Emily Greenman
Emily Greenman
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Demography, Penn State University
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Is assimilation theory dead? The effect of assimilation on adolescent well-being
E Greenman, Y Xie
Social science research 37 (1), 109-137, 2008
Legal status and wage disparities for Mexican immigrants
M Hall, E Greenman, G Farkas
Social Forces 89 (2), 491-513, 2010
Double Jeopardy? The interaction of gender and race on earnings in the United States
E Greenman, Y Xie
Social Forces 86 (3), 1217-1244, 2008
The social context of assimilation: Testing implications of segmented assimilation theory
Y Xie, E Greenman
Social Science Research, 2011
Legal status and educational transitions for Mexican and Central American immigrant youth
E Greenman, M Hall
Social forces 91 (4), 1475-1498, 2013
Neighborhood characteristics, parental practices and children’s math achievement in elementary school
E Greenman, K Bodovski, K Reed
Social science research 40 (5), 1434-1444, 2011
The occupational cost of being illegal in the United States: Legal status, job hazards, and compensating differentials
M Hall, E Greenman
International Migration Review 49 (2), 406-442, 2015
Housing and neighborhood quality among undocumented Mexican and Central American immigrants
M Hall, E Greenman
Social science research 42 (6), 1712-1725, 2013
Educational attitudes, school peer context, and the “immigrant paradox” in education
E Greenman
Social Science Research 42 (3), 698-714, 2013
Did send-down experience benefit youth? A reevaluation of the social consequences of forced urban-rural migration during China's Cultural Revolution
Y Xie, Y Jiang, E Greenman
Social science research 37 (2), 686-700, 2008
Workers without health insurance: Who are they and how can policy reach them?
B Garrett, L Nichols
Urban Institute, 2016
Asian American–white differences in the effect of motherhood on career outcomes
E Greenman
Work and Occupations 38 (1), 37-67, 2011
Assimilation Choices Among Immigrant Families: Does School Context Matter?
E Greenman
International Migration Review 45 (1), 29-67, 2011
Job mobility among unauthorized immigrant workers
M Hall, E Greenman, Y Yi
Social Forces 97 (3), 999-1028, 2019
Health insurance expansions for working families: a comparison of targeting strategies
DH Ferry, B Garrett, S Glied, EK Greenman, LM Nichols
Health Affairs 21 (4), 246-254, 2002
Testing segmented assimilation theory: Evidence from the ADD health study
Y Xie, E Greenman
annual meetings of the American Population Association, Philadelphia, PA, 2005
Double Jeopardy or Compensating Disadvantage? The Interaction Effect of Gender and Race on Earnings in the US
E Greenman, Y Xie
Population Association of America, 2005
Research Reports
Y Xie, E Greenman
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, 2005
The Relative Wage of Asian Americans: Why Does Gender Make a Difference
E Greenman
meeting of the International Sociological Association Research Committee 28, 2004
Intersecting Inequalities: Four Essays on Race, Immigration, and Gender in the Contemporary United States.
EK Greenman
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