Tom K. Wong
Tom K. Wong
Associate Professor of Political Science, UCSD
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The Politics of International Migration
JF Hollifield, TK Wong
Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines, 227-288, 2014
758*2014
Partisanship, Not Spanish: Explaining Municipal Ordinances Affecting Undocumented Immigrants
SK Ramakrishnan, TK Wong
Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in US Cities and States, 73-93, 2010
459*2010
287(g) and the Politics of Interior Immigration Control in the United States: Explaining Local Cooperation with Federal Immigration Authorities
TK Wong
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (5), 737-756, 2012
1012012
Rights, Deportation, and Detention in the Age of Immigration Control
TK Wong
Stanford University Press, 2015
742015
The Politics of Immigration: Partisanship, Demographic Change, and American National Identity
TK Wong
Oxford University Press, 2017
472017
Undocumented No More: A Nationwide Analysis of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA
TK Wong, AS García, M Abrajano, D FitzGerald, K Ramakrishnan, S Le
Center for American Progress, 2013
44*2013
DACA Recipients’ Economic and Educational Gains Continue to Grow
TK Wong, GM Rosas, A Luna, H Manning, A Reyna, P O'Shea, T Jawetz, ...
Center for American Progress, 2017
302017
In Their Own Words: A Nationwide Survey of Undocumented Millennials
TK Wong, C Valdivia
UC San Diego, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, 2014
292014
New study of DACA beneficiaries shows positive economic and educational outcomes
TK Wong, GM Rosas, A Reyna, I Rodriguez, P O’Shea, T Jawetz, ...
Center for American Progress, 2016
242016
Paths to Lawful Immigration Status: Results and Implications from the PERSON Survey
TK Wong, D Kerwin, JM Atkinson, MM McCarthy
Journal on Migration and Human Security 2 (4), 287-304, 2014
242014
International migration: Cause or consequence of political change?
JF Hollifield, TK Wong
Migration and Citizenship: Newsletter of American Political Science …, 2013
222013
Does where I live affect whether I apply? The contextual determinants of applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
TK Wong, AS García
International Migration Review 50 (3), 699-727, 2016
202016
Statistical Analysis Shows that Violence, Not Deferred Action, Is Behind the Surge of Unaccompanied Children Crossing the Border
TK Wong
Center for American Progress, 2014
20*2014
Results from a nationwide survey of DACA recipients illustrate the program’s impact
TK Wong, KK Richter, I Rodriguez, PE Wolgin
Center for American Progress. Retrieved from https://www. americanprogress …, 2015
142015
The Effects of Sanctuary Policies on Crime and the Economy
TK Wong
Center for American Progress, 2017
92017
Amid legal and political uncertainty, DACA remains more important than ever
TK Wong, S Abrar, T Jawetz, I Rodriguez Kmec, P O’Shea, ...
Center for American Progress, 2018
72018
One Step In and One Step Out: The Lived Experience of Immigrant Participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program
HS Kosnac, WA Cornelius, TK Wong, M Gell-Redman, DA Hughes
7*2014
The political incorporation of undocumented youth
TK Wong, AS García, C Valdivia
Social Problems 66 (3), 356-372, 2019
52019
Nation of Immigrants, or Deportation Nation?
TK Wong
The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants, 264-278, 2014
52014
The Impact of Interior Immigration Enforcement on the Day-to-Day Behaviors of Undocumented Immigrants
TK Wong, K Shklyan, A Isorena, S Peng
Working Paper 1, 2019
42019
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