Sergio Chavez
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Border lives: Fronterizos, transnational migrants, and commuters in Tijuana
S Chávez
Oxford University Press, 2016
Community, ethnicity, and class in a changing rural California town
S Chavez
Rural Sociology 70 (3), 314-335, 2005
Binational social networks and assimilation: A test of the importance of transnationalism
T Mouw, S Chavez, H Edelblute, A Verdery
Social problems 61 (3), 329-359, 2014
Navigating the US-Mexico border: the crossing strategies of undocumented workers in Tijuana, Mexico
S Chávez
Irregular Migrants, 50-67, 2013
Communication flows and the durability of a transnational social field
AM Verdery, T Mouw, H Edelblute, S Chavez
Social Networks 53, 57-71, 2018
Shopping and working in the borderlands: enforcement, surveillance and marketing in Tijuana, Mexico
M Muriŕ, S Chávez
Surveillance & Society 8 (3), 355-373, 2011
Implications of social and legal status on immigrants' health in disaster zones
E Fussell, L Delp, K Riley, S Chávez, A Valenzuela Jr
American journal of public health 108 (12), 1617-1620, 2018
The Sonoran Desert’s domestic Bracero programme: Institutional actors and the creation of labour migration streams
S Chávez
International Migration 50 (2), 20-40, 2012
Occupational linguistic niches and the wage growth of Latino immigrants
T Mouw, S Chavez
Social Forces 91 (2), 423-452, 2012
Gambling with life: Masculinity, risk, and danger in the lives of unauthorized migrant roofers
S Chávez, CE Altman
American journal of industrial medicine 60 (6), 537-547, 2017
Identifying and measuring the lifelong human capital of “Unskilled” migrants in the Mexico-US migratory circuit
J Hagan, JL Demonsant, S Chávez
Journal on migration and Human Security 2 (2), 76-100, 2014
Exposure to violence, coping strategies, and diagnosed mental health problems among adults in a migrant-sending community in Central Mexico
CE Altman, BK Gorman, S Chávez
Population Research and Policy Review 37, 229-260, 2018
Fractured families, connected community: Emotional engagement in a transnational social network
AM Silver, H Edelblute, T Mouw, S Chávez
International Migration 56 (6), 153-168, 2018
The mental well-being of Central American transmigrant men in Mexico
CE Altman, BK Gorman, S Chávez, F Ramos, I Fernández
Global Public Health 13 (4), 383-399, 2018
Community perceptions of industrial risks before and after a toxic flood: the case of Houston and Hurricane Harvey
KA Thomas, JR Elliott, S Chavez
Sociological Spectrum 38 (6), 371-386, 2018
Life on the edge: Balancing gendered and occupational identities among unauthorized Mexican migrant roofers
S Chávez, HB Edelblute, E Korver-Glenn
Qualitative Sociology 39, 125-146, 2016
Occupational Enclaves and the Wage Growth of Latino Immigrants
S Chavez, T Mouw, J Hagan
under review, 2009
Gender, migration and perceptions of HIV risk in Mexico
TM Woods, CE Altman, S Chávez, BK Gorman
Culture, Health & Sexuality 20 (12), 1333-1346, 2018
The Making of a Border Labor Migration System: Government Policies, Labor Markets, and Social Networks in Tijuana
S Chávez
Cornell University, 2007
Emotion work and gender inequality in transnational family life
S Chavez, R Paige, H Edelblute
Journal of Family Issues 44 (3), 703-724, 2023
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