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  • David Rangel

    Sociology Colloquium, 9/29/2021

    Mexican Immigrant Parenting in Under-Resourced Latinx School-Communities at a Time of Strict Immigration Enforcement: An Ecological Approach Dr. David Rangel, Brown University Numerous studies have pointed to class-based cultural beliefs as the primary driver of childrearing and school-involvement practices (Lareau 2003; Calarco 2018). However, this focus on class-based differences homogenizes potential within-group variation and neglects […]

  • Mexico Border Sign

    Sociology Colloquium, 9/22/2021

    Reading Writing and Harassment: Educational Inequality at the U.S. Mexico Border Peggy Sue Harris, Texas A&M University Albert, a Mexican American high school student from El Paso, Texas, was on his way to class when U.S. Border Patrol agents stopped and questioned him, suspicious of his citizenship status. Soon, more stories like Albert’s began to […]