Kremen School of Education and Human Development
22 achievements

22 achievements

Gonzalez, Juan Carlos
Gonzalez, J.  (2014). Foreward.  We are not dirt: From “tardy sweep” to time management support. (pp.v-vi) Fresno, CA: The Freedom Writers of Sunnyside High School.
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Gonzalez, J., & Turner, C.  (2014). Modeling mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender: practices to cultivate the next generation of diverse faculty.  Sterling, VA: Stylus.
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Gonzalez, J., & Turner, C.  (2014). Analysis of the mentor-protégé narratives: Reflecting the literature.  Modeling mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender: Practices to cultivate the next generation of diverse faculty. (pp.260-282) Sterling, VA: Stylus.
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Gonzalez, J., & Turner, C.  (2014). Building cross-gender mentorship in academe: A Chicano-Latina/Filipina relationship built on common scholarly commitments.  Modeling mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender: Practices to cultivate the next generation of diverse faculty. (pp.74-93) Sterling, VA: Stylus.
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González, J., Peguero, A., & Portillos, E.  (2014). School securitization and Latina/o educational progress.  Urban Education.
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Peguero, A., Portillos, E., & Gonzalez, J.  (2014). School Securitization and Latina/o Educational Progress.  Urban Education Urban Education. 1-27.
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Turner, C., & Gonzalez, J.  (2014). Analysis of the mentor-protégé narratives: Contributing to the literature and emerging mentoring model for practice.  Modeling mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender: Practices to cultivate the next generation of diverse faculty. (pp.283-300) Sterling, VA.
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Turner, C., & Gonzalez, J.  (2014). What does the literature tell us about mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender?.  Modeling mentoring across race/ethnicity and gender: Practices to cultivate the next generation of diverse faculty. (pp.14-73) Sterling, VA: Stylus.
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Turner, C., & Gonzalez, J.  (2014). Walking with company! / ¡Caminando acompañados!: Mentoring Latina/o students in higher education.  Readings on Equal Education Series. (pp.1-25) New York: AMS Press.
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González, J., & Immekus, J.  (2013). Experiences of Central California Latino male youth: Recollecting despair and success in barrios and schools.  Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education. 7(2), 180-197.
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González, J., Peguero, A., Portillos, E., Sung Hong, J., Kahle, L., & Shekarkhar, Z.  (2013). Victimization, urbanicity, and the relevance of context: School routines, race and ethnicity, and adolescent violence.  Journal of Criminology. 2013(5), 1-14.
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González, J., & Portillos, E.  (2013). Chicanos teaching social justice in higher education / Chicanos enseñando justicia social en la universidad: Experiences at predominately White and Hispanic serving institutions.  Social justice issues and racism in the college classroom: Perspectives from different voices (International Perspectives on Higher Education Research, Volume 8). (pp.85-111) Cambridge, MA: Emerald Group Publishing Inc..
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González, J., & Ryujin, K.  (2013). Of color beyond Black and White.  Views from the frontline: Voices of conscience on college campuses. (pp.19-40) Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2009). What's Happening: A critical understanding of Latina doctoral and professional students.  Standing on the outside looking in: Underrepresented students' experiences in advanced-degree programs. Sterling, Va: Stylus.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2008). Damning Historical Visual Archives: Deficit Photographing of Mexicans and the Schooling Process.  American Educational History Journal. 35(2), 293-313.
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Turner, C., Hernandez, E., Pena, M., & Gonzalez, J.  (2008). New Voices in the Struggle/Nuevas Voces en la Lucha: Toward Increasing Latina/o Faculty in Theological Education.  Journal of Hispanic Higher Education. 7(4), 321-335.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2007). The Ordinary-ness of Institutional Racism: The Effect of History and Law in the Segregation and Integration of Latinas/os in Schools.  American Educational History Journal. 34(2), 331-345.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2007). Surviving the Doctorate and Thriving as Faculty: Latina Junior Faculty Reflecting on Their Doctoral Studies Experiences.  Equity & Excellence in Education. 40(4), 291-300.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2007). Expanding our thinking of resiliency from k-12 to higher education: Resolute experiances of academic Latinas.  Resiliency reconsidered: Policy implications of the resiliency movement. Charlotte, N.C.: IAP.
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Gonzalez, J., & Davis, D.  (2007). Can We All Get Along?/Pueden Convivir Todas Las Razas?: The 15th Anniversary of the Los Angeles Riots and the Status of Urban Schooling.  Educational Studies. 42(3), 208-212.
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Gonzalez, J., & Portillos, E.  (2007). The Undereducation and Overcriminalization of U.S. Latinas/os: A Post-Los Angeles Riots LatCrit Analysis.  Educational Studies: A Journal of the American Educational Studies Association. 42(3), 247-266.
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Gonzalez, J.  (2006). Academic Socialization Experiences of Latina Doctoral Students: A Qualitative Understanding of Support Systems that Aid and Challenges that Hinder the Process.  Journal of Hispanic Higher Education. 5(4), 347-365.
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