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    Blackwell, M.

    Chicana power!

    2011 - University of Texas Press - Austin

    In-text: (Blackwell, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Blackwell, M., 2011. Chicana power!. Austin: University of Texas Press.

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    DeSipio, L. and Hardy-Fanta, C.

    Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture, and Political Participation.

    1994 - The American Political Science Review

    In-text: (DeSipio and Hardy-Fanta, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: DeSipio, L. and Hardy-Fanta, C., 1994. Latina Politics, Latino Politics: Gender, Culture, and Political Participation. The American Political Science Review, 88(1), pp.15-36.

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    Rosales, R.

    The illusion of inclusion

    2000 - University of Texas Press - Austin

    In-text: (Rosales, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: Rosales, R., 2000. The illusion of inclusion. Austin: University of Texas Press.

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