Tomás R. Jiménez
Tomás R. Jiménez
Professor of Sociology, Stanford University
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Assessing immigrant assimilation: New empirical and theoretical challenges
MC Waters, TR Jiménez
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 31, 105-125, 2005
11412005
Replenished ethnicity
T Jiménez
Replenished Ethnicity, 2009
5102009
Mexican immigrant replenishment and the continuing significance of ethnicity and race
TR Jiménez
American journal of sociology 113 (6), 1527-1567, 2008
2762008
How Well Are They Integrating into Society?
TR Jiménez
Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute, 2011
2132011
When white is just alright: How immigrants redefine achievement and reconfigure the ethnoracial hierarchy
TR Jiménez, AL Horowitz
American Sociological Review 78 (5), 849-871, 2013
2102013
Mexican Americans as a paradigm for contemporary intra-group heterogeneity
R Alba, TR Jiménez, HB Marrow
Ethnic and Racial Studies 37 (3), 446-466, 2014
1292014
Negotiating ethnic boundaries: Multiethnic Mexican Americans and ethnic identity in the United States
TSR Jim… nez
Ethnicities 4 (1), 75-97, 2004
1292004
Protecting unauthorized immigrant mothers improves their children’s mental health
J Hainmueller, D Lawrence, L Martén, B Black, L Figueroa, M Hotard, ...
Science 357 (6355), 1041-1044, 2017
1212017
Affiliative ethnic identity: A more elastic link between ethnic ancestry and culture
TR Jiménez
Ethnic and Racial Studies 33 (10), 1756-1775, 2010
1212010
The other side of assimilation
T Jiménez
The Other Side of Assimilation, 2017
972017
Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Mexican Immigration: The Mexican‐American Perspective*
TR Jiménez
Social Science Quarterly 88 (3), 599-618, 2007
672007
MEXICAN ASSIMILATION: A Temporal and Spatial Reorientation1
TR Jiménez, D Fitzgerald
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 4 (2), 337-354, 2007
612007
Contexts for bilingualism among US-born Latinos
A Linton, TR Jimenez
Ethnic and Racial Studies 32 (6), 967-995, 2009
472009
How ethnoraciality matters: Looking inside ethnoracial “groups”
TR Jiménez, CD Fields, A Schachter
Social Currents 2 (2), 107-115, 2015
302015
Not just a national issue: Effect of state-level reception of immigrants and population changes on intergroup attitudes of Whites, Latinos, and Asians in the United States
YJ Huo, JF Dovidio, TR Jiménez, DJ Schildkraut
Journal of Social Issues 74 (4), 716-736, 2018
242018
Intergenerational mobility of the Mexican-origin population in California and Texas relative to a changing regional mainstream
J Park, D Myers, TR Jiménez
International Migration Review 48 (2), 442-481, 2014
232014
The new third generation: Post‐1965 immigration and the next chapter in the long story of assimilation
TR Jiménez, J Park, J Pedroza
International Migration Review 52 (4), 1040-1079, 2018
202018
From newcomers to Americans: An integration policy for a nation of immigrants
TR Jiménez
202017
Replenished identity: Mexican Americans, Mexican immigrants and ethnic identity
TR Jimenez
Harvard University, 2005
192005
A tale of two states: How state immigration climate affects belonging to state and country among Latinos
DJ Schildkraut, TR Jiménez, JF Dovidio, YJ Huo
Social Problems 66 (3), 332-355, 2019
172019
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