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A guide for those interested in the literature, history, and culture of Latinos in the United States.
Using currently available survey opinion data, this book empirically supports the argument that Latinos have emerged as a convergent panethnic political group, offering evidence for understanding the dynamics of Latino politics in the US today.
Addresses the debate about descriptive and substantive representation, and identifies the ways in which the efforts of Latinos in Congress enable the meaningful inclusion of Latinos in politics, foster the ability of Latinos to shape public policy, and promote democracy in an increasingly diverse nation
Includes an examination of the individual communities that comprise the Latino culture, and how those bonds affect political development and decisions. Looks at voting, immigration, political engagement, and the critical public policies that constitute a Latino agenda,
Research guide, curated by the Library of Congress Hispanic Division, focuses on 20th-century court cases, legislation, and events that had important impacts on Latino and Latin American people in the U.S. through timelines and research materials.
Dominican Studies Institute of the City University of New York (CUNY DSI) is the nation's first university-based research institute devoted to the study of people of Dominican descent in the United States and other parts of the world.