Conservative Rationales, Racial Boundaries

@article{Vega2014ConservativeRR,
  title={Conservative Rationales, Racial Boundaries},
  author={I. I. Vega},
  journal={American Behavioral Scientist},
  year={2014},
  volume={58},
  pages={1764 - 1783}
}
  • I. I. Vega
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • American Behavioral Scientist
The 2006 immigration marches have become emblematic of Latinos’ united position on immigration. However, solidarity and collective action is only one group formation outcome of sociopolitical exclusion. By ignoring those Latinos who disrupt the tenet of ethnic solidarity against immigration restriction, research has failed to specify the mechanisms that lead some Latinos to depart from their own on a racially bifurcated debate. Drawing on interviews, I document the boundary-making strategies… Expand
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