Dina G. Okamoto

Sociology Indiana University- Bloomington 
African American Studies, Black Studies, Sociology of Education
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Kim Ebert grad student NCSU
Melanie Gast grad student University of Louisville
Samuel Kye grad student Brown
Mai Thai grad student Occidental College
Jesse D. Rude grad student 2009 UC Davis
Sarah M. Ovink grad student 2011 Virginia Tech
Dawn L. Tu grad student 2012 De Anza College
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Gast MJ, Okamoto DG. (2016) Moral or civic ties? Deservingness and engagement among undocumented Latinas in non-profit organisations Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 1-18
Okamoto DG, Herda D, Hartzog C. (2013) Beyond good grades: School composition and immigrant youth participation in extracurricular activities. Social Science Research. 42: 155-68
Ebert K, Okamoto DG. (2013) Social citizenship, integration and collective action: Immigrant civic engagement in the United States Social Forces. 91: 1267-1292
Okamoto DG. (2007) Marrying out: A boundary approach to understanding the marital integration of Asian Americans Social Science Research. 36: 1391-1414
Okamoto DG. (2006) Institutional panethnicity: Boundary formation in Asian-American organizing Social Forces. 85: 1-25
Okamoto DG. (2003) Toward a theory of panethnicity: Explaining Asian American collective action American Sociological Review. 68: 811-842
Wilkes R, Okamoto DG. (2002) Ethnic competition and mobilization by minorities at risk Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. 8: 1-23
Okamoto DG, Rashotfe LS, Smith-Lovin L. (2002) Measuring interruption: Syntactic and contextual methods of coding conversation Social Psychology Quarterly. 65: 38-55
Hechter M, Okamoto D. (2001) Political consequences of minority group formation Annual Review of Political Science. 4: 189-215
Okamoto DG, Smith-Lovin L. (2001) Changing the subject: Gender, status, and the dynamics of topic change American Sociological Review. 66: 852-873
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