Emily Skop
Emily Skop
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Race and Place in the Adaptation of Mariel Exiles
EH Skop
International Migration Review 35 (2), 449-471, 2001
Socio-spatial segregation in metropolitan Lima, Peru
PA Peters, EH Skop
Journal of Latin American Geography, 149-171, 2007
The methodological potential of focus groups in population geography
E Skop
Population, space and place 12 (2), 113-124, 2006
The magnetism of Miami: Segmented paths in Cuban migration
KE McHugh, IM Miyares, EH Skop
Geographical Review 87 (4), 504-519, 1997
Asians in America's suburbs: Patterns and consequences of settlement
E Skop, W Li
Geographical Review 95 (2), 167-188, 2005
Creating and inhabiting virtual places: Indian immigrants in cyberspace
E Skop, PC Adams
National Identities 11 (2), 127-147, 2009
The immigration and settlement of Asian Indians in Phoenix, Arizona, 1965-2011 : ethnic pride vs. racial discrimination in the suburbs
E Skop
Edwin Mellen Press, 2012
Immigrants, their children, and theories of assimilation: Family structure in the United States, 1880–1970
B Gratton, MP Gutmann, E Skop
The History of the Family 12 (3), 203-222, 2007
Creating field trip-based learning communities
E Skop
Journal of Geography 107 (6), 230-235, 2009
7. Enclaves, Ethnoburbs, and New Patterns of Settlement among Asian Immigrants
W Li, E Skop, W Yu
Contemporary Asian America (third edition), 193-214, 2016
From the ghetto to the invisiburb: Shifting patterns of immigrant settlement
E Skop, W Li
Multicultural geographies: The changing racial/ethnic patterns of the United …, 2010
Hispanic national groups in metropolitan Miami
TD Boswell
Cuban American National Council, 1995
Social networks and selectivity in Brazilian migration to Japan and the United States
S Zell, E Skop
Population, Space and Place 17 (5), 469-488, 2011
The gendering of Asian Indian transnationalism on the Internet
PC Adams, E Skop
Journal of cultural geography 25 (2), 115-136, 2008
La Frontera and Beyond: Geography and Demography in Mexican American History
E Skop, B Gratton, MP Guttman
The Professional Geographer 58 (1), 78-98, 2006
Phoenix: The Newest Latino Immigrant Gateway?
E Skop, C Menjívar
Yearbook of the association of Pacific Coast geographers 63 (1), 63-76, 2001
Immigration and urban and suburban settlements
RA Murdie, E Skop
Immigrant geographies of North American cities, 48-68, 2012
Chain migration and residential segregation of internal migrants in the metropolitan area of São Paulo, Brazil
E Skop, PA Peters, EF Amaral, JE Potter, W Fusco
Urban Geography 27 (5), 397-421, 2006
Introduction—urban space: The shape of inequality
E Skop
Urban Geography 27 (5), 393-396, 2006
Connecting refugees in a nontraditional resettlement destination: The role of social institutions
A Morken, E Skop
Papers in Applied Geography 3 (3-4), 322-338, 2017
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