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2013 research review relating to various aspects of life and culture for people of Mexican origin residing in the United States. Data, relevant studies.
2012 study from Columbia and Simon Fraser adding to the growing evidence that immigration and criminality are not linked at the general level, despite political claims to the contrary.
2013 study in Public Opinion Quarterly showing trends in public sentiment over time with regard to immigration.
2013 report from Brown University providing detailed analysis of subgroups with the U.S. Latino population, including differences in rates of population growth, levels of segregation and education levels.
2013 study from George Washington University noting that stereotypes against Muslims and Muslim-Americans persist and examining the nature of these general attitudes.
2012 selection of recent scholarship on immigration- and immigrant-related issues such as their effect on the job market, language attitudes and parenthood.
2011 study in Child Development on perceived discrimination among young Latinos and its outcomes in educational settings.
2012 study from the University of California, Davis, and El Colegio de Mexico on farm labor supply in the U.S. and Mexican migration patterns.
2010 study from Baylor University and Texas Wesleyan School of Law on the economic consequences involved in enforcing immigration laws.
2012 report from the Department of Justice on the rate and nature of federal immigration violations.
2011 study in the Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice on higher levels of hate crimes in places of increased immigration.
2012 study in Journal of Public Administration Research about variation in local enforcement of immigration laws.
2010 study from Cornell and Mississippi State on how Latinos are more segregated in new destination places, particularly in the suburbs and rural areas.
2012 report by the Congressional Research Service summarizing the proposed immigration reforms on permanent residency status for unauthorized alien students in the United States.
Roundup of recent studies on aspects of urban poverty and its impact on health, work and well-being.
2012 study from Harvard, Brown, Univ of Missouri on various factors that influence voting behavior in minority communities.
2012 study in Social Science Quarterly on the levels of desire of Mexican immigrants in Texas to learn English.
2011 study in Economic Inquiry examine the effect of U.S. immigration policy on the flow of unauthorized immigrants from Mexico and subsequent economic and labor impacts.
2012 paper from Northwestern University on the value of social networks for refugee job seekers in the United States.