Articles

Vulnerable and Resilient:
Legal Status, Family Routines and Maternal Knowledge in Mexican and Central American-origin Families in Los Angeles

2020

Participation in Organized Activities among Mexican and other Latino Youth in Los Angeles:  Variation by Mother’s Documentation Status and Youth’s Age

2020

Diverging dividends, diverging futures: Nativity, citizenship status, legal status, and the non-housing asset accumulation of Latinos

2015

Restricted movement: Nativity, citizenship, legal status, and the residential crowding of Latinos in Los Angeles

2015

Good news and bad news: Numeracy and framing in newspaper reporting of unauthorized migration estimates in Arizona

2014

Home Equity of New Legal Immigrants in the United States: An Evaluation of Three Key Theoretical Perspectives

2013

Who has housing affordability problems? Disparities in housing cost burden by race, nativity, and legal status in Los Angeles

2013

"House poor in Los Angeles: Examining patterns of housing-induced poverty by race, nativity, and legal status"

2012

An “incredible number of Latinos and Asians:” Media representations of racial and ethnic population change in Atlanta, Georgia

2011

 

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