Findings indicate interracial marriage is more common among Asian/White and Latino/White couples than among Black/White couples


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Researchers awarded grant from NSF to study impact of geography on social networks; findings will help them understand how physical space and closeness contribute to perceived feelings of safety and cohesiveness among neighbors based on where their networks exist - information useful to urban planners interested in developing and shaping communities to fit residents' social and interpersonal needs


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Sociologist and CDASA director Judith Treas' research sheds light on how culture influences sharing of housework


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Findings will help discover 'best practices' coalitions employ in order to meet the needs of their constituent organizations for more effective strategies


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UCI's Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) program trains future leaders – including many of OC’s future city planners


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Researchers examine how 1.5 and second generations vote, acculturate, and define and measure success in school and work; findings impact immigration policies and debunk stereotypes


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Research team will model and analyze larger, more complex sets of data


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Study finds ethnic professional associations play a major role in Latina business women's ability to succeed in the Orange County corporate culture


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Findings will help researchers understand how new populations acculturate into American society


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Funded by National Science Foundation


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Study by DASA graduate finds cleaning up environment in Russia could save lives


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Roberto Gonzales pursues research on what happens to youth born abroad and brought to the U.S.; impacts immigration policy and how new populations acculturate


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Sociology graduate student James Bachmeier receives grant from UC Office of the President to find out


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