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Latino Identity and Political Attitudes
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This book explores the forces that shape Latino political preferences, arguing that social identities are at the center of Latino partisanship. Despite hopes of the Republican Party for bringing in Latinos through religious and moral issues, Latinos in America consistently side with the Democratic Party. Two possible explanations based on social identity emerge as theories of Latino partisanship. The first possibility is that Latinos behave as a single-issue public driven politically by the issue of immigration. A thorough exploration of this possibility in part two of the book finds very little evidence to justify treating Latinos as a single-issue public. The second explanation, presented in part three, relies more heavily on the concept of social identities. Latino pan-ethnic identity emerges as one of multiple identities available to Latinos in America. These multiple, diverse, and overlapping identities are the force behind Latino partisanship. Latino ethnic identity trumps the impact of religious identities in making Latinos more Democratic.

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Latino Identity and Political Attitudes
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This book explores the forces that shape Latino political preferences, arguing that social identities are at the center of Latino partisanship. Despite hopes of the Republican Party for bringing in Latinos through religious and moral issues, Latinos in America consistently side with the Democratic Party. Two possible explanations based on social identity emerge as theories of Latino partisanship. The first possibility is that Latinos behave as a single-issue public driven politically by the issue of immigration. A thorough exploration of this possibility in part two of the book finds very little evidence to justify treating Latinos as a single-issue public. The second explanation, presented in part three, relies more heavily on the concept of social identities. Latino pan-ethnic identity emerges as one of multiple identities available to Latinos in America. These multiple, diverse, and overlapping identities are the force behind Latino partisanship. Latino ethnic identity trumps the impact of religious identities in making Latinos more Democratic.

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Latino Identity and Political Attitudes
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This book explores the forces that shape Latino political preferences, arguing that social identities are at the center of Latino partisanship. Despite hopes of the Republican Party for bringing in Latinos through religious and moral issues, Latinos in America consistently side with the Democratic Party. Two possible explanations based on social identity emerge as theories of Latino partisanship. The first possibility is that Latinos behave as a single-issue public driven politically by the issue of immigration. A thorough exploration of this possibility in part two of the book finds very little evidence to justify treating Latinos as a single-issue public. The second explanation, presented in part three, relies more heavily on the concept of social identities. Latino pan-ethnic identity emerges as one of multiple identities available to Latinos in America. These multiple, diverse, and overlapping identities are the force behind Latino partisanship. Latino ethnic identity trumps the impact of religious identities in making Latinos more Democratic.

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ISBN Latinos in the United States ( What Everyo...
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As the largest and youngest minority group in the United States, the 60 million Latinos living in the U.S. represent the second-largest concentration of Hispanic people in the entire world, after Mexico. Needless to say, the population of Latinos in the U.S. is causing a shift, not only changing the demographic landscape of the country, but also impacting national culture, politics, and spoken language. While Latinos comprise a diverse minority group-with variousreligious beliefs, political ideologies, and social values-commentators on both sides of the political divide have lumped Latino Americans into a homogenous group that is often misunderstood.Latinos in the United States: What Everyone Need to Know® provides a comprehensive, multifaceted exploration of Latino American history and culture and the forces shaping this minority group in the U.S. From exploring the origins of the term "latino" and examining what constitutes Latin America, to tracing topical issues like DREAMers, the mass incarceration of Latino males, and the controversial relationship between Latin America and the United States, Ilan Stavans seeks tounderstand the complexities and unique position of Latino Americans. Throughout he breaks down the various subgroups within the Latino minority (Mexican-Americans, Dominican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, Puerto Ricans on the mainland, and so on), and the degree to which these groups constitute-or don't-a homogenouscommunity, their history, and where their future challenges lay. He sees Latino culture as undergoing dramatic changes as a result of acculturation-changes that are fostering a new "mestizo" identity that is part Hispanic and part American. However, Latinos living in the United States are also impacting American culture. As Ilan Stavans argues, no other minority group will have a more decisive impact on the future of the United States.

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African American and Latino Relations
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The study examines current African American and Latino Relations in Philadelphia and postulates on how a rise in Latino immigration may affect inter-group relations. It hypothesized that as Latino immigration grows, a contentious relationship may develop between the groups. The hypothesis could not be supported based on mixed method analysis. The study also examines how certain factors such as political representation, residential segregation, and socioeconomic status effect intra and inter group relations.

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African American and Latino Relations
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The study examines current African American and Latino Relations in Philadelphia and postulates on how a rise in Latino immigration may affect inter-group relations. It hypothesized that as Latino immigration grows, a contentious relationship may develop between the groups. The hypothesis could not be supported based on mixed method analysis. The study also examines how certain factors such as political representation, residential segregation, and socioeconomic status effect intra and inter group relations.

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Other Hispanics
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Studies conducted on Latino immigrants and political participation primarily focus on large population groups such as Puerto Ricans, Cubans, and Mexicans. However, this study centers on Central American Hondurans, also a group with substantial populations in U.S. cities. The theoretical idea central in examining this query is that New York City Honduran political participation is related to their ethnic identity, association with churches in their U.S. communities, the extent of financial ties, and political participation (experiences) in their country of origin. This study will also add to the understanding of differences evident in U.S. Latino political participation. Uncovering differences of this growing minority contributes to seeking ways to increase their overall political participation, thus enabling them to contribute to the effectiveness of America s democracy by affecting the input and outcome of public policy.

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Other Hispanics
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Studies conducted on Latino immigrants and political participation primarily focus on large population groups such as Puerto Ricans, Cubans, and Mexicans. However, this study centers on Central American Hondurans, also a group with substantial populations in U.S. cities. The theoretical idea central in examining this query is that New York City Honduran political participation is related to their ethnic identity, association with churches in their U.S. communities, the extent of financial ties, and political participation (experiences) in their country of origin. This study will also add to the understanding of differences evident in U.S. Latino political participation. Uncovering differences of this growing minority contributes to seeking ways to increase their overall political participation, thus enabling them to contribute to the effectiveness of America s democracy by affecting the input and outcome of public policy.

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Rodriquez, Elaine: National Voter Registration Act
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.12.2008, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: National Voter Registration Act, Titelzusatz: Impact and Implications for Latino and Non-Latino Communities, Autor: Rodriquez, Elaine, Verlag: University Press of America, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: POLITICAL SCIENCE // General, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 146, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 223 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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