Pol 168: Latin@ Politics Professor B. Jones Dept. of Political Science UC-Davis Fall 2009 What is Latino Politics Research? Academic focus on race/ethnic politics typically on African-Americans …which seems natural given historical circumstances.
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Pol 168: Latin@ Politics
Professor B. Jones
Dept. of Political Science
Social Categorization and
the Salience of Social
Historical or Political
Perceived commonality1 Latino Linked Fate
1 The set of percentages represents Latino respondents who indicated some or a lot of commonality for native/foreign born, English/Spanish speakers. For the linked fate percentages, it is some/a lot vs. little/nothing. For partisan, it is partisans vs. non-partisans. And coworkers represent mixed group of coworkers vs. only Latinos.
Two recent examples