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social background of the Italo-American school child

Leonard Covello

social background of the Italo-American school child

a study of the southern Italian family mores and their effect on the school situation in Italy and America.

by Leonard Covello

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Published by Rowman and Littlefield in Totowa, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Italian American children -- Social conditions.,
    • Students -- United States -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [479]-488.

      StatementEdited, and with an introd., by Francesco Cordasco.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC205 .C6 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxii, 488 p.
      Number of Pages488
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5298346M
      ISBN 100874710189
      LC Control Number72078895

      Intended as a collection of original essays on diverse facets of the Italian experience in the United States, this volume honors Leonard Covello () whose Social Background of the Italo-American School Child is a classic study in ethnocultural history, and who spent a lifetime advocating Italian-American studies (and who is presently.   The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child. A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America. Leiden: E. J. Brill, Print. Iacovetta, Franca. Such Hardworking People: Immigrants in Postwar Toronto. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, Print. Milione, Vincenzo.

      The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child: A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America. Leiden: E.J. Brill, , p. Author: Frances Gendimenico Kaufmann.   In the United States, notable inquiries concerning youth issues include sociologist William Foote Whyte’s urban ethnography Street Corner Society () and educator Leonard Covello’s The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child (). The twenty-first century brings new lines of inquiry as well as previously unexplored issues.

      The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child. Leiden: E. J. Brill, Concestre, Marie. "Adult Education in a Local Area: A Study of a Decade in the Life and Education of the Adult Immigrant in East Harlem, New York City." Ph.D. diss. New York Univeristy, Fisman, Joshua A. Language Loyalty in the United States. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.


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The social background of the Italo-American school child;: A study of the southern Italian family mores and their effect on the school situation in Italy and America Paperback – January 1, The social background of the Italo-American school child;: A study of the southern Italian family mores and their effect on the school situation in Italy and : Leonard Covello.

The social background of the Italo-American school child: A study of the southern Italian family mores and their effect on the school situation in Italy and America Author: Leonard Covello ; Francesco Cordasco.

The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child: A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America by Leonard Covello, Francesco Cordasco; Some Aspects of the Effect of the Dominant American Culture upon Children of Italian-Born Parents by Joseph Wilfrid Tait, Francesco Cordasco.

Book Reviews: Covello, Leonard: The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child: A study of the Southern Italian Mores and their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America, edited and with an introduction by F. Cordasco, Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield, Reprint of.

The social background of the Italo-American school child: A study of the southern Italian family mores ad their effect on the school situation in Italy and America / Edited and with an introduction by Francesco Cordasco. Francesco M. Cordasco (November 2, – October 4, ) was an American sociologist and bibliographer who wrote and edited over books.

He specialized in immigration history and educational sociology. Life. Francesco Condasco was born in West New York, living there throughout his life. He was one of three children born to Carmela (née Madorna) and Giovanni Cordasco, a.

The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child Leonard H. Covello — Education A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their. The social background of the Italo-American school child: A study of the southern Italian family mores and their effect on the school situation in Italy and America.

New York: Leiden and E. Cited by: The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child (Leiden: Brill, ; Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, ) The Heart is the Teacher (New York: McGraw Hill, ) The Heart is the Teacher.

The Heart is the Teacher is the. Leonard Covello, The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child (Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, ), cites the stereotypical quote from the Report of the Causes of Crime, National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (Washington, DC, ), vol.

II, 3, 4–5. Cited by: 3. First Book in Italian 3 copies; The social background of the Italo-American school child;: A study of the 2 copies; The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child 1 copy; The Teacher in the Urban Community: A Half Century in City Schools 1 copy.

Covello, L.,The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child. A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their Effect on the School Situation Author: Hans M. Vermeulen, Tijno Venema. In addition to his doctoral dissertation, The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child: A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America (, published in ), Covello published and spoke on a wide variety of topics, including educational theory, the concept of the.

The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child. A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and Their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America.

Leiden: E. Brill, Print. Iacovetta, Franca. Such Hardworking People: Immigrants in Postwar Toronto. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, Print.

Milione, Vincenzo. If this sounds familiar, one must remember, he advocated these precepts and successfully put them into practice in the 30’s and 40’s. His book The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child was a groundbreaking exposition of the community school concept. He championed educational opportunities for Italian, Puerto Rican, and Black.

Covello was born in Avigliano, Basilicata, Italy, and immigrated to East Harlem, New York City, with his family in He was a teacher and administrator in the New York City public school system, author of The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child and other studies, and a.

This book shows a path forward for both. This book will be a tremendous help to the busy elementary school librarian who is working with the busy elementary social studies teachers in the school.

The Social Background Of The Italo American School Child; A Study Of The Southern Italian Family Mores And Their Effect On The School Situation In Italy And America it /5(2).

New York: Scientific American Books. Covello, Leonard. The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child: A Study of the Southern Italian Family Mores and their Effect on the School Situation in Italy and America.

Leiden, Netherlands: E. Brill. Cunningham, Hugh. He was a teacher and administrator in the New York City public school system, author of The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child and other studies, and a leader in the intercultural education movement and in the Italian-American community.

The papers document Covello's career as a teacher at DeWitt Clinton High School, principal. He was a teacher and administrator in the New York City public school system, author of The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child and other studies, and a leader in the intercultural education movement and in the Italian-American community.

To understand the special identity problems of Italian‐Americans, we must begin with a very popular Sicilian proverb quoted by Leonard Covello in his pioneering work, “The Social Background of.

The Social Background of the Italo-American School Child is a comparative study of the southern Italian family and the immigrant family in America that seeks to delineate the sociocultural context of Italian American students.

The conflict between the notions learned in school and the principles with which the children were socialized within Cited by: