Sociologist Silvia Dominguez studied Latin-American female immigrants in Boston who build heterogeneous social networks designed to foster success in a new country.
In the ninth edition of recent faculty books, we highlight works about effective typography, the ethics of philanthropy and the spiritual undertones of jazz legend John Coltrane’s music.
It is a disturbing truth that sexual– and gender-based violence (SGBV) is used as a war tactic in developing nations. Silvia Dominguez, assistant professor of sociology at Northeastern University, recently … read more »
New study finds that culture shock not only affects immigrants. Local hosts are greatly influenced by interactions with newcomers as well.
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(with Tammi Arford) Health Sociology Review (2011).
(with Isidro Maya-Jariego) Community Psychology (2009).