Academics seek to put a human face on undocumented Hispanic immigrants
- October 20, 2009
- Leo Chavez, anthropology and Chicano/Latino studies professor, is quoted in Feet in 2 Worlds, on October 19, 2009
From Feet in 2 Worlds:
Many researchers said their work was motivated in part by the desire to put a human
face on a population that is often overlooked or referred to mainly in statistical
terms. "Research that promotes a positive view of immigrants has not been predominant,"
complained Leo Chavez, a professor of anthropology at the University of California,
For the full story, please visit http://feetin2worlds.wordpress.com/2009/10/20/under-the-microscope-academics-seek-to-put-a-human-face-on-undocumented-hispanic-immigrants/.
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