Betina Cutaia Wilkinson
Betina Cutaia Wilkinson
Associate Professor, Wake Forest University
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Divided Loyalties? Understanding Variation in Latino Attitudes Toward Immigration*
SM Rouse, BC Wilkinson, JC Garand
Social Science Quarterly 91 (3), 856-882, 2010
Partners or Rivals?: Power and Latino, Black, and White Relations in the Twenty-First Century
BC Wilkinson
University of Virginia Press, 2015
Rebuilding or Intruding? Media Coverage and Public Opinion on L atino Immigration in Post‐K atrina L ouisiana
J Dunaway, RK Goidel, A Kirzinger, BC Wilkinson
Social Science Quarterly 92 (4), 917-937, 2011
Perceptions of commonality and Latino–Black, Latino–White relations in a multiethnic United States
BC Wilkinson
Political Research Quarterly 67 (4), 905-916, 2014
Taking a new perspective to Latino racial attitudes: Examining the impact of skin tone on Latino perceptions of commonality with Whites and Blacks
BC Wilkinson, E Earle
American Politics Research 41 (5), 783-818, 2013
The shadow bargainers
RF Wright, J Roberts, BC Wilkinson
CARDozo L. REv. 42, 1295, 2020
Skin tone and individuals’ perceptions of commonality and competition with other racial and ethnic groups
BC Wilkinson, JC Garand, J Dunaway
Race and Social Problems 7, 181-197, 2015
Getting pushed back further in line? Racial alienation and southern black attitudes toward immigration and immigrants
BC Wilkinson, N Bingham
PS: Political Science & Politics 49 (2), 221-227, 2016
The markings of linked fate among Asian Americans and Latinxs.
L Kiang, BC Wilkinson, LP Juang
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 28 (4), 523, 2022
Best Practices in Diversifying Political Science
MR Michelson, BC Wilkinson
PS: Political Science & Politics 56 (2), 295-298, 2023
An Introduction and Commentary
BC Wilkinson
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (2), 277-281, 2018
Southern Blacks who feel powerless and disadvantaged are less likely to support immigration
BC Wilkinson, N Bingham
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
How outsiders view insiders: Exploring Latinos’ perceptions of commonality and competition toward Whites and Blacks
BC Wilkinson
Politics of Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium (PRIEC), University …, 2009
Sports Elites, Counter-stereotypical Statements, and Immigration Attitudes
BC Wilkinson, MR Michelson, A Webster
Social Science Quarterly 102 (6), https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/, 2021
The shadow bargainers
J Roberts, RF Wright, BC Wilkinson
Cardozo Law Review 42 (4), 1295, 2021
The Criminal Justice System and Latinos in an Emerging Latino Area
BC Wilkinson
SMU Tower Center and Latino Center for Leadership and Development, 2018
Partners or Rivals?
BC Wilkinson
Power and Latino, Black, and White Relations in the Twenty-First Century …, 2015
North Carolina Latinos: An Emerging, Influential Electorate in the South
BC Wilkinson
Latinos and the 2012 Election: The New Face of the American Voter, 149-166, 2015
Putting a Band-Aid on a Bullet Wound? Black and Latinx Educational Experiences During a Pandemic
D Parker Moore, BC Wilkinson, O Field, A Ramirez
The Color of Covid-19: The Racial Inequality of Marginalized Communities …, 2022
Revisiting contact theory: The effect of contact on Latinos’, Whites’ and African Americans’ perceptions of commonalty and competition
BC Wilkinson
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC …, 2010
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