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Nieri, T. (2012). School context and individual acculturation: How school composition affects Latino students’ acculturation. Sociological Inquiry, 82(3), 460-484.
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Hodge, D.R., Marsiglia, F.F., & Nieri, T. (2011). Religion and substance use among youth of Mexican Heritage: A social capital perspective. Social Work Research, 35(3), 137-146.
Nieri, T., Lee, C., Kulis, S.S., & Marsiglia, F.F. (2011). An analysis of latent acculturation classes in a sample of Mexican-heritage 5th graders. Social Science Research, 40, 1236-1248.
Marsiglia, F.F., Kulis, S., Yabiku, S.T., Nieri, T., Parsai, M., & Becerra, D. (2011). The influence of linguistic acculturation and gender on the initiation of substance use among Mexican/Mexican American preadolescents in the borderlands. Journal of Early Adolescence, 31, 271-299.
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