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March 2018 -Dominguez Poll On Immigration [pdf]

Scientific Telephone Survey to be Element of CSUDH series, "¡Adelante!  Latinx Activism in California"

A scientific telephone opinion survey the South Bay area will complement other activities planned for the university's themed spring semester, ¡Adelante!: Latinx Activism in California. Analysis of the survey, which will be complete in December 2017, will be led by the university’s Urban Community Research Center (UCRC). The UCRC Director is Dr. Matt G. Mutchler, Professor of Sociology.

Survey respondents will be asked questions pertaining to the importance and the job performance of higher education institutions, immigration, health outcomes in the community, bilingual public education, and issues pertaining to the ways in which gay, lesbian and transgender persons are treated.

Key findings from the survey pertaining to health will be publicly released upon the occasion of a March 7, 2018 Symposium on community health outcomes, and selected other findings, including those pertaining to immigration, will be released upon the occasion of a March 8, 2018 Symposium on the Latinx experience in southern California since 1968.

Joining Dr. Mutchler on the survey analysis team will be faculty and administrators who developed the survey instrument. They include Dr. Keith Boyum, Special Assistant to the President; Dr. Pamela Krochalk, Professor and Chair of Health Sciences; Dr. Sarah Lacy, Assistant Professor of Anthropology; Dr. Kelin Li, Assistant Professor of Sociology; and Dr. Enrique Ortega, Assistant Professor of Health Sciences.

The Urban Community Research Center (UCRC) is a multidisciplinary applied research center focused on the needs, problems and solutions that arise in urban areas with a special focus on the South Bay Region of the Los Angeles Basin.  Goals of the center include conducting high quality research on urban change and social problems; providing social scientific expertise from CSUDH faculty to community-based organizations, governments, and other entities in the South Bay Region and beyond; and creating opportunities for students to receive training through involvement in applied research projects.

Contractor for the survey is the Social Science Research Center at California State University, Fullerton.