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Ruben Hernandez-Leon
Ruben Hernandez-Leon
Professor of Sociology, UCLA
Verified email at soc.ucla.edu
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New destinations: Mexican immigration in the United States
V Zúñiga, R Hernández-León
Russell Sage Foundation, 2005
8812005
Death at the Border
K Eschbach, J Hagan, N Rodriguez, R Hernandez-Leon, S Bailey
International Migration Review 33 (2), 430-454, 1999
4591999
Metropolitan migrants: the migration of urban Mexicans to the United States
R Hernández-León
Univ of California Press, 2008
3582008
" Making carpet by the mile": The emergence of a Mexican immigrant community in an industrial region of the US historic South
R Hernández-León, V Zúñiga
Social science quarterly, 49-66, 2000
2892000
1 Conceptualizing the migration industry
R Hernández-León
The migration industry and the commercialization of international migration …, 2013
2172013
Skills of the Unskilled
J Hagan, R Hernandez-Leon, JL Demonsant
173*2015
The migration industry in the Mexico-US migratory system
R Hernandez-Leon
1362005
Mexican immigrant communities in the South and social capital: The case of Dalton, Georgia
R Hernández-León, V Zúñiga
Journal of Rural Social Sciences 19 (1), 2, 2003
1312003
Appalachia meets Aztlan: Mexican immigration and intergroup relations in Dalton, Georgia
R Hernández-León, V Zúñiga
New destinations: Mexican immigration in the United States 10, 244-273, 2005
1062005
A new destination for an old migration: Origins, trajectories, and labor market incorporation of Latinos in Dalton, Georgia
V Zuniga, R Hernández-León
Latino workers in the contemporary south, 126-135, 2001
572001
¡ A la aventura! Jóvenes, pandillas y migración en la conexión Monterrey-Houston
R Hernández León
Fronteras fragmentadas, 115-43, 1999
571999
La industria de la migración en el sistema migratorio México-Estados Unidos
R Hernández León
Trace. Travaux et recherches dans les Amériques du Centre, 41-61, 2012
552012
Introduction to the Special Issue: Contemporary Return Migration from the United States to Mexico-Focus on Children, Youth, Schools and Families
RVZ Hernandez-Leon
Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 32 (2), 171-198, 2016
502016
Moving to the ‘Homeland’ Children’s Narratives of Migration from the United States to Mexico
BR González, EC Cantú, R Hernández-León
Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 32 (2), 252-275, 2016
432016
Social capital and emigration from rural and urban communities
N Flores, R Hernández-León, DS Massey
Social capital and emigration from rural and urban communities, 184-200, 2004
422004
Restructuring at the source: high-skilled industrial migration from Mexico to the United States
R Hernández-León
Work and Occupations 31 (4), 424-452, 2004
412004
The Dalton story: Mexican immigration and social transformation in the carpet capital of the world
V Zúñiga, R Hernández-León
Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the US South, 34-50, 2009
342009
The new paths of Mexican immigrants in the United States: challenges for education and the role of Mexican universities
V Zúñiga, R Hernández-León, J Shadduck, MO Villarreal
Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy and Politics of Identity …, 2002
342002
Gender, bilingualism, and the early occupational careers of second-generation Mexicans in the south
R Hernández-León, SM Lakhani
Social Forces 92 (1), 59-80, 2013
332013
An imperfect realignment: the movement of children of immigrants and their families from the United States to Mexico
R Hernández-León, V Zúñiga, SM Lakhani
Ethnic and Racial Studies 43 (1), 80-98, 2020
292020
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