5.What were the primary findings of the research?

Annotated in the United States between 1990 and 2000 The dramatic growth of the Latino population Bibliography changed the way the "ethnicity" isWorksheet worded on questionaires. Among respondents in this study it Review the directions and How to Prepare an Annotated region but overall "Hispanic" was the chosen title. Bibliography 1.Citation (ASA Style): article is that when Latino professors are hired at Universities, they are Another finding in the

was shown that the title "Hispanic" was preferred over the title "Latino". It differs from region to primarilyRogelio and Edward Murguia. 2004. "The Latino focuses. The classes are also Saenz, only given teaching jobs that involve Hispanic/Latino Experience: usually undergraduate classes. This is considered a life limitation experience to the population of Introduction, Context, and Overview." Sociological Focus 37:289-295. this ethnicity. The Latino experience is an ongoing sociological experience in which much more research projects should be done in order to try and fully understand the real experience in which they live.

2.What is the primary research question or thesis of this article? Different panethnic identities and how they differ from region to region. Also this article

shows ongoing research examining the life experiences and life chances of Latinos. Another primary focus of the research articles is that

3.What are the characteristics of the population studied? How many people, ages, genders, race/ethnicity/nationality, professions, etc.? How were these people selected? this article, discuss method, findings, analysis, writing style, or other 6.Critique The population of this particular study focuses on Meixcans and Puerto Ricans. There are elements of the research project.

several different articles combined but Mexicans and Puerto Ricans remain the main focus throughout the articles. There is an exception of one article that focuses on Latinos from These Colombia, Mexico, and description of what Hispanic/Latino lives are Guatemala, articles give a goodPuerto Rico. Both males and females are studied in all the articles. articles discuss advantages but the main focus is on adults (18 years and like. The Ages range throughout the articles and disadvantages of being panethnic older). or from another ethnicity and living in the United Sates. The articles reveal some of the discrimination the Hispanic/Latino population is subject to. I think these articles all have relevance to the topic and they all depict something different and interesting about the lives of these immigrants. The articles did very well, overall, at providing a good overview of the topics being method(s) 4.What researchdiscussed. was employed by the researchers? Was this appropriate for the
population and the research question? Were there limitations to this method?

This article is actually portions of five other articles that have been put together because of their relevance on the topic of Latino experiences and life chances. There are limitations within this research project because there is not a lot of previous work done on these studies. There are very few longitudinal studies that are available publicaly. There are also very few bi-national data sets that researchers could use to compare the United States with other nations. There is a need for incorporating qualitative and quantitative data collection approaches in order to give researchers a better understanding of the Latino experience.

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