By Zulema Valdez
Bringing intersectionality into dialog with theories of ethnic entrepreneurship, Zulema Valdez considers how different factors create, preserve, and rework the social and financial lives of Latino marketers. whereas sure crew identities may possibly impose unequal, if no longer discriminatory, beginning positions, club in those comparable social teams provides possibilities to mobilize assets jointly. Valdez unearths how Latino entrepreneurs—as participants of oppressed teams at the one hand, but "rugged individualists" striving for the yank Dream at the other—work to recreate their very own positions inside of American society.
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The New Entrepreneurs: How Race, Class, and Gender Shape American Enterprise by Zulema Valdez