Richard Alba
Richard Alba
Distinguished Professor of Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
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Remaking the American mainstream: Assimilation and contemporary immigration
RD Alba
Harvard University Press, 2009
Rethinking Assimilation Theory for a New Era of Immigration
R Alba, V Nee
International migration review 31 (4), 826-874, 1997
Ethnic identity: The transformation of white America
RD Alba
Yale University Press, 1990
Bright vs. blurred boundaries: Second-generation assimilation and exclusion in France, Germany, and the United States
R Alba
Ethnic and racial studies 28 (1), 20-49, 2005
Immigrant enclaves and ethnic communities in New York and Los Angeles
JR Logan, W Zhang, RD Alba
American sociological review, 299-322, 2002
Minority proximity to whites in suburbs: An individual-level analysis of segregation
RD Alba, JR Logan
American journal of sociology 98 (6), 1388-1427, 1993
Immigrant religion in the US and Western Europe: Bridge or barrier to inclusion?
N Foner, R Alba
International migration review 42 (2), 360-392, 2008
A graph‐theoretic definition of a sociometric clique
RD Alba
Journal of Mathematical Sociology 3 (1), 113-126, 1973
Italian Americans: Into the twilight of ethnicity
RD Alba
Prentice Hall, 1985
Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction
RS Burt, MJ Minor
Sage Publications, Inc, 1983
Immigrant groups in the suburbs: A reexamination of suburbanization and spatial assimilation
RD Alba, JR Logan, BJ Stults, G Marzan, W Zhang
American sociological review, 446-460, 1999
Ethnische Ungleichheit im deutschen Bildungssystem
RD Alba, J Handl, W Müller
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 46 (2), 209-237, 1994
Only English by the third generation? Loss and preservation of the mother tongue among the grandchildren of contemporary immigrants
R Alba, J Logan, A Lutz, B Stults
Demography 39 (3), 467-484, 2002
Variations on two themes: Racial and ethnic patterns in the attainment of suburban residence
RD Alba, JR Logan
Demography 28 (3), 431-453, 1991
Strangers no more: Immigration and the challenges of integration in North America and Western Europe
R Alba, N Foner
Princeton University Press, 2015
Locational returns to human capital: Minority access to suburban community resources
JR Logan, RD Alba
Demography 30 (2), 243-268, 1993
The new second generation in the United States
R Farley, R Alba
International migration review 36 (3), 669-701, 2002
Assimilation and Stratification in the Homeownership Patterns of Racial and Ethnic Groups
RD Alba, JR Logan
International migration review 26 (4), 1314-1341, 1992
A distorted nation: Perceptions of racial/ethnic group sizes and attitudes toward immigrants and other minorities
R Alba, RG Rumbaut, K Marotz
Social forces 84 (2), 901-919, 2005
Patterns of ethnic marriage in the United States
RD Alba, RM Golden
Social forces 65 (1), 202-223, 1986
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