Cecilia Menjivar
Cecilia Menjivar
Department of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles
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Fragmented ties: Salvadoran immigrant networks in America
C Menjívar
Univ of California Press, 2000
Liminal legality: Salvadoran and Guatemalan immigrants' lives in the United States
C Menjívar
American journal of sociology 111 (4), 999-1037, 2006
Legal violence: Immigration law and the lives of Central American immigrants
C Menjívar, L Abrego
American journal of sociology 117 (5), 000-000, 2012
Immigrant women and domestic violence: Common experiences in different countries
C Menjívar, O Salcido
Gender & society 16 (6), 898-920, 2002
Public sociologies: Contradictions, dilemmas, and possibilities
M Burawoy
Social forces 82 (4), 1603-1618, 2004
The integration of immigrants into American society
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, ...
National Academies Press, 2016
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
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
The intersection of work and gender: Central American immigrant women and employment in California
C Menjívar
American Behavioral Scientist 42 (4), 601-627, 1999
Enduring violence: Ladina women's lives in Guatemala
C Menjívar
Univ of California Press, 2011
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
Constructing immigrant'illegality': Critiques, experiences, and responses
C Menjívar, D Kanstroom
Cambridge University Press, 2013
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
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
Making immigrants into criminals: Legal processes of criminalization in the post-IIRIRA era
L Abrego, M Coleman, DE Martínez, C Menjívar, J Slack
Journal on Migration and Human Security 5 (3), 694-715, 2017
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
Undocumented and unaccompanied: Children of migration in the European Union and the United States
C Menjívar, KM Perreira
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45 (2), 197-217, 2019
Parents and children across borders
C Menjívar, D Abrego
Across generations: Immigrant families in America 160, 2009
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
The Ties that Heal: Guatemalan Immigrant Women's Networks and Medical Treatment1
C Menjívar
International Migration Review 36 (2), 437-466, 2002
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