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Peer Reviewed Articles & Chapters
Escamilla García, Angel A. “The "Borderlandization" of Mexico: Mexico's New Policies of Deportation and Detention of Minor Migrants and Their Effects on Migrants Movement.” Sociological Studies of Children and Youth. (Forthcoming 2022)
Escamilla García, Angel A. “When Internal Migration Fails: A Case Study of Central American Youth Who Relocate Internally Before Leaving Their Countries.” Journal on Migration and Human Security 9, no. 4 (December 2021): 297–310. https://doi.org/10.1177/23315024211042735.
Escamilla García, Angel A. 2020. “Learning to Look Mexican: Central American Minor Migrants and their Strategies to Minimize the Risks of Migration.” Deadly Voyages, edited by V. Fynn Bruey, S. Bender, and P. Aka. Lexington Press.
Redbird B, Escamilla-García Angel A. Borders within Borders: The Impact of Occupational Licensing on Immigrant Incorporation. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. 2020;6(1):22-45. doi:10.1177/2332649219833708
Escamilla García A, Fine G. Fair Warnings: The Ethics of Ethnography with Children. In: Iphofen R, Tolich M, eds. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research Ethics. 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications Ltd; 2018:367-381. doi:10.4135/9781526435446
WordPress Blog - "Territories of Movement"
"Speedy Gonzalez and Sylvester: The Resilience of Migrants and the Marginal Effect of Physical Barriers"
“El Mara”: The Stereotyping of Central Americans in Mexico and the United States
"Visibility & Protection: Understanding Central American Migrant Caravans"
"Health at the Edge: Central American Migrants’ Healthcare While Moving Through Mexico"
"The Human Toll of Cruel Immigration Policy"
"Is There Time for One More Migrant Crisis in 2020? Data on Unaccompanied Minor Arrivals Suggest Yes"
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