01/15/2014 09:46 am ET | Updated Jan 23, 2014

Hispanicize And Co. To Study Latino Journalists' Beliefs

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The state of Latinos and Tech is increasingly reported on, especially by Latino journalists and/or in the pages of tech sections at Latino-focused news media, like this website. Rarely is the mirror turned on the Latino reporters, but one survey hopes to begin doing just that: studying Latino journalists' beliefs about their careers and the role social media and technology play in their lives.

The survey -- a project put together by California State University, Fullerton, Hispanicize Wire, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and Florida International University -- will look into Latino journalists' beliefs about social media, technology, and their outlook on their careers by targeting U.S. Latino and Puerto Rico-based journalists with a 5-minute questionnaire.

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