Latino Politics: Identity, Mobilization, and Representation

Latino Politics: Identity, Mobilization, and Representation

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Due to the dramatic growth of the Latino population in America, in combination with the relative decline of the Anglo (non-Hispanic white) share, Latino Studies is increasingly at the forefront of political concern. With Latino Politics: Identity, Mobilization, and Representation, editors Rodolfo Espino, David L. Leal, and Kenneth J. Meier bring together essays from a number of leading scholars to address the ever-more important issues within the field. Providing an overview of issues surrounding Latino identity and political opiniona€”such as differences among Latino groups based on national origin, the importance of descriptive representation, and issues of competition and cooperation, particularly with reference to African Americansa€”the editors speak to the many fundamental debates ingrained in the discipline. In addition to highlighting important contributions of the study of Latino politics to date, this volume suggests areas that have yet to be explored and, perhaps more importantly, demonstrates how the study of Latino politics relates to broader questions of American politics and society. Foregrounding debates in the overall discipline of political science, the collection will appeal to those who study Latino politics as well as those who are interested in understanding American politics and society with reference to Latino and qminorityq concerns. Contributors: Rodney E. Hero, University of Notre Dame * Benjamin MAirquez, University of Wisconsin, Madison * David L. Leal, University of Texas at Austin * Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University * Matt A. Barreto, University of Washington * Ricardo RamAsrez, University of Southern California * Louis DeSipio, University of California, Irvine * Adrian D. Pantoja, Arizona State University * Sylvia Manzano, Texas AaM University * Helena Alves Rodrigues, University of Arizona * Gary M. Segura, University of Washington * RenAc R. Rocha, University of Iowa * Luis Ricardo Fraga, University of Washington * Sharon A. Navarro, University of Texas at San Antonio * Rodolfo Espino, Arizona State University * Jason P. Casellas, University of Texas at Austin * Eric Gonzalez Juenke, University of Colorado at Boulder * Nick A. Theobald, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo * Valerie Martinez-Ebers, Texas Christian University * Manuel Avalos, Arizona State University * Kenneth J. Meier, Texas AaM UniversityIn regard to resources, the models show a positive effect for local revenue on both ESL teacher totals and percentages. The results for Latino voting-age population indicate a negative relationship with ESL teacher totals. As for Latino anbsp;...

Title:Latino Politics: Identity, Mobilization, and Representation
Author:Rodolfo Espino, David L. Leal, Kenneth J. Meier
Publisher:University of Virginia Press - 2008-08-12


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