Daniel E. Martínez
Daniel E. Martínez
Associate Professor of Sociology & Binational Migration Institute Co-Director, University of Arizona
Verified email at email.arizona.edu - Homepage
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The criminalization of immigration in the United States
WA Ewing, D Martinez, RG Rumbaut
Washington, DC: American Immigration Council Special Report, 2015
Bicultural Stress and Adolescent Risk Behaviors in a Community Sample of Latinos and Non-Latino European Americans
A Romero, D Martinez, S Carvajal
Ethnicity & Health 12 (5), 443-463, 2007
The “Funnel Effect” and Recovered Bodies of Unauthorized Migrants Processed by the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner, 1990-2005 (Report Submitted to the Pima County …
R Rubio-Goldsmith, M McCormick, D Martinez, IM Duarte
Tucson, AZ: Binational Migration Institute, Mexican American Studies and …, 2006
The geography of border militarization: Violence, death and health in Mexico and the United States
J Slack, DE Martínez, AE Lee, S Whiteford
Journal of Latin American Geography, 7-32, 2016
Making immigrants into criminals: Legal processes of criminalization in the post-IIRIRA era
L Abrego, M Coleman, DE Martínez, C Menjívar, J Slack
Journal on Migration and Human Security 5 (3), 694-715, 2017
Structural Violence and Migrant Deaths in Southern Arizona: Data from the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner, 1990–2013
DE Martínez, RC Reineke, R Rubio-Goldsmith, BO Parks
Journal on Migration and Human Security 2 (4), 257-286, 2014
In harm's way: Family separation, immigration enforcement programs and security on the US-Mexico border
J Slack, DE Martínez, S Whiteford, E Peiffer
Journal on Migration and Human Security 3 (2), 109-128, 2015
In the shadow of the wall: Family separation, immigration enforcement and security
J Slack, D Martinez, S Whiteford, E Peiffer
The Center for Latin American Studies, University of Arizona, 2013
A continued humanitarian crisis at the border: Undocumented border crosser deaths recorded by the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner, 1990-2012
D Martinez, R Reineke, R Rubio-Goldsmith, B Anderson, G Hess, B Parks
Available at SSRN 2633209, 2013
What part of “illegal” don’t you understand? The social consequences of criminalizing unauthorized Mexican migrants in the United States
D Martinez, J Slack
Social & Legal Studies 22 (4), 535-551, 2013
Framing human trafficking: A content analysis of recent US newspaper articles
R Sanford, DE Martínez, R Weitzer
Journal of Human trafficking 2 (2), 139-155, 2016
A humanitarian crisis at the border: New estimates of deaths among unauthorized immigrants
D Martinez
Immigration Policy Center, 2007
Sanctuary Policies and City-Level Incidents of Violence, 1990 to 2010
RD Martínez-Schuldt, DE Martínez
Justice Quarterly 36 (4), 567-593, 2019
Migrant Deaths in the Americas (United States and Mexico)
R Reineke, DE Martínez
Fatal Journeys 45, 45-83, 2014
Repeat migration in the age of the unauthorized permanent resident: A quantitative assessment of migration intentions postdeportation
DE Martinez, J Slack, RD Martinez-Schuldt
International Migration Review 52 (4), 1186-1217, 2018
Bordering on Criminal: The Routine Abuse of Migrants in the Removal System (Part 1: Migrant Mistreatment While in US Custody)
D Martinez, J Slack, J Heyman
Washington, DC: American Immigration Council Special Report, 2013
Providing Sanctuary or Fostering Crime? A Review of the Research on “Sanctuary Cities” and Crime
DE Martínez, RD Martínez‐Schuldt, G Cantor
Sociology Compass 12 (1), 1-13, 2018
Enforcement overdrive: A comprehensive assessment of ICE's Criminal Alien Program
G Cantor, ML Noferi, D Martinez
Available at SSRN 2685372, 2015
Coyote use in an era of heightened border enforcement: New evidence from the Arizona-Sonora border
DE Martínez
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (1), 103-119, 2016
Recent police killings in the United States: A three-city comparison
AS Lee, R Weitzer, DE Martinez
Police quarterly 21 (2), 196-222, 2018
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