Josipa Roksa, Ph.D.

2006 New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Social Structure and Development, Community College Education, Sociology of Education
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Richard Arum grad student 2006 NYU
 (*States, schools and students: Contextualizing community college outcomes.)
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Feldon DF, Maher MA, Roksa J, et al. (2016) Cumulative Advantage in the Skill Development of STEM Graduate Students: A Mixed-Methods Study American Educational Research Journal. 53: 132-161
Tyson W, Roksa J. (2016) How schools structure opportunity: The role of curriculum and placement in math attainment Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 44: 124-135
Weiss F, Roksa J. (2016) New dimensions of educational inequality: Changing patterns of combining college and work in the U.S. over time Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 44: 44-53
Roksa J, Trolian TL, Pascarella ET, et al. (2016) Racial Inequality in Critical Thinking Skills: The Role of Academic and Diversity Experiences Research in Higher Education. 1-22
Robinson KJ, Roksa J. (2016) Counselors, Information, and High School College-Going Culture: Inequalities in the College Application Process Research in Higher Education. 1-24
Roksa J. (2016) Structuring opportunity after entry: Who has access to high quality instruction during college? Teachers College Record. 118: 1-28
Roksa J, Kim J, Arum R. (2015) Measuring Learning in a Globalization Era International Higher Education
Roksa J, Arum R. (2015) Inequality in skill development on college campuses Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 39: 18-31
Potter D, Roksa J. (2013) Accumulating advantages over time: Family experiences and social class inequality in academic achievement. Social Science Research. 42: 1018-32
Domina T, Roksa J. (2012) Should Mom go back to school? Post-natal educational attainment and parenting practices. Social Science Research. 41: 695-708
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