Sara Curran
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Engendering migrant networks: The case of Mexican migration
SR Curran, E Rivero-Fuentes
Demography 40 (2), 289-307, 2003
Migration and cultural change: a role for gender and social networks?
SR Curran, AC Saguy
Journal of International Women's Studies 2 (3), 54-77, 2001
Coastal systems
T Agardy, J Alder, P Dayton, S Curran, A Kitchingman, M Wilson, ...
Ecosystems and human well-being: current state and trends 1, 513-549, 2005
Mapping gender and migration in sociological scholarship: Is it segregation or integration?
SR Curran, S Shafer, KM Donato, F Garip
International migration review 40 (1), 199-223, 2006
Community and contraceptive choice in rural Thailand: a case study of Nang Rong
B Entwisle, RR Rindfuss, DK Guilkey, A Chamratrithirong, SR Curran, ...
Demography 33 (1), 1-11, 1996
Gendered migrant social capital: Evidence from Thailand
SR Curran, F Garip, CY Chung, K Tangchonlatip
Social forces 84 (1), 225-255, 2005
Migration, social capital, and the environment: Considering migrant selectivity and networks in relation to coastal ecosystems
S Curran
Population and Development Review 28, 89-125, 2002
A handbook for social science field research: essays & bibliographic sources on research design and methods
E Perecman, SR Curran
Sage Publications, 2006
Geographic information systems, spatial network analysis, and contraceptive choice
B Entwisle, RR Rindfuss, SJ Walsh, TP Evans, SR Curran
Demography 34 (2), 171-187, 1997
Completing the picture: the challenges of bringing “consumption” into the population–environment equation
SR Curran, A de Sherbinin
Population and Environment 26, 107-131, 2004
Interactions between coastal and marine ecosystems and human population systems: perspectives on how consumption mediates this interaction
S Curran, A Kumar, W Lutz, M Williams
Ambio 31 (4), 264-268, 2002
Do migrants degrade coastal environments? Migration, natural resource extraction and poverty in North Sulawesi, Indonesia
S Cassels, SR Curran, R Kramer
Human Ecology 33, 329-363, 2005
Nicaraguans: Voices lost, voices found
P Fernández-Kelly, S Curran
Ethnicities: Children of immigrants in America, 127-156, 2001
Weather-related hazards and population change: A study of hurricanes and tropical storms in the United States, 1980–2012
E Fussell, SR Curran, MD Dunbar, MA Babb, L Thompson, J Meijer-Irons
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 669 (1 …, 2017
Common property systems, migration, and coastal ecosystems
SR Curran, T Agardy
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 31 (4), 303-305, 2002
Does remarriage expand perceptions of kinship support among the elderly?
SR Curran, S McLanahan, J Knab
Social Science Research 32 (2), 171-190, 2003
New perspectives on immigrant contexts of reception: The cultural armature of cities
BN Jaworsky, P Levitt, W Cadge, J Hejtmanek, SR Curran
Nordic Journal of Migration Research 2 (1), 78, 2012
Agency, accountability, and embedded relations:" What's love got to do with it?"
SR Curran
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 577-584, 2002
Gender roles and migration: good sons vs daughters in rural Thailand.
SR Curran
Boys and girls? Changing educational opportunities in Thailand: The effects of siblings, migration and village location
S Curran, W Cadge, A Varangrat, C Chung
Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International …, 2001
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