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Please Pass the Pan: Retheorizing the Map of Panlatinidad in Communication Research

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A departure from the tendencies in past research, which tended to focus solely on majority populations within the Latino community, this article posits new diasporas within the U.S. Latino community as a fertile area for communication research into issues of identity, representation, and citizenship. An examination of the wave of Argentinean migration since 2001 provides one example of how research on new diasporas would complicate the notions of either an essentialistic or a pluralistic “panlatinidad” by contextualizing power relations both within and outside of Latino communities.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Communication, Tulane University

Publication date: 01 April 2004

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