Alexandra Filindra
Alexandra Filindra
Associate Professor of Political Science, UIC
Verified email at uic.edu
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The power of context: State-level policies and politics and the educational performance of the children of immigrants in the United States
A Filindra, D Blanding, CG Coll
Harvard Educational Review 81 (3), 407-438, 2011
922011
Racial Resentment and Whites’ Gun Policy Preferences in Contemporary America
A Filindra, NJ Kaplan
Political Behavior, 1-21, 2015
492015
Immigrant social policy in the American states: Race politics and state TANF and Medicaid eligibility rules for legal permanent residents
A Filindra
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 13 (1), 26-48, 2013
422013
Together in good times and bad? How economic triggers condition the effects of intergroup threat
A Filindra, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
Social Science Quarterly 94 (5), 1328-1345, 2013
372013
Analysing US state legislative resolutions on immigrants and immigration: The role of immigration federalism
A Filindra, M Kovács
International Migration 50 (4), 33-50, 2012
30*2012
Raising Arizona v. United States: Historical Patterns of American Immigration Federalism
DJ Tichenor, A Filindra
Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 16, 1215, 2012
30*2012
Is “Threat” in the Eye of the Researcher? Theory and Measurement in the Study of State‐Level Immigration Policymaking
A Filindra
Policy Studies Journal, 2018
162018
Immigrant inclusion in the safety net: A framework for analysis and effects on educational attainment
M Condon, A Filindra, A Wichowsky
Policy Studies Journal 44 (4), 424-448, 2016
162016
Testing Theories of Gun Policy Preferences Among Blacks, Latinos, and Whites in America*
A Filindra, N Kaplan
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 413-428, 2017
142017
When partisans and minorities interact: Interpersonal contact, partisanship, and public opinion preferences on immigration policy
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, A Filindra, JJ Dyck
Social Science Quarterly 97 (2), 311-324, 2016
142016
Research Note: Stopping the Enforcement “Tide”: Descriptive Representation, L atino Institutional Empowerment, and State‐Level Immigration Policy
A Filindra, S Pearson‐Merkowitz
Politics & Policy 41 (6), 814-832, 2013
142013
The Myth of Self-deportation-How Behavioral Economics Reveals the Fallacies behind “Attrition through Enforcement”
A Filindra
Policy Report. Immigration Policy Center, American Immigration Council …, 2012
122012
E pluribus unum?: federalism, immigration and the role of the American states
A Filindra
Rutgers University-Graduate School-New Brunswick, 2009
122009
THE EMERGENCE OF THE" TEMPORARY MEXICAN" American Agriculture, the US Congress, and the 1920 Hearings on the Temporary Admission of Illiterate Mexican Laborers
A Filindra
Latin American Research Review, 85-102, 2014
102014
The case against removal: Jus noci and harm in deportation practice
B Buckinx, A Filindra
Migration Studies 3 (3), 393-416, 2015
92015
Anxieties of an ethnic transition: The election of the first Latino mayor in providence, Rhode Island
A Filindra, M Orr
Urban Affairs Review 49 (1), 3-31, 2013
72013
Coping with a changing integration policy context: American state policies and their effects on immigrant political engagement
A Filindra, A Manatschal
Regional Studies, 1-12, 2019
62019
The Return of Prejudice in Europe's Regions: The Moderated Relationship between Group Threat and Economic Vulnerability
JV Isaksen, TG Jakobsen, A Filindra, Z Strabac
Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 22 (3), 249-277, 2016
42016
Studying public policy through immigration policy: Advances in theory and measurement
A Filindra, SW Goodman
Policy Studies Journal 47 (3), 498-516, 2019
32019
Aliens and of Color: The Multidimensional Relationship of Immigration Policy and Racial Classification in the US Oxford Handbook of International Migration (2011)
A Filindra, J Junn
2*2012
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