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New Entrepreneurs How Race, Class, and Gender Shape American Enterprise

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ISBN-10: 0804773211

ISBN-13: 9780804773218

Edition: 2011

Authors: Zulema Valdez

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For many entrepreneurs, the American Dream remains only partially fulfilled. Unequal outcomes between the middle and lower classes, men and women, and Latino/as, whites, and blacks highlight continuing inequalities and constraints within American society. With a focus on a diverse group of Latino entrepreneurs, this book explores how class, gender, race, and ethnicity all shape Latino entrepreneurs' capacity to succeed in business in the United States. Bringing intersectionality into conversation with theories of ethnic entrepreneurship, Zulema Valdez considers how various factors create, maintain, and transform the social and economic lives of Latino entrepreneurs. While certain group…    
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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Publication date: 2/17/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 204
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 0.902
Language: English

Jonathan Cashman is a Christian singer/songwriter, musician, composer, and the writer/arranger of the musical SAVIOR. He is a graduate of Northpoint Bible College in Haverhill, Massachusetts and studied music as a vocal major at Rhode Island College. He and his wife Britney Cashman actively serve in music ministry together. Jonathan is currently the Worship and Arts Director/ Life Groups Pastor at Calvary Orlando in Winter Park, Florida. Dr. Sargent is founder and President of Biblical Literacy Ministries. He holds a PhD in Theology with a concentration in Old Testament Studies from Trinity International University ('10), a Master's in Old Testament Studies from Gordon-Conwell Theological…    

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Embedded Market: Race, Class, and Gender in American Enterprise
Entrepreneurial Dreams in an Intersectional Context
Intersectionality, Market Capacity, and Latino/a Enterprise
By What Measure Success? The Economic and Social Value of Latino/a Enterprise
Ethnic and Racial Identity Formation Among American Entrepreneurs
Rugged Individualists and the American Dream
Conclusion: Embedded Entrepreneurs in Brown, Black, and White
Notes
References
Index