Course No: SOCI.3520-061; SIS Class Nbr: 1090; SIS Term: 3220
Course Status: Registration Closed
By 2060, Latinos are forecast to comprise over 28 percent of the US population. While the presentation of Latinos/as in public discourse often frames them a recently arrived immigrants, Spanish-speaking peoples in the US have a long and rich history. This course focuses a sociological lens on the historical and contemporary experiences of a community whose emergence requires deep analysis. Emphasis is placed on immigration policy, demographic shifts, labor market discrimination and bilingual education.
Related Programs: B.L.A. in Liberal Arts
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