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Crisscrossing English and Spanish News Media: A new kind of accultured Latino

The language in which Latinos get there news shapes the way they see the world. Despite this the news the complexity of the diverse Latino population shows different ways in which Latinos are impacted by the news they watch.
by

Jessica Guevara

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Crisscrossing English and Spanish News Media: A new kind of accultured Latino

Crisscrossing Languages:
A New Type of Latino Jessica Guevara
Journ 466
Felix Gutierrez All Latinos: Language Preferences in News Media All
English, 31%
Both, 44%
All Spanish, 24% Key Characteristics of the language preference groups:
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