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Week 14: Tuesday
Surveying hard to reach populations: theory & practice
Cornelius, Wayne A. 1982. Interviewing Undocumented Immigrants: Methodological Reflections Based on Fieldwork in Mexico and the U.S., The International Migration Review, 16(2).
A venue-based method for sampling hard-to-reach populations.
Muhib, Farzana, et. al. 2001. “A venue-based method for sampling hard-to-reach populations.” Public Health Reports. 116(1): 216-222.
A discussion of chain referral as a method of sampling hard-to-reach populations
Penrod, Janice et. al. 2003. “A discussion of chain referral as a method of sampling hard-to-reach populations” Journal of Transcultural Nursing. 14(2): 100-107.
Survey methods for hard-to-reach population
Marpsat, Maryse and Nicolas Razafindratsima. 2010. “Survey methods for hard-to-reach population” Methodological Innovations 5(2) 3-16.
On the Corner: Day Labor in the United States
Valenzuela, Abel, Nik Theodore, Edwin Meléndez, and Ana Luz Gonzalez. 2006. “On the Corner: Day Labor in the United States.” Center for the Study of Urban Poverty. Los Angeles, CA.
Should I stay or should I go? Explain why most Mexican immigrants are choosing to remain permanently in the United States
Wampler, Brian, Maria Chavez and Francisco Pedraza. 2009. “Should I stay or should I go? Explain why most Mexican immigrants are choosing to remain permanently in the United States.” Latino Studies. 7: 83-104.