Researchers examine how 1.5 and second generations vote, acculturate, and define and measure success in school and work; findings impact immigration policies and debunk stereotypes
Why aren't Latinos learning English? Do they really want to take over the Southwestern United States? Political pundits have made their careers debating these questions, but UCI anthropology professor Leo Chavez provides answers and exposes myths in his latest book.
Cecelia Lynch, associate professor of political science and fall 2007 recipient of the first faculty Living Our Values Award
Anthropology professor’s research on population control in China contributes to national policy debates