Migration and Citizenship

Recent Scholarly Publications

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Documentation Status and Parental Concerns About Development in Young US Children of Mexican Origin

April 2009

OBJECTIVE: To examine parent concerns about development, learning, and behavior for young children of Mexican origin, and to identify whether these reports differ by families' citizenship...

The immigration and health paradox: Obesity in multiethnic young children

December 2008

The rising U.S. obesity prevalence has disproportionately affected minority children.

Predicting the Impact of a Partially Effective HIV Vaccine and Subsequent Risk Behavior Change on the Heterosexual HIV Epidemic in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A South African Example

December 2007

We developed a mathematical model to simulate the impact of various partially effective preventive HIV vaccination scenarios in a population at high risk for heterosexually transmitted HIV.

Anthropology of Bioethics

December 2004

The third edition has 120 new articles, among them Artificial nutrition and hydration, Bioterrorism, Cloning, Cybernetics, Dementia, Managed care, and Nanotechnology.

Floridian Exceptionalism

August 2003

Elderly Floridians use much more medical care and have much lower mortality rates than do their peers in other regions of the country.

U.S. Experience with Managed Care and Managed Competition, The

June 2000

To understand "managed care," one needs to understand the traditional model of health care organization and finance that managed care was intended to replace.

Health Issues of Immigrant Children of Color, The

December 1999

By the year 2050, the population of the United States is projected to be approximately half white and half non-white.