Immigration issues dominate media focus on Latinos
- July 23, 2012
- Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies and political science associate professor, is quoted in La Prensa San Diego July 20, 2012
From La Prensa:
Louis Desipio, an associate professor of political science at the University of California, Irvine, suggests looking at Spanish-language publications and broadcasts to find broader coverage of Latinos. He, too, notes that U.S.-Latin American relations are important but often overlooked in coverage dominated by nations with which the United States is in conflict or that are in crisis. Rather than identify themselves as Latino or Hispanic, Desipio says, many people identify instead with their country of origin and its relationship with the United States.
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