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    • The Criminalization of Immigrants & the Immigration-Industrial Complex 

      Douglas, Karen Manges; Saenz, Rogelio (Daedalus;Vol. 142, No. 3, 2013)
      Over the last few decades, and particularly after 9/11, we have witnessed the increasing criminalization of immigrants in the United States. Changing policies have subjected immigrants to intensified apprehension and ...
    • Earning Patterns of Mexican Workers in the Southern Region: A Focus on Nonmetro/Metro Distinctions 

      Saenz, Rogelio (Southern Rural Sociology Special Issue: Southern Rural Labor Markets;Volume 16, 2000)
      The last few years have witnessed a tremendous change in the geographic location patterns of the Mexican population in the United States. The rural South represents one of the areas that have seen a noticeable growth ...
    • Latinos in the South: A Glimpse of Ongoing Trends and Research 

      Saenz, Rogelio; Donato, Katharine M.; Gouveia, Lourdes; Torres, Cruz (Southern Rural Sociology;Vol. 19 No. 1, 2003)
      Since the late 1980s, there has been a tremendous amount of reshifting in the Latino population of the United States. This movement has resulted in the increasing settlement of Latinos in areas of the country that have ...
    • Machine learning algorithms for predicting undernutrition among under-five children in Ethiopia 

      Bitew, Fikrewold H.; Sparks, Corey S.; Nyarko, Samuel H. (Public Health Nutrition;Volume 25, Issue 2, 2021-10-08)
      Objective: Child undernutrition is a global public health problem with serious implications. In this study, we estimate predictive algorithms for the determinants of childhood stunting by using various machine learning ...
    • Predictors of Variations in Residential Water Consumption in Central Texas 

      Potter, Lloyd B.; Tremaine, Darrel M.; Banner, Jay L. (2022-06-03)
      Background: The 100th Meridian in Texas aligns with a corridor of large and rapidly growing urban areas with a growing water demand and limited supply. Understanding the variations in residential water consumption may ...