OSU Faculty Report on Immigration Issues Through Student Experiences

May 24th, 2006

A group of faculty members at OSU have just recently published a report surrounding the path of Mexican immigrant students into higher education. ONE-AND-A-HALF GENERATION MEXICAN YOUTH IN OREGON: PURSUING THE MOBILITY DREAM follows a group of twelve one-and-a-half generation Mexican youth whose experiences were recorded through interviews in 2001 and 2002. The life history interviews were carried out in the context of a larger study on identity, acculturation, and integration of one and-a-half and second generation Mexican immigrants in Oregon, directed by Dr. Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and Dr. Dwaine Plaza. (description adopted from report)

One and a Half Generation Mexican Youth in Oregon:  Pursuing the Mobility Dream

The report was released in April 2006.

2 responses to “OSU Faculty Report on Immigration Issues Through Student Experiences”

  1. Has there been any updates on this study? The report was released almost 3 years ago, it would be nice to have a updated status on the students.

  2. Immigrant says:

    By the way, the link to the study opens only the title page, but no content.

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