Yader Lanuza, Ph.D. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 

Merrick Building, Room 122F
yxl1365@miami.edu
(305) 284-6932

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                               Last Updated On:  August 2017


EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Irvine, 2017

  • M.A., Demographic and Social Analysis, University of California, Irvine, 2013

  • M.A., Sociology of Education, New York University, 2008

    B.A., Liberal Arts, Hampshire College (2 years at Miami-Dade Community College), 2004 


PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
  • Sociology


RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Migration, immigrant incorporation, sociology of the family, race & ethncity, sociology of education, the transition to adulthood, and economic sociology 


SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS 
  • Turney, Kristin and Yader R. Lanuza. (In Press) "Parental Incarceration and the Transformation of American Adulthood." Journal of Marriage and Family. 

  • Feliciano, Cynthia and Yader R. Lanuza. (2017) "An Immigrant Paradox? Contextual Attainment and Intergenerational Educational Mobility." American Sociological Review, 82(1): 211-241 

  • Lanuza, Yader R. (2017) "Who Helps? Immigrant-native Differences in Patterns of Homework Assistance." Sociological Perspectives, 60(2): 293-314 

  • Feliciano, Cynthia and Yader R. Lanuza. (2016) "The Immigrant Advantage in Adolescent Educational Expectations." International Migration Review, 50(3): 758-792 

  • Lanuza, Yader R., and Nina Bandelj. (2015) "The Productive Role of children in Immigrant Families." Teorija in praksa [Theory and Practice], 52(3): 415-433