Approximately 10 million people live in Los Angeles County, making it the largest in the U.S. It also has the region's greatest ethnic diversity living throughout various ethnic enclaves. In this article, James Allen and Eugene Turner, professors at California State University, Northridge, look at trends in the county up to 2010. They also focus on eight ethnic enclaves to provide readers with a brief introduction and taste of L.A.'s ethnic diversity and patterns. Read more.
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