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The Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies
This special issue contains articles that examine Latino labor and migration issues in various locations around the world. The articles bridge research and theory across disciplines and include studies incorporating a variety of methodologies to examine these important areas. These articles begin to fill some of the voids where a systematic and robust corpus of knowledge is lacking. The contributions address topics ranging from issues of worker perceptions of organizational justice to contexts of reception to pedagogical representation of migration. Finally, each contribution delineates the policy implications resulting from the processes and literatures that are examined.
Casas, Juan F. and Santo, Jonathan Bruce, "Recent issues in Latino labor and migration around the globe: Interdisciplinary approaches" (2012). Psychology Faculty Publications. 21.