The immigrant paradox in children and adolescents : is becoming American a developmental risk? / edited by Cynthia Garcia Coll and Amy Kerivan Marks
- Is There an "Immigrant Paradox"? -- Children in Immigrant Families: Demography, Policy and Evidence for the Immigrant Paradox / Donald J. Hernandez, Nancy A. Denton, Suzanne Macartney, Victoria L. Blanchard -- Historical Origins of the Immigrant Paradox for Mexican American Students: The Cultural Integration Hypothesis / Raymond Buriel -- Studying the Immigrant Paradox in the Mexican-Origin Population / Robert Crosnoe -- Behavior and Health Outcomes Across Generations -- Behavioral Outcomes in Early Childhood: Immigrant Paradox or Disadvantage? / Kristin Turney, Grace Kao -- Exploring the Immigrant Paradox in Adolescent Sexuality: An Ecological Perspective / Marcela Raffaelli, Hyeyoung Kang, Tristan Guarini -- Immigrant Generational Status and Delinquency in Adolescence: Segmented Assimilation and Racial-Ethnic Differences / Hoan N. Bui -- Family and Community Factors Affecting Academic Outcomes -- Bilingualism and Academic Achievement: Does Generation Status Make a Difference? / Wen-Jui Han -- An Immigrant Advantage in the Early School Trajectories of Latino Preschoolers from Low-Income Immigrant Families / Natalia Palacios -- Student Engagement, School Climate, and Academic Achievement of Immigrants' Children / Suet-ling Pong, Kristina L. Zeiser -- Immigrant Gateway Communities: Does Immigrant Student Achievement Vary by Location? / Dylan Conger, Meghan Salas Atwell -- In Spite of the Odds: Undocumented Immigrant Youth, School Networks, and College Success / Roberto G. Gonzales -- Immigrant Youth in Postsecondary Education / Lingxin Hao, Yingyi Ma -- Concluding Remarks -- The Intersection of Aspirations and Resources in the Development of Children from Immigrant Families / Andrew J. Fuligni.
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- Includes bibliographical references (page 307) and index.
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