Nancy S. Landale

Affiliations: 
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Area:
Demography, Individual and Family Studies, Sociology of Education
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Oropesa RS, Landale NS, Hillemeier MM. (2017) How does legal status matter for oral health care among Mexican-origin children in California? Ssm - Population Health. 3: 730-739
Landale NS, Oropesa RS, Noah AJ. (2017) Experiencing discrimination in Los Angeles: Latinos at the intersection of legal status and socioeconomic status. Social Science Research. 67: 34-48
Oropesa RS, Landale NS, Hillemeier MM. (2017) SEARCHING FOR THE FAMILY LEGAL STATUS OF MEXICAN-ORIGIN CHILDREN: A PRIMER ON DIFFERENT MEASUREMENT STRATEGIES. Journal of Family Issues. 38: 700-727
Oropesa RS, Landale NS, Hillemeier MM. (2016) Legal Status and Health Care: Mexican-Origin Children in California, 2001-2014. Population Research and Policy Review. 35: 651-684
Landale NS, Oropesa RS, Noah AJ, et al. (2016) Early cognitive skills of Mexican-origin children: The roles of parental nativity and legal status. Social Science Research. 58: 198-209
Oropesa RS, Landale NS, Hillemeier MM. (2015) Family legal status and health: Measurement dilemmas in studies of Mexican-origin children. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 138: 57-67
Landale NS, Hardie JH, Oropesa RS, et al. (2015) Behavioral functioning among Mexican-origin children: does parental legal status matter? Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 56: 2-18
Landale NS, Hardie JH, Oropesa RS, et al. (2015) Policy brief. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 56: 1
Hillemeier MM, Landale NS, Oropesa RS. (2015) Asthma in US Mexican-Origin Children in Early Childhood: Differences in Risk and Protective Factors by Parental Nativity. Academic Pediatrics. 15: 421-9
Landale NS, Oropesa RS, Noah AJ. (2014) Immigration and the Family Circumstances of Mexican-Origin Children: A Binational Longitudinal Analysis. Journal of Marriage and the Family. 76: 24-36
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