Maria G. Rendon
Maria G. Rendon
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TitleCited byYear
Barrios and burbs: residential context and health-risk behaviors among Angeleno adolescents
R Frank, M Cerda, M Rendon
Journal of health and social behavior 48 (3), 283-300, 2007
962007
Why did the moving to opportunity experiment not get young people into better schools?
X de Souza Briggs, KS Ferryman, SJ Popkin, M Rendon
Housing Policy Debate 19 (1), 53-91, 2008
542008
Drop out and “disconnected” young adults: Examining the impact of neighborhood and school contexts
MG Rendón
The Urban Review 46 (2), 169-196, 2014
442014
“Caught up”: How urban violence and peer ties contribute to high school noncompletion
MG Rendón
Social Problems 61 (1), 61-82, 2014
312014
Do better neighborhoods for MTO families mean better schools?
K Ferryman
The Urban Institute, 2008
262008
The urban question and identity formation: The case of second-generation Mexican males in Los Angeles
MG Rendón
Ethnicities 15 (2), 165-189, 2015
92015
Why didn’t the moving to opportunity experiment get children to better schools
XS Briggs, K Ferryman, SJ Popkin, M Rendon
Housing Policy Debate 19 (1), 53-91, 2008
82008
Second generation optimism and the reproduction of a working class: The relevance of the urban context in the school and work trajectories of Mexican-origin young adult males
MG Rendon
Harvard University, 2009
42009
Children of Latino immigrants framing race: making sense of criminalisation in a colour-blind era
MG Rendon, A Aldana, L Hom
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2018
22018
Do Better Neighborhoods for MTO Families Mean Better Schools? Brief No. 3.
KS Ferryman, XS Briggs, SJ Popkin, M Rendón
Urban Institute (NJ1), 2008
22008
Stagnant Dreamers: How the Inner City Shapes the Integration of Second Generation Latinos
MG Rendon
https://www.russellsage.org/publications/stagnant-dreamers, 2019
2019
Los Olvidados/The Forgotten: Reconceptualizing Colonias as Viable Communities
MGRDA Nevarez-Martinez, Deyanira
Progress in Planning, 2019
2019
““There’s Nothing Holding Us Back:” The Enduring and Shifting Cultural Outlooks of Inner City Second Generation Latinos”
MG Rendon
City and Community, 2019
2019
Dynamics of Urban Neighborhood Reciprocity: Latino Peer Ties, Violence, and the Navigation of School Failure and Success
MG Rendón
Inequality, Power and School Success, 91-116, 2015
2015
Dynamics of Urban Neighborhood Reciprocity
MG Rendón
Inequality, Power and School Success: Case Studies on Racial Disparity and …, 2015
2015
Mexican Americans across Generations: Immigrant Families, Racial Realities
MG Rendón
American Journal of Sociology 118 (5), 1450-1452, 2013
2013
Can Expanded Housing and Neighborhood Choice Improve School Outcomes for Low-Income Children?: Evidence from the Moving to Opportunity Experiment
X de Souza Briggs, KS Ferryman, SJ Popkin, M Rendón
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