Assistant Professor of Education David Rangel uses a sociological perspective to understand processes that generate social inequality, with emphasis on the Latino experience in the United States. His current work uses social and cultural capital theories and mixed-methods research to study sources of inequality.
David Rangel, Carmen Valdez. (2017). The Journal of Primary Prevention, 38(6), 627–645
Shoji MN1, Haskins AR1, Rangel DE1, Sorensen KN1.. (2014). Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 29(4), 600-613
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