Publications

n.d. Loucky, James, et al. Contemporary Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Greenwood Publishing Group. (accepted for publication)

n.d. Donald K. Alper and James Loucky. Canada-US Border Securitization: Implications for Binational Cooperation. Canadian Annals of Public Policy. (accepted for publication)

2007 J. C. Day, James Loucky, Donald K. Alper. Policy Challenges in North America’s Pacific Border Regions: An Overview. In Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America. Pp. 1-9. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

2007 James Loucky and Donald K. Alper. Pacific Borders, Discordant Borders: Where North American Edges Together. In Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America. James Loucky, Donald K. Alper, J.C. Day, eds. Pp. 11-37. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

2007 Cristobal Medoza and James Loucky. Recent Trends in Mexico-U.S. Border Demographics. In Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America. James Loucky, Donald K. Alper, J.C. Day, eds. Pp. 39-61. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

2007 “Microbusiness on the US-Mexico Border.” USEcoEco, Spring, p. 13.

2006 James Loucky, Jeanne Armstrong, Lawrence Estrada, eds. Immigration in America Today: An Encyclopedia. Westport CN: Greenwood. (entries authored: adoption, emigration, employer sanctions, expedited entry and removal, families, food, global origins - Latin America/Caribbean, human smuggling, informal economy, international accords, racism, religion, temporary protected status, U.S.-Canada border, work)

2005 Vecinos distantes, relacion inevitable: Las fronteras norteamericanas analizadas desde una perspectiva comparativa. In Fronteras de America del Norte. Alejandro Mercado Celis y Elizabeth Gutierrez Romero, eds. Pp. 97-113. Mexico: Center for Research on North America, National University of Mexico.

2003 J.G. Nelson, J.C. Day, Lucy Sportza, James Loucky, Carlos Israel Vasquez, eds. Protected Areas and the Regional Planning Imperative in North America. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

2003 J.G. Nelson, J.C. Day, L.M. Sportza, J. Loucky, and C. Vasquez, eds. Overview. In Protected Areas and the Regional Planning Imperative in North America. Pp. 1-21. J.G. Nelson, et al., eds. University of Calgary Press.

2003 John C. Miles and James Loucky. Parks, Protected Areas, and Environmental Education in North America. In Protected Areas and the Regional Planning Imperative in North America. J.G. Nelson, et al., eds. Pp. 134-143. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

2003 Patricia K. Smith, Barry Bogin, Maria Ines Varela-Silva, James Loucky. Economic and Anthropological Assessments of the Health of Children in Maya Immigrant Families in the United States. Economics and Human Biology 1:145-160.

2002 Patricia K. Smith, Barry Bogin, M. Ines Varela-Silva, Bibiana Orden, James Loucky. Does Immigration Help or Harm Children's Health: The Mayan Case. Social Science Quarterly 83(4):994-1002.

2002 B. Bogin, P. Smith, ] A.B. Orden, M.I. Varela Silva, J. Loucky. Rapid Change in Height and Body Proportions of Maya American Children. American Journal of Human Biology 14:753-761.

2001 Child and Family Well-Being in Settlement Decisions of Guatemalan Maya Women in Los Angeles. In Negotiating Transnationalism: Selected Papers on Refugees and Immigrants, Vol. IX. MaryCarol Hopkins and Nancy Wellmeier, eds. Pp. 184-204. Washington: American Anthropological Association.

2001 The Tz’utujil Maya of Guatemala. In Endangered Peoples of Latin America: Struggles to Survive and Thrive. Susan Stonich, ed. Pp. 153-169. Westport, CN: Greenwood.

2001 Bogin, B., M. Kapell, M.I. Varela Silva, A.M. Orden, P.K. Smith, J. Loucky. How Genetic are Human Body Proportions? In Perspectives in Human Growth, Development, and Maturation. Parasmani Dasgupta and Roland Hauspie, eds. Pp. 205-221. Boston: Kluwer.

2000 "El bienestar del niño y la familia en las decisiones de asentamiento de las mujeres guatemaltecas mayas de Los Angeles." In Mujeres en las Fronteras: trabajo,migración y salud. Esperanza Tuñón, ed. Pp. 257-276. México: Ecosur-Colef-Colson-Ed., Plaza y Valdés.

2000 James Loucky and Marilyn Moors, eds. Maya Diaspora: Guatemalan Roots, New American Lives. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

2000 Maya in a Modern Metropolis: Establishing New Lives and Livelihoods in Los Angeles. In The Maya Diaspora. James Loucky and Marilyn Moors, eds. Pp. 214-222. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

1998 Barry Bogin y James Loucky. Plasticidad y crecimiento fisico en niños mayas guatemaltecos en los Estados Unidos. Salud Problema, Nueva Epoca 3(5):79-95.

1997 Barry Bogin and James Loucky. Plasticity, Political Economy, and Physical Growth Status of Guatemala Maya Children Living in the United States. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 102:17-32.

1996 Donald K. Alper and James Loucky, eds. A Trinational Symposium: Canada/United States/Mexico. American Review of Canadian Studies 26(2).

1996 Donald K. Alper and James Loucky. North American Integration: Paradoxes and Prospects. American Review of Canadian Studies 26(2):177-182.

1996 Central American Refugees: Learning New Skills in the U.S.A.In Contemporary Cultural Anthropology, 5th ed. Michael Howard. Pp. 158-160. New York: Harper-Collins.

1995 Leslie Reese, Claude Goldenberg, James Loucky, Ronald Gallimore. Ecocultural Context, Cultural Activity and Emergent Literacy of Spanish-Speaking Children. In Class, Culture, and Race in American Schools. Stanley Rothstein, ed. Pp. 199-224. Westport, CN: Greenwood.

1995 Maya Americans: The Making of a Transnational Community. In Central Americans in California. Nora Hamilton and Norma Chinchilla, eds. Pp. 30-34. Los Angeles: Center for Multiethnic and Transnational Studies, University of Southern California.

1994 Thomas Weisner, Helen Garnier, James Loucky. Domestic Tasks, Egalitarianism and Family Organization in Nonconventional Families. Sex Roles 30:23-54.

1994 James Loucky, Maria Soldatenko, Gregory Scott, Edna Bonacich. Immigrant Enterprise and Labor in the Los Angeles Garment Industry. In The Globalization of the Apparel Industry in the Pacific Rim. Edna Bonacich, et al., eds. Pp. 345-361. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

1993 Norma Chinchilla, Nora Hamilton, James Loucky. Central Americans in Los Angeles: An Immigrant Community in Transition. In In the Barrios: Latinos and the Underclass Debate. Joan Moore and Raquel Pinderhughes, eds. Pp. 51-78. New York: Russell Sage.

 

1992 Darline Alvarez and James Loucky. Inquiry and Advocacy: Attorney-Expert Collaboration in the Political Asylum Process. In Double Vision: Anthropologists at Law. Randy Kandel, ed. Pp. 43-52. NAPA Bulletin 11. Washington, DC: American Anthropological Association.

1991 James Loucky and Robert Carlsen. Massacre in Santiago Atitlan: A Turning Point in the Maya Struggle? Cultural Survival Quarterly 15:65-70.

1990 Background to the Human Ecology of Northwest Guatemala. In A Meeting of Peoples. Kurt Russo, ed. Pp. 80-83. Seattle: Florence R. Kluckhohn Center.

1990 James Loucky, Nora Hamilton, Norma Chinchilla. The Effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act on the Garment, Building Maintenance, and Hospitality Industries in Los Angeles. Washington, DC: Division of Immigration Policy & Research, U.S. Dept of Labor.

1988 Children's Work and Family Survival in Highland Guatemala. UCI Microfilms.

1987 Milton Jamail and James Loucky. Tell Pedro So Juan Understands. Report on the Americas 21(3):4-12.

1987 Nora Hamilton and James Loucky. Central Americans in Los Angeles. Los Angeles: Office of the Mayor.

1987 Maya Migrants and Musical Tradition in Los Angeles. In Cityroots: New Immigrant Cultures in Los Angeles. Susan Auerbach, ed. Pp. 8-11. Los Angeles: Cultural Affairs Department.

1987 Central American Refugees and the Right to Life in Family Perspective. Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies 14:15-24.

1984 Children's Work: The International Year of the Child as Watershed for Research. Anthropology of Work Review 5:17-19.

1981 James Loucky and Margo Hurwicz, eds. Mayan Studies. Anthropology UCLA 11. Los Angeles: University of California.

1981 Maria Chavez and James Loucky. Caretaking and Competence: Siblings as Socializers in Rural Guatemala. Anthropology UCLA 11:1-23.

1979 Production and the Patterning of Social Relations and Values in Two Guatemalan Villages. American Ethnologist 6:702-722.

1979 The Social Functions of Futbol in a Guatemalan Village. In Forms of Play of Native North Americans. Edward Norbeck and Claire Farrer, eds. Pp. 279-290. St. Paul: West.

1976 Christine Ho and James Loucky, eds. Urban Diversity: Anthropological Research in Los Angeles. Anthropology UCLA 9. Los Angeles: University of California.

1976 James Loucky and J. Jones, eds. Paths to the Symbolic Self: Essays in Honor of Walter Goldschmidt. Anthropology UCLA 8. Los Angeles: University of California.

 

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