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Noreen Goldman
2016
The increased risk for poor physical and mental health outcomes for older parents in Mexico who have an adult child living in the United States may contribute to an increased risk for cognitive impairment in this population. The objective of this study ...
Paul DiMaggio
2016
This paper proposes a systematic approach to the study of immigration and art by considering relevant theoretical concepts. We focus on the role of institutions and economic change as forces shaping the expressive alternatives of immigrants and their ...
Marta Tienda
2015
We use administrative data about new legal permanent residents to show how family unification chain migration changed both the age and regional origin of US immigrants. Between 1981 and 1995, every 100 initiating immigrants from Asia sponsored between 220 ...
Susan Fiske
2015
This Agenda article first considers whether social psychology is in the best or worst of times and suggests that we are instead in extraordinary times, given exciting agendas and potential policy relevance, if we are careful. The article illustrates with ...
Noreen Goldman
2014
ABSTRACT:  Although many studies have attempted to examine the consequences of Mexico-U.S. migration for Mexican immigrants’ health, few have had adequate data to generate the appropriate comparisons. In this article, we use data from two waves of the ...
Marta Tienda
2014
Seniors comprise a growing proportion of new U.S. immigrants. We investigate whether late-age immigrants are disadvantaged in older age relative to those arriving earlier in life, based on income, reliance on public benefits, and access to public medical ...
Marta Tienda
2013
I argue that enrollment of a diverse student body is but a pragmatic first step toward the broader social goal of inclusion and ask whether motives for campus diversification are aligned with pedagogic goals. I address this question by focusing on ...
Noreen Goldman
2013
Noreen Goldman August, 2013 With S. Heidi Ullmann, Anne Pebley; Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 90 Health Demography Immigration Urban Studies Domestic and Social Policy http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953613002566 ...
Rafaela Dancygier
2013
Turning to immigrants’ political incorporation, this chapter makes the case that analysts benefit from considering both group traits and institutional settings, and it demonstrates how these two sets of variables shape immigrants’ political incorporation ...
Marta Tienda
2013
We use the Immigrants Admitted to the United States (microdata) supplemented with special tabulations from the Department of Homeland Security to examine how family reunification impacts the age composition of new immigrant cohorts since 1980. We develop ...
Marta Tienda
2013
This essay provides an overview of immigration from Latin America since 1960, focusing on changes in both the size and composition of the dominant streams and their cumulative impact on the U.S. foreign-born population. We briefly describe the deep ...
Alicia Adsera
2013
We analysed the fertility of women who migrated to Canada before reaching age 19, using the 20 per cent sample of the Canadian censuses from 1991 to 2006. Fertility increases with age at immigration, and is particularly high for those immigrating in late ...
Miguel Centeno
2013
Brubaker neatly lays out the ways in which the concepts are theoretically related; what remains to be addressed, however, is how language, religion, ethnicity, and nation are intertwined in the context of everyday life. Specifically, the lecture raises ...
Noreen Goldman
2013
Noreen Goldman February, 2013 With Alison Buttenheim, Anne Pebley, Katie Hsih, Chang Chung; Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 78 Immigration Health Demography Domestic and Social Policy http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953612007459 ...
Rafaela Dancygier
2013
Rafaela Dancygier January, 2013 With Michael Donnelly; Journal of Politics, Vol. 75, Issue 1 Immigration Employment Macroeconomics Domestic and Social Policy dancygier_sectoral_economies_economic_context_and_attitudes_toward_immigration.pdf http://dx.doi ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2012
Wiley Online Library Can a soap opera influence political attitudes and engagement among U.S. Latinos, particularly those perceiving a threat from immigration legislation? The extended contact hypothesis predicts that ingroup fictional characters can ...
Sara McLanahan
2012
Abundant U.S. research documents an “immigrant advantage” in children’s physical health. This article extends consideration to the United Kingdom, permitting examination of a broader group of immigrants from disparate regions of the world and different ...
Alicia Adsera
2012
This paper examines the fertility of women who migrated as children to one of three OECD countries—Canada, the United Kingdom, and France—and how it differs from that of native-born women, by age at migration. By looking at child migrants whose fertility ...
Douglas Massey
2012
Over the past four decades, the Latino population of the United States was transformed from a small, ethnically segmented population of Mexicans in the southwest, Puerto Ricans in New York, and Cubans in Miami into a large national population dominated by ...
Douglas Massey
2012
The geography Mexican migration to the U.S. has experienced deep transformations in both its origin composition and the destinations chosen by migrants. To date, however, we know little about how shifting migrant origins and destinations may be linked to ...

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