Cecilia Menjivar
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Fragmented ties: Salvadoran immigrant networks in America
C Menjívar
Univ of California Press, 2000
15382000
Liminal legality: Salvadoran and Guatemalan immigrants' lives in the United States
C Menjívar
American journal of sociology 111 (4), 999-1037, 2006
12422006
Immigrant women and domestic violence: Common experiences in different countries
C Menjívar, O Salcido
Gender & society 16 (6), 898-920, 2002
7932002
Legal violence: Immigration law and the lives of Central American immigrants
C Menjívar, L Abrego
American journal of sociology 117 (5), 000-000, 2012
7732012
“Awakening to a nightmare” abjectivity and illegality in the lives of undocumented 1.5-generation Latino immigrants in the United States
RG Gonzales, LR Chavez
Current anthropology 53 (3), 255-281, 2012
4712012
Latino immigrants’ perceptions of crime and police authorities in the United States: A case study from the Phoenix metropolitan area
C Menjívar, C Bejarano
Ethnic and racial studies 27 (1), 120-148, 2004
3682004
The integration of immigrants into American society
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, ...
National Academies Press, 2016
3462016
Central themes in the study of transnational parenthood
J Carling, C Menjívar, L Schmalzbauer
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (2), 191-217, 2012
3352012
The intersection of work and gender: Central American immigrant women and employment in California
C Menjívar
American Behavioral Scientist 42 (4), 601-627, 1999
3331999
Enduring violence
C Menjívar
Enduring Violence, 2011
2302011
Remittance Behavior among Salvadoran and Filipino Immigrants in Los Angeles
C Menjivar, J DaVanzo, L Greenwell, RB Valdez
International Migration Review 32 (1), 97-126, 1998
2281998
Living in two worlds? Guatemalan-origin children in the United States and emerging transnationalism
C Menjívar
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 28 (3), 531-552, 2002
2222002
Constructing immigrant'illegality': Critiques, experiences, and responses
C Menjívar, D Kanstroom
Cambridge University Press, 2013
1992013
Religion and immigration in comparative perspective: Catholic and Evangelical Salvadorans in San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Phoenix
C Menjívar
Sociology of religion 64 (1), 21-45, 2003
1932003
Men's Migration and Women's Lives: Views from Rural Armenia and Guatemala*
C Menjívar, V Agadjanian
Social Science Quarterly 88 (5), 1243-1262, 2007
1902007
7. Parents and Children across Borders
C Menjívar, L Abrego
Across generations, 160-189, 2009
1872009
The Ties that Heal: Guatemalan Immigrant Women's Networks and Medical Treatment1
C Menjívar
International Migration Review 36 (2), 437-466, 2002
1842002
Immigration law beyond borders: Externalizing and internalizing border controls in an era of securitization
C Menjívar
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 10, 353-369, 2014
1762014
Latino health paradoxes: empirical evidence, explanations, future research, and implications
D Acevedo-Garcia, LM Bates
Latinas/os in the United States: Changing the face of America, 101-113, 2008
1742008
Religious institutions and transnationalism: A case study of Catholic and Evangelical Salvadoran immigrants
C Menjívar
International journal of politics, culture, and society, 589-612, 1999
1741999
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