We need to take housing seriously. RUCO

We need to take housing seriously. RUCO and other measures for oversight of rental housing must be used to proved safe, affordable, and fair housing for our residents.
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Do-It-Yourself Home Accessibility Demons

Do-It-Yourself Home Accessibility Demonstration Day on Saturday, August 2, 7 AM – 12 PM at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market

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Citations

Citation indices

All Since 2009
Citations 489 300
h-index 6 5
i10-index 4 4
Citations to my articles
Citations to my articles
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Title / Author Cited by Year
Innovations in survey research an application of web-based surveys
SJ Sills, C Song
Social science computer review 20 (1), 22-30
303 2002
Ethnicity and ethnic identity as predictors of drug norms and drug use among preadolescents in the US Southwest
FF Marsiglia, S Kulis, ML Hecht, S Sills
Substance Use & Misuse 39 (7), 1061-1094
84 2004
Ties that protect: An ecological perspective on Latino/a urban pre-adolescent drug use
FF Marsiglia, BW Miles, P Dustman, S Sills
Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work 11 (3-4), 191-220
50 2002
Consistency-based compliance across cultures
PK Petrova, RB Cialdini, SJ Sills
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (1), 104-111
31 2007
Informal economic activity: early thinking, conceptual shifts, continuing patterns and persistent issues–a Michigan study
S Henry, S Sills
Crime, law and social change 45 (4-5), 263-284
9 2006
Philippine labour migration to Taiwan: Social, political, demographic, and economic dimensions
SJ Sills
Migration Letters 4 (1), 1-14
6 2007
The Emperor’s New Clothes, Or How to Protect Against Lawsuits and Other Chilling Surprises
S Sills, SH Smith
Nonprofit World 13, 40-44
3 1995
Social, Economic and Symbolic Ties: An Analysis of Transnationalism In Mexican Communities
SJ Sills
Arizona State University
2 2000
Migration and Reconceptualization of self
S Sills
Social Psychology
1 2003
Social Capital and the Experience of Prejudice, Aggression and Discrimination among Immigrants, US-Born Minorities, and Whites in Greensboro, NC.
EC Jones, SC Jovanovic, AD Murphy, SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2011
Immigration and North Carolina
TP Carter, EC Jones, S Sills, S Jovanovic, R Davis, A Murphy
Sociation Today 9 (2)
2011
Social Capital and the Experience of Prejudice, Aggression and Discrimination among Immigrants, US-Born Minorities, and Whites in Greensboro, North Carolina
TP Carter, EC Jones, S Sills, S Jovanovic, R Davis, A Murphy, TP Carter, …
Social Capital 9 (2)
2011
Transnational Migration and Work in Asia. Kevin Hewison and Ken Young, eds.
SJ Sills
Eurasian Geography and Economics 50 (5), 617-619
2009
Transnational Migration and Work in Asia. Kevin Hewison and Ken Young, eds.,(Book Review)
SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2009
Kevin Hewison and Ken Young, eds., Transnational Migration and Work in Asia
SJ Sills
Eurasian Geography and Economics 50 (5), 617
2009
Becoming an OFW: Renegotiations in Self-Concept Among Filipino Factory Workers in Taiwan
SJ Sills, N Chowthi
Asian and Pacific migration journal 17 (2), 189-220
2008
“Maquilapolis.” Vicky Funari and Sergio De La Torre, dirs.(Film Review)
S Sills, S Sills
Visual Studies 22 (3), 315-316
2007
Consistency-based Compliance across Cultures
SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2007
Informal economic activity: Early thinking, conceptual shifts, continuing patterns and persistent issues-a Michigan study
SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2006
Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity as Predictors of Drug Norms and Drug Use Among Preadolescents in the US Southwest
SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2004
Transnationalizing the Self: Marginalized Filipino Labor Migrants in Taiwan
SJ Sills
Arizona State University
2004
Transnationalizing the Self: Transitions in Identity among Marginalized Labor Migrants (A Synthesis of Theoretical Traditions)
SJ Sills
2002
IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT OF SELF FROM A CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
SJ Sills
2002
Ties That Protect: An Ecological Perspective on Latino/a Urban Pre-Adolescent Drug Use
SJ Sills
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2002
REGIONAL FAIR HOUSING EQUITY ASSESSMENT
SJ Sills, MR Sills, JB Miranda
Ph. D. Comprehensive Examination Global Studies/Culture and Identity Concentration
S Sills
DISCRIMINATION IN IMMIGRANT HOUSING
SJ Sills
TRANSNATIONAL TIES IN MEXICAN COMMUNITIES.
SJ Sills
Street Life Society: Homelessness on Mill Avenue
BW Miles, SJ Sills
The Role of Social Establishment In Defining a Stigmatized Social Identity
BW Miles, SW Renshaw, SJ Sills
Draft: May 2003
PK Petrova, RB Cialdini, S Sills
FACTORS INFLUENCING DENIAL
SJ Sills
RUNNERS, LUMPERS AND POLISHERS: FACILITATORS OCCUPYING THE SOCIAL SPACE BETWEEN LONG-HUAL DRIVERS AND SUPPLIERS OF ILLICIT GOODS AND SERVICES.
S Sills
Predictors of attitudes towards immigrants and immigration policy
L Johnson, S Sills
Background on Community Asset Mapping
C Strange, R Inman, E Beaver, J Miranda, SJ Sills

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Housing and transportation costs combine

Housing and transportation costs combine to take up almost half of the average household’s budget. This HUD portal helps to estimate costs of housing and transportation: http://ow.ly/rTpbo

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Piedmont Together: During the Equity Sum

Piedmont Together: During the Equity Summit a call was made for attendees and community members to recommend equity-related reading, websites, tools and resources. http://ow.ly/rTn5V

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“…race actually turned out to be more

“…race actually turned out to be more significant than a criminal background. Notice that employers were more likely to call Whites with a criminal record (17% were offered an interview) than Blacks without a criminal record (14%).” http://ow.ly/rRGOZ

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