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Unformatted text preview: the most important strand because it describes the ethnicity of most of the people involved in the article. Seventy-eight percent to be exact. That equals just over 114,000 residents of Latino background. The article is based in a poor, Latin working-class neighborhood. The article also repeatedly talks about Westlake neighborhood undergoing change such as: “change in the neighborhood,” or “neighborhood is changing.” This tactic of repeating that change is occurring helps enforce the fact that many of these people will be out of their current homes because they will no longer be able to afford them after renovations and upgrades occur....
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- Spring '08
- Latin working-class neighborhood, brick/upscale dwellings