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Includes bibliographical references (p.365-391) and index.
Why study the public discourse metaphors depicting Latinos? -- How metaphor shapes public opinion -- Proposition 187: misrepresenting immigrants and immigration -- Proposition 209: competing metaphors for racism and affirmative action -- Student as means, not end: contemporary America discourse on education -- American discourse on nation and language: the "English for the children" referendum -- Disease or intruder: metaphors constructing the place of Latinos in the United States -- Insurgent metaphors: contesting the conventional representations of Latinos.