Cristina Brădăţan
Cristina Brădăţan
International Programs Center, US Census Bureau
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Hispanic families in the United States: Family structure and process in an era of family change
NS Landale, RS Oropesa, C Brădăţan
Hispanics and the future of America 5, 2006
Transnationality as a fluid social identity
C Brădăţan, A Popan, R Melton
Social Identities 16 (2), 169-178, 2010
Fourth National Climate Assessment. Chapter Southwest
P Gonzalez, G Garfin, C Bradatan
History, population policies, and fertility decline in Eastern Europe: A case study
C Brădăţan, G Firebaugh
Journal of family history 32 (2), 179-192, 2007
Cuisine and cultural identity in the Balkans
C Brădăţan
Anthropology of East Europe Review 21 (1), 43-47, 2003
Before the Crisis: Gender and Economic Outcomes of the Two Largest Immigrant Communities in Spain
C Brădăţan, D Sandu
International Migration Review 46 (1), 221-243, 2012
Hispanics and the future of America
NS Landale, RS Oropesa, C Bradatan, M Tienda
National Research Council (US) Panel on Hispanics in the United States, 2006
Choosing between marriage and cohabitation: Women’s first union patterns in Hungary
C Brădăţan, L Kulcsar
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 39 (4), 491-507, 2008
The Greying Periphery—Ageing and Community Development in Rural Romania and Bulgaria
LJ Kulcsar, C Brădăţan
Europe-Asia Studies, 2014
When the educated leave the East: Romanian and Hungarian skilled immigration to the USA
C Brǎdǎţan, LJ Kulcsár
Journal of International Migration and Integration 15, 509-524, 2014
About some 19th-century theories of suicide: interpreting suicide in an East European country
C Brădăţan
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 48 (5), 417-432, 2007
The interplay between family and emigration from Romania
C Brădăţan
Migration Letters 11 (3), 368-376, 2014
Politics without frontiers: The impact of Hungarian domestic politics on the minority question in Romania
LJ Kulcsár, C Brădăţan
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 40 (3), 301-314, 2007
Child health, household environment, temperature and rainfall anomalies in Honduras: a socio-climate data linked analysis
C Bradatan, JA Dennis, N Flores-Yeffal, S Swain
Environmental Health 19, 1-12, 2020
Large, but adaptable? A successful population policy and its long term effects
C Bradatan
Population research and policy review 28, 389-404, 2009
How are ‘the others’ doing? Highly skilled Latin American immigrants and economic crisis in the US and Spain
C Bradatan, N Kolloju
Immigrant Vulnerability and Resilience, 89-103, 2015
Water quality: a hidden danger in man-made desert catchments
KL Griffis-Kyle, JJ Kovatch, CE Bradatan
Wildlife Society Bulletin 38 (1), 148-151, 2014
Highly skilled migrants: risks and hedging mechanisms
C Bradatan
Population, Space and Place 22 (5), 406-410, 2016
Smart and Connected Water Resource Management Via Social Media and Community Engagement
LH Nguyen, R Hewett, AS Namin, N Alvarez, C Bradatan, F Jin
IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis …, 2018
Where do we go from here? Climate change as a human affair
C Bradatan
International Sociology 28 (5), 496-501, 2013
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