Associate Professor of Sociology and Undergraduate Director for Sociology Department
Educational Inequalities in Two National Systems: A Comparison
of the North African Second Generation in France and the Mexican Second
Generation in the United States.” Brinbaum, Yaël and
Amy Lutz. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2017).
and the Educational Achievement of Latino High School Students." Amy Lutz,
Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No.2 (2016), pp. 75-88.
“Getting the Homework Done:
Social Class and Parents’ Relationship to Homework." Amy Lutz and Lakshmi
Jayaram, International Journal of
Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 6 (2015), pp. 73-84. http://www.ijessnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/101.pdf.
“The Transition from School
to Work for Children of Immigrants with Lower-Level Educational Credentials in
the United States and France." Amy Lutz, Yaël Brinbaum, and Dalia
Abdelhady, Comparative Migration Studies,
Vol. 2, No. 2 (2014), pp. 227-254. http://comparativemigrationstudies.springeropen.com/articles/10.5117/CMS2014.2.LUTZ
“Gender Inequalities in the Education of the Second
Generation in Cross-national Perspective." Fenella Fleischmann and
Cornelia Kristen including the provision of data and analyses instrumental to the research by Anthony F.
Heath, Yaël Brinbaum, Patrick Deboosere,Nadia Granato, Jan O.
Jonsson, Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, Georg Lorenz, Amy C. Lutz, David Mos, Raya Mutarrak, Karen Phalet, Catherine Rothon,Frida
Rudolphi, and Herman G. van de Werfhorst, Sociology of
Education, Vol. 87, No. 3 (2014), pp. 143-170.
the School Yard: Social Class Differences in Parenting and Youth Participation
in Structured Activities." Pamela Bennett,
Amy Lutz, and Lakshmi Jayaram Sociology of Education, Vol. 85, No. 2
(2012), pp. 131-157. Reprinted in Ballantine,
Jeanne and Joan Spade (2014) Schools and Societies: A Sociological Approach to
Education, 5th ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
“How African American is the Net Black Advantage?: Differences in College Enrollment among Immigrant Blacks, Native Blacks and Whites." Pamela Bennett, Sociology of Education, Vol. 82 (2009), pp. 70-100.
“Why do Bilingual Boys get Better Grades in English-only America?: The Impacts of Gender, Language, and Family Interaction on Academic Achievement of Latino/Children of Immigrants." Stephanie Crist, Ethnic and Racial Studies ,Vol. 32, Issue 2 (2009), pp. 346-368.
“Who Joins the Military?: A Look at Race, Class, and Immigration Status.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Vol. 36, Issue 2 (2008), pp. 167-188.
“Negotiating Home Language: Spanish Maintenance and Loss in Latino Families.” Latino(a), Research Review, Vol. 6 (2007, 2008), pp. 37-64.
“Barriers to High School Completion Among Immigrant and Later-Generation Latinos in the United States: A Look at Language, Ethnicity, Family Structure and Socioeconomic Status.” Ethnicities, Vol. 7 (2007), pp. 323-342.
"Spanish Maintenance among English-speaking Latino Youth: The Role of Individual and Social Characteristics." Social Forces, Vol. 84 (2006), pp. 1417-1433.
“Adolescent Residential Mobility and Premature Life-Course Transitions: The Role of Peer Networks." Scott South and Eric P. Baumer, Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Vol. 11 (2005), pp. 23-52.