CSII Faculty Affiliate Publications

CSII Faculty Affiliate Publications
The following publications from 2001 through 2014 were written/co-written by CSII faculty affiliates (past
and present). Last updated October 2014
Agius Vallejo, J. (2009). Latina Spaces: Middle-Class Ethnic Capital and Professional Associations in the
Latino Community. City and Community, 8(2), 129-154.
Agius Vallejo, J. & Lee, J. (2009). Brown Picket Fences: The Immigrant Narrative and 'Giving
Back' among the Mexican Origin Middle-Class. Ethnicities, 9(1), 5-23.
Allema, J.P., Lisha, N.E., Soto, D.W., Baezconde-Garbanati, L. & Unger, J.B. (2013). Emerging
Adulthood Themes, Role Transitions and Substance Use among Hispanics in Southern California.
Addictive Behaviors, 38, 2797–2800.
Baezconde-Garbanati, L., Murphy, S.T., Moran, M.B. & Cortessis, V.K. (2013). Reducing the Excess
Burden of Cervical Cancer Among Latinas: Translating Science into Health Promotion Initiatives.
Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 11(1), 45-57.
Baezconde-Garbanati, L., Chatterjee, J.S., Frank, L.B., Murphy, S.T., Moran, M.B., Werth, L.N., Nan Zhao,
` Paula Amezola de Herrera, Doe Mayer, Jeremy Kagan and Dave O’Brien. (2014). Tamale
Lesson: A Case Study of a Narrative Health Communication Intervention. Journal of
Communication in Healthcare 7(2), 82-92.
Brand, L. (2014). Official Stories: Politics and National Narratives in Egypt and Algeria. Stanford
University Press.
Emeka, A. & Agius Vallejo, J. (2011). Non-Hispanics with Latin American Ancestry: Assimilation, Race,
and Identity among Latin American Descendants in the US. Social Science Research, 40, 15471563.
Estrada, E. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2013). Living the Third Shift: Latina Adolescent Street Vendors in Los
Angeles. In Flores-Gonzalez, N., Guevarra A., Toro-Morn, M., & Chang, G. (Eds.), Immigrant
Women Workers in the Neoliberal Age (pp. 144-163). Irbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Flores, E. O. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2013). Chicano Gang Members in Recovery: The Public Talk of
Negotiating Chicano Masculinities. Social Problems, 60 (4), 476-490.
Flores, G. M. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2014). The Social Dynamics Channeling Latina College Graduates
into the Teaching Profession. Gender, Work and Organization. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12051
Golash-Boza, T. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2013). Latino Immigrant Men and the Deportation Crisis: A
Gendered Racial Removal Program, Latino Studies 11(3), 271-292.*
(*Honorable mention for Best Paper Award from ASA Latina/o Sociology Section, 2014.)
Hennebry, J., Kopinak, K., Soriano Miras, R.M., Trinidad Requena, A. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2014).
‘Khadema’ to ‘Zemegria’: Morocco as a ‘Migration Hub’ for the EU. In Walton-Roberts, M. &
Hennebry, J. (Eds.), Territoriality and Migration in the E.U. Neighborhood: Spilling over the Wall,
International Perspectives on Migration 5. (pp. 65-81). New York and London: Springer.
Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2014). Paradise Transplanted, Paradise Lost? Boom: A Journal of California, 4(3).
Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2014). Paradise Transplanted: Migration and the Making of California Gardens.
University of California Press.
Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2013). New Directions in Gender and Immigration Research. In Casas, L.O. &
Riba-Mateos, N. (Eds.) The International Handbook on Gender, Migration and Transnationalism:
Global and Development Perspectives(pp.233-245). Edward Elgar Publishers.
Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. & Ruiz, J.M. (2014). Illegality and Spaces of Sanctuary: Belonging and Homeland
making in Urban Community Gardens. In Menjivar, C. & Kanstroom, D. (Eds.) Constructing
Illegality (pp.246-271) Cambridge University Press.
Lainer-Vos, D. (2014). Brothers’ Keepers: The United Jewish Appeal and the Production of Jewish
American National Attachments in the United States. Socio-Economic Review, 12(3), 1–26. DOI:
Lainer-Vos, D. (2014). Masculinities in Interaction: The Construction of Israeli and American Jewish Men
in Philanthropic Fundraising Events. Men and Masculinities, 17(1), 43-66.
Lainer-Vos, D. (2014). Israel in the Poconos: Simulating the Nation in a Jewish-American Summer Camp.
Theory and Society, 43(1), 91-116.
Lainer-Vos, D. (2013). The Practical Organization of Moral Transactions: Gift Giving, Market Exchange,
Credit, and the Making of Diaspora Bonds. Sociological Theory, 31(2), 145-167.*
(*Winner of the Outstanding Published Article Award of the Altruism, Morality and Social
Solidarity Section of the ASA and the Mark Granovetter Best Article Award Honorable Mention of
the Economic Sociology Section of the ASA)
Lainer-Vos, D. (2013). Boundary Objects, Zones of Indeterminacy, and Formation of Irish and Jewish
Transnational Socio-Financial Networks. Organization Studies, 34(4), 515-532.
Lew, R., Martinez, J., Soto, C. & Baezconde-Garbanati, L. (2011). Training Leaders From Priority
Populations to Implement Social Norm Changes in Tobacco Control: Lessons From the LAAMPP
Institute. Health Promotion Practice, 12, 195S–198S.
Liu, C.Y. & Painter, G. (2010). Travel Behavior among Latino Immigrants: The Role of Ethnic
Neighborhoods and Ethnic Employment.
Lowenthal, A. (2009). Global California Rising to the Cosmopolitan Challenge. Stanford, CA: Stanford
University Press.
Lowenthal, A. (2008). Moving the Debate Forward: What California Can Teach Us. Americas Journal
Quarterly: The Policy Journal for Our Hemisphere, 2(3): 48-54.
Murphy, S.T., Frank, L.B., Chatterjee1, J.S. & Baezconde-Garbanati, L. (2013). Narrative versus
Nonnarrative: The Role of Identification, Transportation, and Emotion in Reducing Health
Disparities. Journal of Communication, 63, 116-137.
National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. (2008). Migrant Farmworker Sampling
Methodology: Strategies for Collecting Data in Migratory/Mobile Groups to Reduce TobaccoRelated Health Disparities. Los Angeles, CA: Buchting, F.O., Fagan, P., Baezconde-Garbanati, L. &
Rose, A.
Painter, G. (2014). Study of U.S. Metros With Most High-Tech Immigrant Entrepreneurs Provides Lessons
for Other Regions. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Painter, G. & Zhou Y. (2010). Immigrants and housing markets in mid-size metropolitan areas.
International Migration Review, 44 (2), 442-476.
Painter, G. & Zhou, Y. (2008). Leaving Gateway Metropolitan Areas: Immigrants and the Housing Market.
Urban Studies, 45 (5-6), 1163-1191.
Painter, G., & Gabriel, S., & Myers, D. (2001). Race, Immigrant Status, and Housing Tenure Choice.
Journal of Urban Economics, 1 (49), 150-167.
Ramirez, H., & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2013). Mexican Gardeners in the U.S. In Kilkey, M., Perrons, D., &
Plomien, A. (Eds.), Gender, Migration and Domestic Work: Masculinities, Male Labour and
Fathering in the UK and USA (pp.122-148). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Ramirez, H. & Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. (2009). Mexican Immigrant Gardeners: Entrepreneurs or Exploited
Workers? Social Problems, 56(1), 70–88.
Saito, L. T. (2009). The Politics of Exclusion: The Failure of Race-Neutral Policies In Urban America. Palo
Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
Shipper, A. (2010). Politics of Citizenship and Transnational Gendered Migration in East and Southeast
Asia. Pacific Affairs, 83 (1), 11-29.
Shipper, A. (2010). Nationalisms of and Against Zainichi Koreans in Japan. Asian Politics & Policy, 2 (1),
Shipper, A. (2008). Fighting For Foreigners: Immigration And Its Impact on Japanese Democracy. Ithaca:
Cornell University Press.
Terriquez, V. & Kwon, H. (2014). Intergenerational Family Relations, Civic Organisations, and the Political
Socialisation of Second-Generation Immigrant Youth. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,
DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2014.921567
Terriquez, V. (2014). Trapped in the Working Class? Prospects for the Intergenerational (Im)Mobility of
Latino Youth. Sociological Inquiry, 84: 382–411. DOI: 10.1111/soin.12042
Zhou, M., Lee, J., Agius Vallejo, J., Tafoya-Estrada, R., & Xiong, Y.S. Success Attained, Deterred, and
Denied: Divergent Pathways to Social Mobility in Los Angeles’ New Second Generation. The
Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 620 (1), 37-61.