power It is easy to Introduction 13.
... dancer, babies have a special way of getting us to move towards and for them by stimulating the deep, hidden desires and the interest we have in securing their continued survival.2 Similar deep emotional bonds create power in romantic ...
... business daunting and overwhelming. Like novice dancers before a skilled dance instructor, elected officials are seduced by and become dependent on the expertise of aides. They thus willingly give 18 Dance: A Theory of Power.