Miguel Ceballos

Sociology The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
General, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hispanic American Studies
"Miguel Ceballos"


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Alberto B. Palloni grad student 2003 UW Madison (Epi Tree)
 (Maternal and infant health of the Mexican -origin population in the United States: A study of acculturation and the epidemiological paradox.)
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Ceballos M. (2011) Simulating the Effects of Acculturation and Return Migration on the Maternal and Infant Health of Mexican Immigrants in the United States: A Research Note Demography. 48: 425-436
Ceballos M, Palloni A. (2010) Maternal and infant health of Mexican immigrants in the USA: The effects of acculturation, duration, and selective return migration Ethnicity and Health. 15: 377-396
González HM, Ceballos M, Tarraf W, et al. (2009) The health of older Mexican Americans in the long run. American Journal of Public Health. 99: 1879-85
Palloni A, Massey D, Ceballos M, et al. (2001) Social Capital and International Migration: A Test Using Information on Family Networks American Journal of Sociology. 106: 1262-1298
Palloni A, Massey DS, Ceballos M, et al. (2001) Social capital and international migration: A test using information on family networks American Journal of Sociology. 106: 1262-1298
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