By Cliff Despres
Young Latino men born in the U.S. reported experiencing high levels of discrimination, according to a new study.
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Penn State researchers examined reported discrimination among 1,275 Latinos and 500 whites in Los Angeles County.
They found the highest reporters of discrimination in both interpersonal and institutional contexts were young, U.S.-born Latino men, according to a news release.
Surprisingly, both undocumented and documented Latino immigrants and older U.S.-born Latinos reported lower levels of discrimination.
‘What ends up happening to young, U.S.-born Latinos is that they have higher expectations for inclusion than other Latino groups and greater awareness of unfair treatment and blocked opportunities,” said Nancy Landale, professor of sociology and demography at Penn State, in the news release.
“Consequently, they are more likely
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