Publications

Selected Publications

Journal Articles:

Terriquez, Veronica and May Lin. 2019. “Yesterday they Marched, Today they Mobilized the Vote: A Developmental Model for Civic Leadership Among the Children of Immigrants.”  Online.  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Terriquez, Veronica, Tizoc Brenes, and Abdiel Lopez. 2018“Intersectionality as a multipurpose collective action frame: the case of the undocumented youth movement.” Ethnicities 18(2): 260-276.

Pastor, Manuel, Veronica Terriquez, and *May Lin. 2018. “How Community Organizing Promotes Health Equity and How Health Equity Impacts Organizing.”  Health Affairs 37(3): 358-363.

Terriquez, Veronica. 2017.“Legal Status, Civic Associations, and Political Participation among Latino Young Adults.” Sociological Quarterly 58(2): 315-336.

Terriquez, Veronica and Tiffany Joseph. 2016. “Ethno-racial Inequality an Insurance Coverage Among Latino Young Adults.” Social Science & Medicine, 168: 150-158.

Bloemraad, Irene and Veronica Terriquez. 2016. “The Organizational Foundations of Advancing Health in Immigrant and Low-Income Communities of Color.Social Science and Medicine.

Terriquez, Veronica.  2015. “Dreams Delayed: Barriers to Degree Completion among Undocumented Latino Community College Students.”  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41 (8): 1302-1323.

Terriquez, Veronica and Oded Gurantz.  2015. “Financial Challenges in Emerging Adulthood and Students’ Decisions to Stop Out of College.”  Emerging Adulthood 3(3): 204-214.

2015. “Intersectional Mobilization, Social Movement Spillover, and Queer Youth Leadership in the Immigrant Rights Movement.”  Social Problems.

2015. “Training Young Activists: Grassroots Organizing and Youths’ Civic and Political Trajectories.” Sociological Perspectives.

2014. “Intergenerational Family Relations, Civic Organizations, and the Political Socialization of Second Generation Immigrant Youth.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Co-authored with H. Kwon (student).

2014. “Trapped in the Working Class?: Prospects for the Intergenerational (Im) mobility of Latino Youth.” Sociological Inquiry.

Gonzales, Roberto, Veronica Terriquez, Stephen Ruszczyk. 2014. “Becoming DACAmented: Assessing Short-term Benefits of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).”  American Behavioral Scientist.  58(14): 1852-1872.

Terriquez, Veronica.  2013. “Latino Fathers’ Involvement in their Children’s Schools.”  Family Relations. 64 (October): 662-675.

Terriquez, Veronica and Vanessa Carter. 2013. “Celebrating the legacy, embracing the future: How research can help build ties between historically African American Churches and their Latino immigrant neighbours.” Community Development. 44 (February): 68-82.

Terriquez, Veronica.  2012. “Civic Inequalities? Immigrant Incorporation and Latina Mothers’ Participation in their Children’s Schools.  Sociological Perspectives. 55 (December):663-682.

2011.  “Schools for Democracy: Labor Union Participation and the School-Based Civic Engagement of Latino Immigrant Parents.”  American Sociological Review.

 

Link to Published Research Reports