Yok-Fong Paat, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2012 Department of Sociology University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
Area:
Individual and Family Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Martin Piotrowski grad student 2012 University of Oklahoma
 (Immigrant children's adaptation and assimilation in the context of family.)
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Paat YF. (2016) Strain, Psychological Conflicts, Aspirations-Attainment Gap, and Depressive Tendencies among Youth of Mexican Immigrants. Social Work in Public Health. 31: 19-29
Paat YF. (2016) Life course, altruism, rational choice, and aspirations in social work education Research Papers in Education. 31: 234-253
Paat YF. (2015) Parental depressive tendencies, gender, and immigrant status in fragile families International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. 8: 396-413
Paat YF. (2015) Children of Mexican Immigrants’ Aspiration-Attainment Gap and Educational Resilience Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education. 9: 37-53
Paat YF, Hope TL. (2015) The Effects of Marital Culture and Social Structure on Marital Aspirations and Attitudes in “Fragile Families” Journal of Family Social Work. 18: 143-163
Paat YF. (2015) The roles of life course resources on social work minority students’ educational aspirations International Journal of Lifelong Education. 34: 121-138
Paat YF, Hope TL. (2015) Relationship Dynamics, Gender, and Criminal Offending in Fragile Families Journal of Family Violence. 30: 227-241
Paat YF. (2014) Risk and Resilience of Immigrant Women in Intimate Partner Violence Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 24: 725-740
Paat YF, Wu W, Hope TL. (2014) Child Health and Family Emotional Climate in Early Childhood Journal of Family Social Work. 17: 401-417
Paat YF. (2014) Family and Community Determinants of Educational Attainment in Mexico Child and Youth Services. 35: 61-87
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