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Full-Text Articles in Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication

Mirror Images Of Invisibility-The Hispanic Journalist: How Does The Disproportionate Ratio Of Local Hispanic News Anchors And Reporters Impact San Antonio Hispanics?, Rosa Sylvia Cruz May 2004

Mirror Images Of Invisibility-The Hispanic Journalist: How Does The Disproportionate Ratio Of Local Hispanic News Anchors And Reporters Impact San Antonio Hispanics?, Rosa Sylvia Cruz

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The U.S. 2000 Census reveals San Antonio's 671,394 Hispanic or Latino population is 58.7 percent of the city's 1.14 million people. This statistic contrasts nationwide to 12.5 percent or 35.3 million Hispanic or Latino people. San Antonio, ninth-largest U.S. city in total population, compares to two other Texas cities, Houston ranking fourth-largest and Dallas eighth-largest. San Antonio, fifth-largest city in Hispanic population on the U.S. Census chart of "Ten Largest Places in Total Population and in Hispanic Population," outnumbers Dallas, listed eighth-largest in Hispanic population. Only Houston, remaining the fourth-largest ...