The Latino Male: A Radical Redefinition

About the Course:

If you work with Latino men and/or Latina women, this book will help you more fully understand the intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics of your clients. The author outlines his vision for the Latino community by advancing a Theory of Transformation that is spiritually based and grounded in psychological and sociological principles.


By David T. Abalos

About the Author:

David T. Abalos is professor of religious studies and sociology at Seton Hall University.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to describe the author’s vision for Latino males using his Theory of Transformation

  2. to be able to explain how the concept of “emanation” would translate into specific changes in Latino males and their relationships, particularly with Latina women

  3. to be able to discuss changes that would occur with a “New Latino Male and “Men in the Service of Transformation”

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Course Number: 100229
Credit Hours: 8cr
NBCC Credit Hours: 8cr
Exam Fee: $55.76
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