Deportation Relief Publications

Faculty Fellows on the ISS Deportation Relief project are publishing journal articles and books on their research.

2017

Griffith, Kate. “The Power of a Presumption: California as a Laboratory for Unauthorized Immigrant Workers’ Rights.” 50 UC Davis Law Review 1279. 2017.

Hall, Matthew. “Direct Retrospective Self-Report (Cross-Sectional) Method” in Frank D. Bean and Susan K. Brown (eds.) Encyclopedia of Migration, Springer. 2017.

Taylor, Marylee, Maria Krysan, and Matthew Hall. “The Uncertain Impact of Anglo/Latino Contact on Anglos’ Immigration Policy Views: Awareness of Latinos’ Problems is the Key.” Du Bois Review. 2017.

York Cornell, Erin and Matthew Hall. “Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Neighborhood Problems in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas, 1985-2013” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2017.

2016

Alvarado, S.E. “Delayed Disadvantage: Neighborhood Context and Child Development.” Social Forces 94(4):1847-1877. 2016.

Alvarado, S.E. “Neighborhood disadvantage and obesity across childhood and adolescence: Evidence from the NLSY Children and Young Adults cohort (1986 – 2010).” Social Science Research 57:80-98. 2016.

Burkhauser, Richard, Markus Hahn, Matthew Hall, and Nicole Watson. “Australia Farewell: Predictors of Emigration in the 2000s.” Population Research and Policy Review, 35: 197-215. 2016.

Gleeson, Shannon. Precarious Claims: The Promise and Failure of Workplace Protections in the United States. Oakland: University of California Press. 2016.

Griffith, Kati. Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?: Proceedings of the New York University 68th Annual Conference on Labor (Lexis Edited Volume). 2016.

Griffith, Kati. Introduction: Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?, in Who is an Employee and Who is the Employer?: Proceedings of the New York University 68th Annual Conference on Labor. 2016.

Hall, Matthew, Laura Tach, and Barrett Lee. “Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980-2010.” Population and Development Review, 42: 271-97. 2016.

Hall, Matthew and Maria Krysan. “The Neighborhood Context of Latino Threat.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. 2016.

Matsudaira, Jordan. “Economic Conditions and the Living Arrangements of Young Adults: 1960 to 2011.” Journal of Population Economics. 29(1), 2016: 167-195. 2016.

Paret, Marcel and Shannon Gleeson, co-editors. “Building Citizenship from Below: Precarity, Migration, and Agency.” Introduction to Special Issue on “Precarity and Agency through a Migration Lens,” Citizenship Studies. Vol. 20:3-4 (277-294). 2016.

Rugh, Jacob S. and Matthew Hall.  “Deporting the American Dream: Immigration Enforcement and Latino Foreclosures,” Sociological Science3, 1053-1076. 2016.

2015

Alvarado, S.E. and Brian P. An, “Race, Friends, and College Readiness: Evidence from the High School Longitudinal Study,” Race and Social Problems 7(2), 150-167. 2015.

Bada, Xóchitl and Shannon M. Gleeson. “A New Approach to Migrant Labor Rights Enforcement: The Crisis of Undocumented Worker Abuse and Mexican Consular Advocacy in the United States,” Labor Studies Journal. Vol. 40:1 (32-53). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “Narratives of Deservingness and the Institutional Youth of Immigrant Workers” (special issue on “Complicating the Politics of Deservingness: A Critical Look at Undocumented (Im)migrant Youth,” edited by Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales, Leisy Abrego, and Kathleen Coll) Association of Mexican-American Educators Journal. Volume 40:1 (32-53). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “‘They Come Here to Work’: An Evaluation of the Economic Argument in Favor of Immigrant Rights,”Citizenship Studies.Volume 19:3-4 (400-420). 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon. “Brokering Immigrant Worker Rights: An Examination of Local Immigration Control, Administrative Capacity, and Civil Society,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 41(3): 470-4922. 2015.

Gleeson, Shannon.  “Brokered Pathways to Justice and Cracks in the Law: A Closer Look at the Claimsmaking Experiences of Low-wage Workers,” (special issue on “Low Wage Workers and Organizing,” edited by M. Anne Visser and Héctor Cordero-Guzmán) WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor & Society, Volume 18(1):77-102. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. “Worker Centers and Labor Law Protections: Why Aren’t They Having Their Cake?,” 36 Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law 331. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. “When Federal Immigration Exclusion Meets Subfederal Workplace Inclusion: A ‘Forensic’ Approach to Legislative History, ” 17 NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 881. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. Labor Law and Immigration, in Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 8th Edition. 2015.

Griffith, Kati. Cross-Border Labor Law, in Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 8th Edition. 2015.

Hall, Matthew, Kyle Crowder, and Amy Spring. “Variations in Housing Foreclosures Across Place and Race, 2005-2012,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 660:217-37. 2015.

Hall, Matthew, and Emily Greenman. 2015. “The Occupational Risk of Being Illegal in the United States: Legal Status, Job Hazard, and Compensating Differentials.” International Migration Review 49: 406-42. 2015.

Michael Harper, Samuel Estreicher & Kati Griffith. “Labor Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems,” 8th Edition. 2015.

 
 
 
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