Leobardo Estrada

Leobardo Estrada

Associate Professor of Urban Planning

Education:

Ph.D. in Sociology, Florida State University

Areas of Interest:

Ethnic Communities - Latino American, Geographic Information Systems, Race and Ethnicity

Phone:

(310) 825-6574 on-campus: x56574

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Email:

leobard@ucla.edu

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Professor Estrada’s areas of expertise include ethnic and racial demographic trends, particularly in the Latino population of the southwestern United States, inner city redevelopment, and social policy analysis and research methods.

He twice has been asked to provide his knowledge on methodologies related to ethnic and racial groups to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, serving as Special Assistant to the Chief of the Population Division and as Staff Assistant to the Deputy Director.

He has participated in numerous national studies, including an evaluation of the U.S. Standard of Live Birth for the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics.

His areas of interest are (1) ethnic communities—Latino American; (2) geographic information systems; and (3) race and ethnicity. He teaches courses on Planning for Minority Communities and Geographic Information Systems.

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SELECTED BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

The Dynamic Demographic Mosaic Called America: Implications for Education
Estrada, L. “The Dynamic Demographic Mosaic Called America: Implications for Education,” Education and Urban Society 25, no. 3 (1993).

The Changing Profile of Mexican America, A Sourcebook for Policy Makers
Estrada, L. The Changing Profile of Mexican America, A Sourcebook for Policy Makers. Claremont, CA: Tomas Rivera Center, 1986.

The Politics of the Census: A Reflection of the Dilemmas in U.S. Society
Estrada, L. “The Politics of the Census: A Reflection of the Dilemmas in U.S. Society,” Proceedings of the Joint Canada-United States Conference on Measurement of Ethnicity. Washington, DC: GPO, September, 1993

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