Language, Latino representation
In this paper we examine how Spanish language marks a political divide within the Latino community. Spanish language use also provides an opportunity for political parties to send slightly different campaign messages. We illustrate this point with reference to California’s Democratic party
The California Journal of Politics and Policy
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Published by the Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley DOI: 10.2202/1944-4370.1016
Medina Vidal, D. Xavier; Ugues, Antonio; Bowler, Shaun; and Donovan, Todd, "Two Political Worlds? The Relevance of Language in California Politics" (2009). Political Science Faculty Publications. 21.
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