Elizabeth Fussell
Elizabeth Fussell
Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University
Verified email at brown.edu - Homepage
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The limits to cumulative causation: International migration from Mexican urban areas
E Fussell, DS Massey
Demography 41 (1), 151-171, 2004
Race, socioeconomic status, and return migration to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina
E Fussell, N Sastry, M VanLandingham
Population and environment 31 (1-3), 20-42, 2010
The transition to adulthood during the twentieth century: race, nativity, and gender.
E Fussell, FF Furstenberg Jr
University of Chicago Press, 2005
Making labor flexible: The recomposition of Tijuana's maquiladora female labor force
E Fussell
Feminist Economics 6 (3), 59-79, 2000
Explaining Pro-Immigrant Sentiment in the U.S.: Social Class, Cosmopolitanism, and Perceptions of Immigrants
J Haubert, E Fussell
International migration review 40 (3), 489-507, 2006
Persistent marriage regimes in changing times
E Fussell, A Palloni
Journal of Marriage and Family 66 (5), 1201-1213, 2004
The impact of Hurricane Katrina on the mental and physical health of low-income parents in New Orleans.
J Rhodes, C Chan, C Paxson, CE Rouse, M Waters, E Fussell
American journal of orthopsychiatry 80 (2), 237, 2010
Sources of Mexico's migration stream: Rural, urban, and border migrants to the United States
E Fussell
Social Forces 82 (3), 937-967, 2004
Woman abuse: Sociological perspectives
W DeKeseredy
Thompson Educational, 1991
Warmth of the welcome: Attitudes toward immigrants and immigration policy in the United States
E Fussell
Annual review of sociology 40, 479-498, 2014
The deportation threat dynamic and victimization of Latino migrants: Wage theft and robbery
E Fussell
The Sociological Quarterly 52 (4), 593-615, 2011
Constructing New Orleans, constructing race: A population history of New Orleans
E Fussell
The Journal of American History 94 (3), 846-855, 2007
Five years later: Recovery from post traumatic stress and psychological distress among low-income mothers affected by Hurricane Katrina
C Paxson, E Fussell, J Rhodes, M Waters
Social science & medicine 74 (2), 150-157, 2012
The long-term recovery of New Orleans’ population after Hurricane Katrina
E Fussell
American Behavioral Scientist 59 (10), 1231-1245, 2015
Measuring the environmental dimensions of human migration: The demographer's toolkit
E Fussell, LM Hunter, CL Gray
Global Environmental Change 28, 182-191, 2014
Heterogeneity in the transition to adulthood: The cases of Australia, Canada, and the United States
E Fussell, AH Gauthier, A Evans
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de démographie 23 (3-4), 389-414, 2007
The impact of housing displacement on the mental health of low-income parents after Hurricane Katrina
E Fussell, SR Lowe
Social Science & Medicine 113, 137-144, 2014
Leaving New Orleans: Social stratification, networks, and hurricane evacuation
E Fussell
Understanding Katrina: Perspectives from the Social Sciences. SSRC 11, 2006
Recovery migration to the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: a migration systems approach
E Fussell, KJ Curtis, J DeWaard
Population and environment 35 (3), 305-322, 2014
Space, time, and volition: Dimensions of migration theory
E Fussell
Oxford Handbook of the Politics of International Migration, 2012
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