Session 63:
Key Demographic Changes among the U.S. Latino Population

Thursday, March 30
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
San Pedro
Lobby Level

Chair: Jorge del Pinal, U.S. Census Bureau
Discussant: Jorge Chapa, Indiana University

  1. Educational Homogamy of Mexicans in Mexico and in the USA: What Difference Does Gender, Generation, Ethnicity, and Educational Attainment Make in Marriage Patterns?Albert Esteve, Centre d'Estudis DemogrĂ fics; Robert McCaa, University of Minnesota

  2. Contexts for Bilingualism among U.S.-Born Latinos, 1990 and 2000Tomas R Jimenez, University of California, San Diego; April Linton, University of California, San Diego

  3. New Hispanic Migrant Destinations: A Tale of Two IndustriesEmilio A. Parrado, Duke University; William A. Kandel, U.S. Department of Agriculture (DOA)

  4. Educational Attainment in New and Established Latino Metropolitan DestinationsKatherine C. Stamps, Pennsylvania State University; Stephanie A. Bohon, University of Georgia

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