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Introduction and Overview
Review of Related Literature and Research
Scoring and Statistical Treatment
It is a cliché to note that ‘change’ has become the only constant concept known in this world. Change happens every moment. It happens in every area of life. In reference to culture and history, one of the well-documented changes in its own respect is the process of migration/immigration which happens in many areas of the world. The United States of America has become one of the largest and one of the most common avenues for new settlers and immigrants coming from different races and ethnicities, including the Hispanics, also known as Latinos. Bodvarsson & Van der Berg (2009) notes that Hispanic immigrants, especially the Mexicans, are present everywhere in the country, even in smaller cities like Nebraska, Omaha, Arkansas and North Carolina, to name a few.~~~~~
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