Scholarly Books and Articles

Articles Under Review/In Progress

Margarita Mooney and Nicolette Manglos. “Prayer and Liturgy as Constitutive-Ends Practices in Black Immigrant Communities.” Currently under review. Please contact me to see a copy of this paper.

Nicolette Manglos, Margarita Mooney, Kenneth Bollen and Micah Roos. “A Latent Variable Approach to Measuring Relationships with God.” Currently under review. Please contact me to see a copy of this paper.

Matt Bradshaw, Cheryl Roberts, Margarita A. Mooney and Glen Elder. “Financial Hardship, Religious Resources, and Psychological Well-Being in Late Life.” Under Review. Please contact me to see a draft of this paper.

Published Books

Camille Z. Charles, Mary S. Fischer, Margarita A. Mooney, and Douglas S. Massey. Taming the River: Negotiating the Academic, Financial, and Social Currents in Selective Colleges and Universities. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 2009. For more information and to see the introductory chapter of this book, click here.

Margarita A. Mooney. Faith Makes Us Live: Surviving and Thriving in the Haitian Diaspora. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2009. For more information and to see the introductory chapter of this book, click here.

Published Articles

Margarita A. Mooney. “Religion as a Context of Reception: The Case of Haitian Immigrants in Miami, Montreal, and Paris.” International Migration. Vol. 51 (3), June 2013, pp. 99-112.

Margarita Mooney, Lin Wang, Jason Freeman and Matt Bradshaw. “Does Believing or Belonging have a Greater Protective Effect on Stressful Life Events Among Young Adults?” Forthcoming 2014 in Religion and Inequality, Lisa Keister and Darren Sherkat (editors), Cambridge University Press.

Margarita Mooney. “Religion, College Grades and Satisfaction Among Students at Elite Colleges and Universities.” Sociology of Religion. Vol 71 (2), Summer 2010, 179-215. Click here to read the article.

Deborah Rivas-Drake and Margarita Mooney. “Neither Colorblind Nor Oppositional: Perceived Minority Status and Trajectories of Academic Adjustment among Latinos in Elite Higher Education.” Developmental Psychology, Vol 45(3), May 2009, 642-651. Click here to read the article.

Margarita Mooney. “Structures de médiation et intégration des immigrants haïtiens à Paris.” Revue Européene des Migrations Internationales. Vol. 24 (No. 1), 2008, pp. 80-114.[“Mediating Structures and Haitian Immigrants in Paris.” European Review of International Migration.] Click here to read the article.

Deborah Rivas-Drake and Margarita Mooney. “Profiles of Latino Adaptation at Elite Colleges and Universities.” American Journal of Community Psychology. Vol. 42 (No. 1/2), September 2008, pp. 1-16. Click here to read the article.

Douglas Massey, Camille Charles, and Margarita Mooney and Kim Torres. “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” American Journal of Education Vol. 113, February 2007, pp. 243-271. Click here to read the article.

Douglas Massey and Margarita Mooney. “The Academic Consequences of America’s Three Affirmative Action Programs.” Social Problems Vol. 54 (No. 1), February 2007, pp. 99-117. Click here to read the article.

Margarita Mooney. “The Catholic Bishops Conferences of the United States and France: Engaging Immigration as a Public Issue.” American Behavioral Scientist. Vol. 49 (#11), July 2006, pp. 1455-1470. Click here to read the article.

Margarita Mooney. “Migrants’ Social Ties in the U.S. and Investment in Mexico.” Social Forces. Vol. 81 (#4), June 2003, pp. 1147-1170. Click here to read the article.

Michèle Lamont, Ann Morning, and Margarita Mooney. “Particular Universalisms: North African Immigrants Respond to French Racism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Vol. 25 (#3) May 2002, pp. 367-389. Click here to read the article.

Margarita Mooney. “Religion as A Context of Reception: The Case of Haitian Immigrants in Miami, Montreal and Paris.” Under review. Please contact me to see a draft of this paper.

Matt Bradshaw and Margarita Mooney. “Towards A Unique Model of Fatherhood : The Importance of Religion and Marriage.”  Under review. Please contact me to see a draft of this paper.

Matt Bradshaw, Cheryl Roberts, Margarita Mooney, and Glenn Elder. “Financial Hardship, Religious Resources, and Psychological Well-Being in Late Life.”  Under Review. Please contact me to see a draft of this paper.

Margarita Mooney. “Accommodation or Marginalization? Comparing Religion and the Integration of Haitians in Miami, Montreal and Paris.” Under Review. Please contact me to see a draft of this paper.

Book Chapters

Margarita A. Mooney. “Religion and the Incoporation of Haitian Immigrants in Montreal.” Forthcoming in Religion and Public Life in Canada, Solange Lefebvre and Lori Beaman, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Forthcoming 2014.

Margarita Mooney. “Mediating Institutions and the Adaptation of Haitian Immigrants in Paris.” Pp. 113-134 in Regine O. Jackson (ed). Geographies of the Haitian Diaspora. New York: Routledge, 2011. Click here to see this chapter.

Margarita Mooney. “The Catholic Church’s Institutional Responses to Immigration: From Supra-National to Local Engagement.” In Religion and Social Justice for Immigrants Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, editor. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006. Click here to see this chapter.

Margarita Mooney. “Migrants’ Social Capital and Investing Remittances in Mexico,” pp. 45-62 in Crossing the Border: Research from the Mexican Migration Project. Jorge Durand and Douglas S. Massey, editors. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2004. Click here to see this chapter.

Alejandro Portes and Margarita Mooney. “Social Capital and Community Development.” Pp. 303-329 in The New Economic Sociology: Developments in an Emerging Field, edited by Mauro Guillén, Randall Collins, Paula England, and Marshall Meyer. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2002. Click here to see this chapter.

Book Reviews

Review of: Une Laïcité ‘Légitme’: La France et ses religions d’État. [“‘Legimiate’Laicité: France and its state religions.”]  By Raphaël Liogier. Paris: Entre Nous, 2006. In Contemporary Sociology 39 (3): pp.319-210. 2010. Click here to see this review.

Review of: Across Generations: Immigrant Families in America. By Nancy Foner (ed.) New York: New York University Press, 2009. In Contemporary Sociology 39 (1): pp. 33-35. 2010 Click here to see this review.

Review of: Sacred Assemblies and Civic Engagement: How Religion Matters for America’s Newest Immigrants. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2007. By Fred Kniss and Paul D. Numrich. Reviewed for Social Forces. Forthcoming, 2010.

Review of: The Catholic Church in State Politics: Negotiating Prophetic Demands and Political Realities. David Yamane, New York, NY: Roman & Littlefield Publishers. In Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45 (2): 305-306. 2006. Click here to see this review.

Review of: God in Chinatown: Religion and Survival in New York’s Emerging Chinatown. Kenneth J. Guest, New York: New York University Press. In Sociology of Religion 65 (3): 309-310. 2004. Click here to see this review.

Review of: Challenge to the Nation-State: Immigration in Western Europe and the United States, Christian Joppke, Oxford: Oxford University Press. In Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 72 (2): 361-362. 2001. Click here to see this review.

Advertisements