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However, it is not clear how far this outlook extended beyond these activists. Without a better understanding of the political implications of important variables such as patterns of bilingualism and rates of Mexican immigration and naturalization, and the variations in ethnic consciousness these variables help to create, one cannot assume that an increase in the proportion of Mexican Americans born in the U.S. necessarily resulted in an increase in the ethnic Mexican population's political activism. この文を訳すとどうなるでしょうか。特に and the variations in ethnic consciousness these variables help to createの部分がよくわかりませんでした。variationsとvariablesはここでは別物をさしているのでしょうか?

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1。訳  しかしながら、これが、このような行動の外にまで広がるかどうかは明らかでない。  二重言語の諸形態やメキシコからの移民や帰化の率、こう言った変数が生み出す民族的自覚の相違といった重要な可変数の政治的に持つ含みが、今より良く理解されなければ、アメリカ合衆国内で生まれたメキシコ系米人の比率増加が、必ずしも民族的メキシコ系の政治活動の活発化に繋がるとは速断できない。 2。。variationsとvariablesはここでは別物をさしているのでしょうか?  variations は、いろいろな変形。  variables は、そのようないろいろな変形を生み出す要因、  という意味でしょう。ですから関係はあるが同じものではない、いわば、variables は原因、variations は、その結果だと思います。

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