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Diversity within Latino  Families CDFS 301 February 17, 2011
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Who Are Latinos? Persons whose ancestors lived in the  country at least since 1776, or who arrived  yesterday Professionals and entrepreneurs, farm  laborers and unskilled factory workers Whites, blacks, mulattoes, mestizos  Citizens and unauthorized aliens Immigrants in search of better employment  and seeking refuge from death squads  and political persecution
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Hispanic or Latino? “Hispanic” Used in govt. and demographic reports Used more by upper class and conservative  individuals “Latino or Latina” Emphasizes link to ___________ Used more by liberal individuals
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Census Data 44 million (2006 Census) 1990:  ____ of population 2006:  ____ of population 2050 projected:  22% of population Variation in racial categorization:
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Mexican
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CDFS 301 taught by Professor Dotterer during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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