The Latinos of Tulsa: Their Place in Space and Patterns of Migration

 
9783639146806: The Latinos of Tulsa: Their Place in Space and Patterns of Migration

The main idea behind this study is centered on two objectives. First, conducting a study that has never been done before exploring the patterns of migration through surveying a sample population of Latinos living and working in Tulsa, Oklahoma. And second, documenting how this population of Latinos has had an impact on the economic and cultural landscape within certain parts of the city. To begin, the study offers a brief historical review of Mexican and Latino immigration to Tulsa. Historically Tulsa has not been a traditional destination city for Latino immigrants as the history will show. Next, the book offers a review of not only certain academic works that relate to the study, but also the methods employed to conduct the study. This will give the reader an idea of how this study is similar and also different in regards to other studies of the like. The remaining portion of the study will focus on the migration patterns for a sample population of Latinos in Tulsa and how this Latino population's presence is evident within the city.

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Samuel Dent graduated with a degree in Spanish and Geography from Oklahoma State University in 2005. He studied Spanish at The Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (PUCV)in Chile during the summer of 2004. He received his Masters of Science in Geography from OSU in 2008, during which he taught physical geography labs for two years.

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