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    Coronado, J. (2016). Beyond the requiem: Chicano pop culture and the Vietnam War. In R. Milam (Ed.). The Vietnam War in popular culture: The Influence of America's most controversial war on everyday life (Vol.1). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

    Horner, P., Hughes, A., & Vélez Ortiz, D. (2016). Social work scholars and undergraduate research opportunities.  Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 3(20), 216-230. 

    Horner, P., Martinez, R., Vélez Ortiz, D., Kayitsinga, J., Acosta, S. (in press) Adapting a nutrition education intervention for Latinos. Journal of Education and Human Development.

    Lopez, W. D., Horner, P., Doering-White, J., Delva, J., Sanders, L., & Martinez, R. (in press). Motherhood and mothering in the shadow of deportation. Social Work in Public Health.

    Martinez, R. (2016). Epilogue: What Latino/a leadership is up against. In F. Hernandez & E. T. Murakami (Eds.), Brown-eyed leaders of the sun: A portrait of Latina/o educational leaders (pp. 119-123). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

    Martinez, R. (2016). The impact of neoliberalism on Latinos [Special issue]. Latino Studies, 14(1), 11-32.

    Martinez, R. (Ed.). NEXO: The Official Newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Julian Samora Research Institute.

    Martinez, R., & Rocco, R. (Eds.). (2016). Introduction to the special issue: Neoliberalism and Latinos. Latino Studies, 14(1), 2-10.

    Santillán, R., Coronado, J., Garrett, G., Iber, J., & Zamora, R. (2016). Mexican American baseball in south Texas. Texas: Arcadia Publishing.

    Vélez Ortiz, D., Martinez, R. O., & Espino, D. V. (in press). Framing effects of questions on end-of-life decisions among Latino older adults. Social Work in Health Care.


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