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Latinos in the South: A Glimpse of Ongoing Trends and Research
(Southern Rural Sociology;Vol. 19 No. 1, 2003)
Since the late 1980s, there has been a tremendous amount of reshifting in the Latino population of the United States. This movement has resulted in the increasing settlement of Latinos in areas of the country that have ...
Earning Patterns of Mexican Workers in the Southern Region: A Focus on Nonmetro/Metro Distinctions
(Southern Rural Sociology Special Issue: Southern Rural Labor Markets;Volume 16, 2000)
The last few years have witnessed a tremendous change in the geographic location patterns of the Mexican population in the United States. The rural South represents one of the areas that have seen a noticeable growth ...