Selected immigration-related publications for Faculty Associates (2010-2012)

 
Chacón, Jennifer. Forthcoming. The Fifth Amendment: Criminal Procedure. (Book VIII in the Prometheus Book series on the Bill of Rights).
 
Chacón, Jennifer, Kevin R. Johnson, and Bill OngHing. Forthcoming. Immigration Law.
 
De la Garza, Rodolfo, Louis DeSipio, and David Leal. (Eds). 2010. Beyond the Barrio: Latinos and the 2004 Elections. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
 
Duncan, Greg, J. and Richard Murnane. (Eds.). 2011. Whither Opportunity: Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances. New York: Russell Sage.
 
Noriko O. Tsuya, Wang Feng, George Alter, James Z. Lee, et al. 2010. Prudence and Pressure Reproduction and Huan Agency in Europe and Asia, 1700-1900. Cambridge: MIT Press.
 
Paxton, Pamela, John R. Hipp, and Sandra T. Marquart-Pyatt. 2011. Nonrecursive Models: Endogeneity, Reciprocal Relationships, and Feedback Loops. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
 
Lee, Jennifer and Frank D. Bean. 2010. The Diversity Paradox: Immigration and the Color Line in 21st Century America. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
 
Montoya, Michael J. 2011. Making the Mexican Diabetic: Race, Science, and the Genetics of Inequality. Berkeley: University of California Press.
 
Robnett, Belinda. In Progress. Surviving Success: Black Political Organization in the “Post-Racial, Post-Civil Rights” America, 1970-2010.
 
Diaz, D. and Rodolfo. D. Torres  (Eds). Forthcoming. Latino Urbanism. New York: NY, New York University Press.
 
Kyriakides, C. and Rodolfo. D. Torres. 2012. Race Defaced: Paradigms of Pessimism, Politics of Possibility. Stanford: CA Stanford University Press.
 
Monahan, Torin and Rodolfo. D. Torres. (Eds.). 2010. Schools Under Surveillance. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
 
Treas, Judith and Sonja Drobnic. (Eds.) 2010. Dividing the Domestic: Women, Men and Household Work in Cross-National Perspective. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
 
 
Articles & Book chapters
 
Bean, Frank D., Susan K. Brown, James D. Bachmeier, Tineke Fokkema, and Laurence Lessard-Phillips. Forthcoming. “The Dimensions and Degree of Second-Generation Incorporation in U.S. and European Cities: A Comparative Study of Inclusion and Exclusion.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology.
 
Bean. Frank D., Susan K. Brown, Mark A. Leach, James D. Bachmeier, and Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada.  Forthcoming. “Mexican-American Educational Incorporation: The Size and Meaning of Unauthorized Migration’s Legacy Effects.”  In Adam Sawyer and Bryant Jensen (eds.), Regarding Educación: Mexican-American Schooling in the 21st Century.  New York: Teachers College Press.
Bean, Frank D., Susan K. Brown, and Esther Castillo. Forthcoming. “An Unexpected Legacy: The Positive Consequences of LBJ’s Immigration-Policy Reforms”. In Norman J. Glickman, Laurence E. Lynn and Robert H. Wilson. (Eds.). LBJ’s Neglected Legacy: How Lyndon Johnson Reshaped Domestic Policy and Government. Austin: University of Texas Press.
 
Bean, Frank D., Susan K. Brown, and James D. Bachmeier. 2012. “Luxury, Necessity and Anachronistic Workers: Does the United States Need Unskilled Immigrant Labor?” In John Skrentny and David Fitzgerald. (Eds.). Special Issue of American Behavioral Scientist 56(8): 1008-1028.
 
Bean, Frank, D., Mark A. Leach, Susan K. Brown, James D. Bachmeier, and John R. Hipp. 2011. "The Educational Legacy of Unauthorized Migration: Comparisons Across U.S. Immigrant Groups in How Parents' Status Affects Their Offspring." International Migration Review, 45(2), 348–385.
Bachmeier, James D. and Bean, Frank, D. 2011. “Ethnoracial patterns of schooling and work among adolescents: Implications for Mexican immigrant incorporation.” Social Science Research, 40, 1579-1595.
 
Bean, Frank D., James D. Bachmeier, Susan K. Brown, and Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada. 2011. “Immigration and Labor Market Dynamics” Pp. 37-60 in Edward Telles, Mark Q. Sawyer, Gaspar Rivera-Salgado. (Eds.). Just Neighbors? Research on African American and Latino Relations in the United States. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
 
Leach, Mark A., Frank D. Bean, Susan K. Brown, and Jennifer Van Hook. 2011. “Unauthorized Immigrant Parents: Do Their Migration Histories Limit Their Children’s Education?” US 2010 Project Research Policy Brief: Discover American in a New Century. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
 
Bachmeier, James D. and Frank D. Bean. 2011. “Ethnoracial patterns of schooling and work among adolescents: Implications for Mexican immigrant incorporation”, Social Science Research, 40, 1579-1595.
 
Bean, Frank, D., Susan K. Brown, and James D. Bachmeier. 2011. Comparative integration context and Mexican immigrant group incorporation in the United States. Pp. 253-275 in Ariane Chiebel d’ Appollonia and Simon Reich. (Eds.). Managing ethnic diversity after 9/11. Integration, security and civil liberties in transatlantic perspective. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
 
Bean, Frank, D., Susan K. Brown, Mark Leach, and James D. Bachmeier. 2010. “Mexican Immigrant Legalization and Naturalization and Children’s Economic Wellbeing.” Pp. 129-147 in Gerhard Sonnert and Gerald Holton. (Eds.). Helping Young Refugees and Immigrants Succeed. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
 
Brown, Susan, K. and Frank D. Bean. Forthcoming. “Why the U.S. Workforce Increasingly Must Rely on Immigrants”. In Daniel J. Tichenor and Judith Gans. (Eds.). Sage Debates on Immigration: Labor/Economy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
Fokkema, Tineke, Laurence Lessard-Phillips, James D. Bachmeier, and Susan K. Brown.  2012.  “The Link Between the Transnational Behaviour and Integration of the Second Generation in European and American Cities: Does the Context of Reception Matter?”Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 2(2), 111-123.
 
Tran, Van C., Susan K. Brown, and Jens Schneider.  2012. “Neighborhoods and Perceptions of Disorder.” Pp. 81-91 in Maurice Crul and John Mollenkopf. (Eds.). The Changing Face of World Cities: The Second Generation in Western Europe and the United States. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
 
Brown, Susan, K., Frank D. Bean, Mark A. Leach, and Rubén G. Rumbaut. 2011. “Legalization and Naturalization Trajectories among Mexican Immigrants and Their Implications for the Second Generation.” Pp. 31-45 in Richard Alba and Mary C. Waters. (Eds.). The Next Generation: Immigrant Youth in a Comparative Perspective. New York: New York University Press.
 
Brown, Susan, K. and Frank D. Bean. 2011. “Immigrant Cross-generational Incorporation in the United States” Pp. 92 -104 in John Higley and John Nieuwenhuysen, with Stine Neerup. (Eds.). Immigration and the Financial Crisis: The United States and Australia Compared. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar.
 
Chacón, Jennifer. 2011. “The Mercer Girls Guide to Immigration Law: A Response to Kerry Abrams.”Vanderbilt L. Rev. En Banc, 64, 15-28.
 
Chacón, Jennifer. 2011. “Who Controls Immigration Policy?: Commentary on Rick Su.” Houston Law Review, 47, 367.
 
Chacón, Jennifer. 2010. “Protecting Trafficking Victims in the Era of Immigration Enforcement.”University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 158(6), 1609-1653.
 
Chacón, Jennifer. 2010. “A Diversion of Attention: Immigration Courts and the Adjudication of Fourth and Fifth Amendment Rights.” Duke Law Journal, 59, 1563-1633.
 
Chacón, Jennifer.  2010. “America Chooses Best When It Chooses to be Inclusive.” Los Angeles Daily Journal, August 23.
 
Chavez, Leo R. Forthcoming. “Undocumented Immigrants and Medical Care: Popular Perceptions and Empirical Realities.” Social Science & Medicine.
 
Gonzales, Roberto G. and Leo R. Chavez. Forthcoming. “Awakening to a Nightmare’: Abjectivity and Illegality in the Lives of Undocumented 1.5 Generation Latino Immigrants in the United States.” Current Anthropology.
 
Chavez, Leo R. Forthcoming. “Spectacles of Citizenship and the 2006 Immigrant Marches in the United States. In Josef Raab. (Ed.). New World Colors: Ethnicity, Difference, and Belonging. Germany.
 
Chavez, Leo R. Forthcoming. “Migration, National Identity, and Citizenship in a Transnational World.”Pp. 3-22 in Hidefuji Someda and Mitsuharu Akao. (Eds.). Conflict Studies in the Humanities, special issue: Migration and Identities: Conflict and the New Horizon. Hokkaido University, Japan.
 
Chavez, Leo R. Forthcoming. “Narratives of the Nation and Anti-Nation: The Media and Construction of Latinos as a Threat to the United States.” In Michael Boss. (Ed.).Narrating Peoplehood Amidst Diversity: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives. University of Aarhus, Denmark.
 
Schneider, Jens, Leo R. Chavez, LuoisDeSipio, and Mary Waters. Forthcoming. “Belonging.” Pp. 206-234 in Maurice Crul and John Mollenkopf. (Eds.). The Changing Face of World Cities.  New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. Forthcoming. “The Rights of Non-Citizens in the United States.” Annual Review of Law & Social Science, 7.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler and Katie Dingeman. Forthcoming. “The Ruptures of Return: Deportation’s Confounding Effects.” In Charis M. Kubrin, Marjorie S. Zatz, and Ramiro Martinez, Jr. (Eds.). Punishing Immigrants: Policy, Politics and Injustice. New York, NY: University Press.
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “Comment: The Violence of Being Not Quite There.” Law, Culture, and the Humanities, 7(3), 457-462.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “A Report on the Deportation of Salvadorans Who Immigrated to the United States as Children.” Anthropology of Children and Childhood Newsletter, 3(1), 4-5.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “Falling Outside: Excavating the History of Central American Asylum Seekers.” Law & Social Inquiry, 36(3), 569-596.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “Re/Membering the Nation.” Anthropological Quarterly as part of a special issue of “Ethics of Disconnection, 84(4), 809-834.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “’Robbed of a Different Life’: Alternative Histories, Interrupted Futures.” Pp. 245-267 in Hester Lessard, Rebecca Johnson and Jeremy Webber. (Eds.), Storied Communities: Narratives of Contact and Arrival in Constituting Political Community.  Vancouver: UBC Press.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. “Legal Exclusion and Dislocated Subjectivities: The Deportation of Salvadoran Youth from the United States.” Pp. 169-183 in Vicki.J.Squire. (Ed.). The Contested Politics of Mobility: Borderzones and Irregularity. London: Routledge.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2010. “Confined Within: National Territories as Zones of Confinement.” Political Geography, 29(4), 200-208.
 
Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2010. “Originary Destinations: Re/membered Communities and Salvadoran Diasporas.” Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development, 39(1-2), 47-72.
 
DeSipio, Louis. Forthcoming. “Latino Naturalization in Comparative Perspective.” In IlanStavans. (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.
Herzog-Punzenberger, Barbara, Rosita Fibbi, Constanza Vera-Larrucea, Louis DeSipio, and John Mollenkopf. Forthcoming. Pp. 183-205 in Maurice Crul and John Mollenkopf (eds.), Citizenship and Participation. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.
DeSipio, Louis. 2011. “A Return to a National Origin Preference? Mexican Immigration and the Principles Guiding U.S. Immigration Policy.” Perspectives on Politics, 9(3), 567-569.
DeSipio, Louis. 2011. “Immigrant Incorporation in an Era of Weak Civic Institutions: Immigrant Civic and Political Participation in the United States.” American Behavioral Scientist, 55(9), 1189-1213.
DeSipio, Louis. 2011. “Drawing New Lines in the Sand: Evaluating the Failure of Immigration Reforms from 2006 to the Beginning of the Obama Administration.” Pp. 215-232 in Kim Voss and Irene Bloemraad. (Eds.). Rallying for Immigrant Rights: The Fight for Inclusion in 21st Century America. Berkeley: University of California Press.
DeSipio, Louis and David Leal. 2010. “Introduction. A View from the Battlegrounds Periphery: Latinos and the 2004 Elections.” Pp. 1-72 in Rodolfo O. de la Garza, Louis DeSipio, and David Leal. (Eds.). Beyond the Barrio: Latinos and the 2004 Elections. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
 
Domina, Thurston and Josipa Roksa. 2012. “Should Mom Go Back to School? Post-natal Educational Attainment and Parenting Practices.” Social Science Research, 41(3), 695-708.
Domina, Thurston and Joshua Saldana. 2012. “Did Raising the Bar Level the Playing Field? Mathematics Curricular Intensification and Inequality in American High Schools 1982-2004.” American Education Research Journal, 49(4), 685-708.
Tran Dan, AnneMarie Conley, Greg Duncan, and Thurston Domina. 2012. “The Role of Goal Orientations for Adolescent Mathematics Achievement.” Contemporary Educational Psychology, 37, 47-54.
Domina, Thurston and Erik Ruzek. 2012. “Paving the Way: K-16 Partnerships for Higher Education Diversity and High School Reform.” Educational Policy, 26(2), 243-267.
Thurston Domina, AnneMarie Conley, and George Farkas. 2011. “The Link Between Educational Expectations and Effort in the College for All Era.” Sociology of Education, 84(2), 93-112.
Domina, Thurston, AnneMarie Conley, and George Farkas. 2011. “The Case for Dreaming Big.”  Sociology of Education, 84(2), 118-121.
Sigal, Alon, Domina Thurston, and Marta Tienda. 2010. “Stymied mobility or temporary lull: The puzzle of lagging Hispanic college degree attainment.” Social Forces, 88(4), 1807-1832.
Thurston Domina, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, and Marta Tienda. 2010. “Students Left Behind: Measuring 10th to 12th Grade Student Persistence Rates in Texas High Schools.” Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 32(2), 324-245.
 
Duncan, Greg J., Katherine Magnuson, Ariel Kalil, and Kathleen Ziol-Guest. Forthcoming. “The Importance of Early Childhood Poverty.” Social Indicators Research.
Duncan, Greg, Pamela Morris, and Chris Rodrigues. Forthcoming. “Does Money Really Matter? Estimating Impacts of Family Income on Young Children’s Achievement with Data from Random-Assignment Experiments.” Developmental Psychology.
Duncan, Greg, J., Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Kathryn Edin, and Jeffrey Kling. 2011. “Moving Teenagers Out of High-Risk Neighborhoods: How Girls Fare Better Than Boys.” American Journal of Sociology, 116(4), 1154-1189.
Duncan, Greg J. 2010. “Early Childhood Poverty and Adult Attainment, Behavior and Health.” Child Development, 81(1), 306-325.
Duncan, Greg J. Stefanie Deluca, Micere Keels and Ruby Mendenhall. 2010. “Gautreaux Mothers and Their children: An Update.” Housing Policy Debate, 20(1), 7-25.
 
Hillemeier, M.M. P.L. Morgan, George Farkas and S. Maczuga. In press. “Quality Disparities in Child Care for At-risk Children: Comparing Head Start and Non-Head Start Settings.” Maternal and Child Health.
Morgan, Paul, George Farkas, and Qiong Wu. In press. “Do Poor Readers Feel Angry, Sad, and Unpopular?” Scientific Studies of Reading.
Morgan, Paul, George Farkas, and Qiong Wu. 2011. “Kindergarten Children’s Growth Trajectories in Reading and Mathematics: Who Falls Increasingly Behind?” Journal of Learning Disabilities, 44(September), 472-488.
Silver, Eric, Stacy Silver, Sonja Siennick, and George Farkas. 2011. “Bodily Signs of Academic Success: An Empirical Examination of Tattoos and Grooming.” Social Problems, 58(4), 538-564.
Domina, Thad, AnneMarie Conley, and George Farkas.  2011. The Case for Dreaming Big.” Sociology of Education, 84(4), 118-121.
Hall, Matthew and George Farkas. 2011. “Adolescent Cognitive Skills, Attitudinal/Behavioral Traits and Career Wages.” Social Forces, 89(4), 1261-1285.
Domina, Thad., AnneMarie Conley, and George Farkas. 2011. “The Link Between Educational Expectations and Effort in the College-For-All Era.” Sociology of Education, 84(2), 93-112.
Hillemeier, Marianne, Paul Morgan, George Farkas, and Steven Maczuga. 2011. “Perinatal and Socioeconomic Risk Factors for Variable and Persistent Cognitive Delay at 24 and 48 Months in a National Sample.” Maternal and Child Health Journal, 15(7), 1001-1010.
Hibel, Jacob, George Farkas, and Paul Morgan. 2010. “Who is Placed into Special Education?” Sociology of Education, 83(4), 312-332.
Hall, Matthew, Emily Greenman, and George Farkas. 2010. “Legal Status and Wage Disparities for Mexican Immigrants.” Social Forces, 89(2), 491-513.
 
Feliciano, Cynthia. Forthcoming. “The Female Educational Advantage among Children of Immigrants.” Youth and Society.
Ashtiani, Mariam and Cynthia Feliciano. 2012. “Low-Income Young Adults Continue to Face Barriers to College Entry and Degree Completion.” UC ACCORD Pathways to Postsecondary Success: Maximizing Opportunities for Youth in Poverty.
Feliciano, Cynthia, Rennie Lee, and Belinda Robnett. 2011. “Racial Boundaries among Latinos: Evidence from Internet Daters’ Racial Preferences.” Social Problems, 58(2), 189-212.
 
Feng, Wang. 2011. “The Future of a Demographic Overachiever: Long term Implications of the Demographic Transition in China.” Population and Development Review, 37 (supplement), 173-190.
Feng, Wang. 2010. “China’s Population Destiny: The Looming Crisis.” Current History, 109(728), 244-251.
Feng, Wang. 2010. “Boundaries of Inequality: Perceptions of Distributive Justice among Urbanities, Migrants, and Peasants.” Pp. 219-240 in Martin K. Whyte. (Ed.), One Country, Two Societies: Rural-Urban Inequality in Contemporary China. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
 
Goodman, Sarah W. 2012. “Fortifying Citizenship: Civic Integration Policy Strategies in Western Europe. World Politics 64(4).
Goodman, Sarah W. 2012. “Evaluating and Explaining the Restrictive Backlash in Citizenship Policy in Europe. Studies in Law, Politics and Society.
Goodman, Sarah W. 2012. “Measurement and Interpretation Issues in Civic Integration Studies: A Rejoinder.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(1): 173-186.
Goodman, Sarah W. 2011. “Controlling immigrants through Language and Country Knowledge Requirements.” West European Politics, 34(2), 235-255.
Somerville, Will and Sarah. W. Goodman. 2010. “The Role of Networks in the Development of UK Migration Policy.” Political Studies, 58(5), 951–970.
Goodman, Sarah. W. 2010. “Integration Requirements for Integration’s Sake? Identifying, Categorizing and Comparing Civic Integration Policies.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(5), 753-772.
 
Hipp, John R. and Adam Boessen. Forthcoming. “Immigrants and Social Distance: Examining the Social Consequences of Immigration for Southern California Neighborhoods Over 50 Years.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Hipp, John R. Forthcoming. “Segregation Through the Lens of Housing Unit Transition: What Roles to the Prior Residents, the Local Micro-neighborhood, and the Broader Neighborhood Play?” Demography.
Butts, Carter T., Ryan M. Acton, John R. Hipp, and Nicholas N. Nagle. 2012. “Geographical Variability and Network Structure.” Social Networks, 34(1), 82-100.
Hipp, John R., Robert W. Faris, and Adam Boessen. 2012. “Measuring ‘Neighborhood’: Constructing Network Neighborhoods.” Social Networks, 34(1), 128-140.
Steenbeek, Wouter and John R. Hipp. 2011. “A Longitudinal Test of Social Disorganization Theory: Feedback Effects between Cohesion, Social Control and Disorder.” Criminology, 49(3), 833-871.
Hipp, John R. 2011. “Violent Crime, Mobility Decisions, and Neighborhood Racial/Ethnic Transition.” Social Problems, 58(3), 410-432.
Hipp, John R. 2011. “Spreading the Wealth: The Effect of the Distribution of Income and Race/Ethnicity across Households and Neighborhoods on City Crime Trajectories.” Criminology, 49(3), 631-665.
 
Lakon, Cynthia M. and Valente, T.W. 2012. “Social Integration in Friendship Networks: The Synergy of Network Structure and Peer Influence in Relation to Cigarette Smoking among High Risk Adolescents.” Social Science and Medicine, 74(9), 1407-1417.
Lakon, Cynthia M., John R. Hipp, and D.S. Timberlake.2010. “The Social Context of Adolescent Smoking: A Systems Perspective.” American Journal of Public Health, 100(7), 1218-1228.
 
Lee, Jennifer and Frank D. Bean. In press. “A Postracial Society or a Diversity Paradox? Race, Immigration, and Multiraciality in the Twenty-first Century.” Du Bois Review, 9(2), 1-19.
Crul, Maurice, Min Zhou, Jennifer Lee, Philipp Schnell, and ElifKeskiner. In press. “Success Against the Odds: Second-Generation Mexicans in Los Angeles and Second-Generation Turks in Western European Cities.”  In Maurice Crul and John Mollenkopf. (Eds.). The Changing Face of World Cities: The Second Generation in Europe and the United States.  New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Lee, Jennifer and Min Zhou. In progress. “Opportunity Horizons and Cultures of Mobility: Frames of Achievement among Second-Generation Mexicans, Chinese, and Vietnamese.” In David Card and Steven Raphael. (Eds.). Poverty, Inequality, and Immigration. New York: University Press.
Lee, Jennifer. 2012. “Tiger Kids and the Success Frame.” The Society Pages.
Lee, Jennifer. 2012. “Asian American Exceptionalism and Stereotype Promise.” The Society Pages.
 
Lee, Stephen. 2011. “Monitoring Workplace Enforcement.” Arizona Law Review, 53, 1089-1136.
 
Montoya, Michael J. and Rayna Rapp. 2012. “Forward: Race, Genes and Health in Latin America.” Pp. IX-XIV inSahra Gibbon, Ricardo Ventura Santos and Monica Sans. (Eds.). Racial Identities, Genetic Ancestry and Health in South America: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan.
Montoya, Michael, J. and Erin Kent.2011. “Dialogical Action: From Community-Based to Community-Driven Participatory Research”. Qualitative Health Research, 21(7), 1000-1011.
Montoya, Michael, J. and Rayna Rapp. 2011. “Foreword: Race, Genes and Health in Latin America”. Pp. IX-XIVin: Sahra Gibbon, Ricardo Ventura Santos and Monica Sans. (Eds). Racial Identities, Genetic Ancestry and Health in South America: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay. New York: Palgrave – Macmillan.
Montoya, Michael, J. and Erin Kent. 2010. “Black and white disparities in cancer survival are not so black and white.” Letter to the editor response to Albain et al 2009.Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 102(4), 277.
 
Neumark, David. Forthcoming. “Detecting Evidence of Discrimination in Audit and Correspondence Studies.” Journal of Human Resources.
Hellerstein, Judity, Melissa McInerney, and David Neumark. Forthcoming. “Neighbors and Co-Workers: The Importance of Residential Labor Market Networks.” Journal of Labor Economics.
Mazzolari, Francesca and David Neumark. Forthcoming. “Immigration and Product Diversity. Journal of Population Economics.
Hellerstein, Judith K. Melissa McInerney, and David Neumark. Forthcoming. “Spatial Influences on the Employment of U.S. Hispanics: Spatial Mismatch, Discrimination, or Immigrant Networks. Annalesd’Economieet de Statistique.
Neumark, David, Brandon Wall, and Junfu Zhang. 2011. “Do Small Businesses Create More Jobs? New Evidence from the National Establishment Time Series.” The Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(1), 16-29.
Kolko, Jed, and David Neumark 2010. “Do Some Enterprise Zones Create Jobs?” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 29(1), 5-38.
Hellerstein, Judith K. Melissa McInerney, and David Neumark. 2010. “Spatial Mismatch, Immigrant Networks, and Hispanic Employment in the United States.” Annalesd’ Economie et de Statistique, pp. 141-167.
 
Saperstein, Aliya and Andrew M. Penner. Forthcoming. “Racial Fluidity and Inequality in the United States.” American Journal of Sociology.
Penner, Andrew M. and Todd Cadwallader Olsker. 2012. “Gender Differences in Mathematics and Science Achievement across the Distribution: What International Variation Can Tell Us About the Role of Biology and Society.” Pp. 441-468 in Ferdinand D. Rivera and Helen Forgasz (eds.), Towards Equity: Gender, Culture, and Diversity. New York: Springer.
Penner, Andrew M. Harold J. Toro, and Matt Huffman. 2012. “Do Women Managers Ameliorate Gender Differences in Wages? Evidence from a Large Grocery Retailer.” Sociological Perspectives, 55, 365-381.
Freeman, Jon, Andrew M. Penner, Aliya Saperstein, Matthias Scheutz, and Nalini Ambady. 2011. “Looking the Part: Social Status Cues Shape Racial Perception.” PLoS ONE 6: e25107.
Penner, Andrew M., and Robb Willer. 2011. “Stigma and Glucose Levels: Testing Ego Depletion and Arousal Explanations of Stereotype Threat Effects.” Current Research in Social Psychology, 16(3), 1-15
Petersen, Trond, Andrew M. Penner, and GeirHøgsnes. 2011. “The Male Marital Wage Premium: Sorting Versus Differential Pay.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 54, 283-304.
Petersen, Trond, Andrew M. Penner, and GeirHøgsnes. 2010. “The within-job motherhood wage penalty in Norway, 1979–1996.” Journal of Marriage and Family, 72, 1274–1288.
Saperstein, Aliya and Andrew M. Penner. 2010. “The race of a criminal record: How incarceration colors racial perception.” Social Problems, 57, 92–113.
 
Robnett, Belinda. In Press. “Leadership.” In David Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans and Doug McAdam. (Eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements.  Blackwell Publishing. 
Robnett, Belinda and Jessica Ayo Alabi. In press. “Marketing for Justice: Corporate Social Movement Organizations.” In Jeffrey Goodwin, Greg Maney, Rachel Kutz-Flamenbaum, and Deana Rohlinger. (Eds.). Strategy in Action: Movements and Social Change. University of Minnesota Press.
Baker, Christina N. and Belinda Robnett. Forthcoming. “Race, Social Support, and College Student Retention: A Case Study.” Journal of College Student Development.
Robnett, Belinda and Cynthia Feliciano. 2011. “Patterns of Racial-Ethnic Exclusion by Internet Daters.” Social Forces, 89(3), 807-828.
Robnett, Belinda and James A. Bany. 2011. “Gender, Church Involvement and African-American Political Participation.” Sociological Perspectives, 54(4), 689-712.
Feliciano, Cynthia, Rennie Lee, and Belinda Robnett. 2011. “Racial Boundaries among Latinos: Evidence from Internet Daters’ Racial Preferences.” Social Problems, 58(2), 189-212.
 
Rumbaut, Rubén G. 2012. “Harvests of Loneliness? Braceros in the American Past, the Politics of the Present, and Lessons for the Future.” Pp. 79-90 in Cristina Gortázar, Carolina M. Parra, B. Segaert and Christiane Timmerman. (Eds.). European Migration and Asylum Policies: Coherence of Contradiction? Brussels: Bruylant.
Rumbaut, Rubén G.  2011. “Assimilation’s Bumpy Road.” Pp. 184-219 in M. Chowkwanyun and R. Serhan (eds.), American Democracy and the Pursuit of Equality. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers.
Borgen, Linda and Rubén G. Rumbaut. 2011. “Coming of Age in ‘America’s Finest City’: Transitions to Adulthood among Children of Immigrants in San Diego.” Pp. 133-168 in Mary C. Waters, Patrick J. Carr, Maria Kefalas and Jennifer Holdaway (Eds.). Coming of Age in America: The Transition to Adulthood in the Twenty-First Century. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Rumbaut, Rubén G. and Golnaz Komaie. 2010. “Immigration and Adult Transitions.” TheFuture of Children, 20(1), 43-66.
Dingeman, M. Kathleen and Rubén G. Rumbaut. 2010. “The Immigration-Crime nexus and Post-deportationExperiences: En/Countering Stereotypes in Southern California and El Salvador.” University of La Verne Law Review, 31(2), 363-402.
Rumbaut, Rubén G. 2010. “The Melting and the Pots: Assimilation’s Bumpy Road.” In MerlinChowkwanyun and Randa.Serhan. (Eds.). American Democracy and the Pursuit of Equality: Essays in Honor of Herbert J. Gans. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
 
Sadiq, Kamal and Kristen R. Monroe. 2010. “An Unfulfilled Methodological and International Agenda.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 43(4), 749-750.
Sadiq, Kamal and Julie Chernov Hwang. 2010. “Legislating Separation and Solidarity in Plural Societies: The Chinese in Indonesia and Malaysia.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 16(2), 192-215.
 
Smith, David, A. and M. Mahutga. Forthcoming. “Trading Up the Commodity Chain: The Impact of Extractive and Labor-Intensive Manufacturing Trade on World-System Inequalities.”  In Jennifer Bair. (Ed.). Frontiers of Commodity Chain Research. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
Downey, Dennis, J. and David A. Smith. Forthcoming. “The Politics of Immigration and Labor in Postsuburban California.”Journal of Urban Affairs.
Mahutga,Matthew C. and David A. Smith. Forthcoming. “Polarization in the Contemporary World-Economy: How a Structural Perspective Sheds Light on a Contentious Debate.” Social Science Research.
Matthew C. Mahutga, Matthew C, Xiulian Ma, David A. Smith, and Michael Timberlake 2010. “Economic Globalization and the Structure of the World-City System: The Case of Airline Passenger Data” Urban Studies, 47(9), 1925-1947.
 
Solinger, Dorothy J. Forthcoming. "The RuoshiQunti [Vulnerable Group]: The New Underclass and its Consciousness." Journal of Contemporary China.
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