Maria G. Rendon
Maria G. Rendon
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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
1052007
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
572008
Drop out and “disconnected” young adults: Examining the impact of neighborhood and school contexts
MG Rendón
The Urban Review 46 (2), 169-196, 2014
512014
“Caught up”: How urban violence and peer ties contribute to high school noncompletion
MG Rendón
Social Problems 61 (1), 61-82, 2014
362014
Do better neighborhoods for MTO families mean better schools?
K Ferryman
The Urban Institute, 2008
282008
The urban question and identity formation: The case of second-generation Mexican males in Los Angeles
MG Rendon
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
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
52018
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
Stagnant Dreamers: How the Inner City Shapes the Integration of Second Generation Latinos
MG Rendon
https://www.russellsage.org/publications/stagnant-dreamers, 2019
2*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
22019
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
Los Olvidados/The Forgotten: Reconceptualizing Colonias as Viable Communities
MGRDA Nevarez-Martinez, Deyanira
Progress in Planning, 2019
12019
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
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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