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  • Social and spatial aspects of Puerto Rican migration
  • RICAN, Stéphane
  • The Puerto Rican yard-complex of Lorain, Ohio
  • AA. assess if Puerto Ricans in Lorain, Ohio, express their ethnicity with residential landscaping. Using a city directory, they identified 300 homes in the city that has a head-of-household that had a Hispanic surname, and they compared their houses
  • and yards with those of non-Hispanics. The Puerto-Rican yard-complex included a high incidence of religious shrines, front yard flower gardens, potted plants, well maintained yards, and homes painted in pastels. - (SLD)
  • Spatial order in the demographic transition: the Costa Rican case
  • Patterns of entry into cohabitation and marriage among mainland Puerto Rican women
  • Biogenetic and nonbiogenetically determined morphologies of the Costa Rican Pacific coast
  • Using remote sensing to monitor urban growth: a Costa Rican exemple
  • Control of schistosomiasis: the Puerto-Rican experience
  • Social change and sexual differences in Puerto Rican rural migration in Papers in Latin American geography in honor of Lucia C. Harrison.
  • Between Borinquen and the Barrio : environmental justice and New York City's Puerto Rican community, 1969-1972
  • The paper explores the emergence of a radical Puerto Rican organization that was active in a number of US cities in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In New York City, it mobilized the community through a series of direct actions devoted to improving
  • Useful plants within a campesino community in a Costa Rican Montane Cloud Forest
  • An ethnobotanical survey was carried out in a campesino community (San Gerardo de Dota) in a Costa Rican montane cloud forest. Families were asked how they used indigenous and introduced vascular plants along an altitude gradient of 2000 to 3000 m
  • Migration and household/Family structure: Puerto-Ricans in the United States
  • Migration and the Latino family: the union formation behavior of Puerto Rican women
  • Caribbean international circulation : are Puerto Rican women tied-circulators?
  • Variation in migration processes and development: a Costa Rican example of conventional modeling augmented by the expansion method
  • Petrochemicals and economic development: the implications of the Puerto Rican experience
  • Costa Rica and Nicaragua have a long history of animosity whiche has affected opinions about Nicaraguan refugees in Costa Rica. Analysis of a negative stereotyping suggests to the A. that the Costa Rican press is largely responsible for it. - (DWG)
  • Water wells from four Puerto Rican municipios were tested for 15 water-quality parameters. Noxious chemicals contaminated this water, presenting risks to human health. - (DWG)
  • of immigration sources. People of Mexican origin dominate in the West; Puerto Ricans in the East; and Cubans in Florida. - (DWG)
  • Between 1950 and 1984, Costa Rica increased its beef production more than three times, most of it exported to the USA. But that rise has been accompanied by a lowered beef intake among Costa Ricans : a switch from dairy to beef cattle