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An Update on the Status of Latinos y Latinas in Political Science: What the Profession Should be Doing
Political Science and Politics (PS) (2000)
  • Manuel Avalos, University of Southern Maine
  • Valeri Martinez - Ebers, Texas Christian University
  • Carol Hardy - Fanta
  • Linda Lopez, Chapman University
  • Gary Segura, Claremont Graduate University
  • Ronald Schmidt Sr., California State University, Long Beach
Abstract

Latinos and Latinas continue to be woefully underrepresented in all aspects of the political science profession, and the urgent message of this report is that this should be cause for deep concern and concerted action on the part of the APSA's membership and its leader- ship.

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Publication Date
December, 2000
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Copyright American Political Science Association
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Manuel Avalos, Valeri Martinez - Ebers, Carol Hardy - Fanta, Linda Lopez, et al.. "An Update on the Status of Latinos y Latinas in Political Science: What the Profession Should be Doing" Political Science and Politics (PS) Vol. 33 Iss. 4 (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/manuel_avalos/2/