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Rima Wilkes
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Does socioeconomic status matter? Race, class, and residential segregation
J Iceland, R Wilkes
Social problems 53 (2), 248-273, 2006
5142006
Hypersegregation in the twenty-first century
R Wilkes, J Iceland
Demography 41 (1), 23-36, 2004
4472004
Anti-Asian discrimination and the Asian-white mental health gap during COVID-19
C Wu, Y Qian, R Wilkes
Race and Ethnicity in Pandemic Times, 101-117, 2021
3302021
“No Thanks, We’re Full”: Individual Characteristics, National Context, and Changing Attitudes Toward Immigration1
R Wilkes, N Guppy, L Farris
International Migration Review 42 (2), 302-329, 2008
2662008
Representations of race and skin tone in medical textbook imagery
P Louie, R Wilkes
Social Science & Medicine 202, 38-42, 2018
2192018
Does size really matter? On the relationship between immigrant group size and anti‐immigrant prejudice
Y Pottie‐Sherman, R Wilkes
International Migration Review 51 (1), 218-250, 2017
1762017
Picturing protest: The visual framing of collective action by First Nations in Canada
C Corrigall-Brown, R Wilkes
American Behavioral Scientist 56 (2), 223-243, 2012
1472012
International students’ post-graduation migration plans and the search for home
C Wu, R Wilkes
Geoforum 80, 123-132, 2017
1392017
The spatial assimilation model reexamined: An assessment by Canadian data
E Fong, R Wilkes
International migration review 33 (3), 594-620, 1999
135*1999
Explaining time trends in public opinion: Attitudes towards immigration and immigrants
R Wilkes, C Corrigall-Brown
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 52 (1-2), 79-99, 2011
1242011
Local–national political trust patterns: Why China is an exception
C Wu, R Wilkes
International Political Science Review 39 (4), 436-454, 2018
1202018
Right-wing parties and anti-foreigner sentiment in Europe
R Wilkes, N Guppy, L Farris
American Sociological Review 72 (5), 831-840, 2007
1102007
First nation politics: deprivation, resources, and participation in collective action
R Wilkes
Sociological Inquiry 74 (4), 570-589, 2004
922004
Media exposure and the engaged citizen: How the media shape political participation
C Corrigall-Brown, R Wilkes
The Social Science Journal 51 (3), 408-421, 2014
902014
The protest actions of indigenous peoples: A Canadian-US comparison of social movement emergence
R Wilkes
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (4), 510-525, 2006
882006
Packaging protest: Media coverage of indigenous people's collective action
R Wilkes, C Corrigall‐Brown, DJ Myers
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 47 (4), 327-357, 2010
842010
Re-thinking the decline in trust: A comparison of black and white Americans
R Wilkes
Social Science Research 40 (6), 1596-1610, 2011
782011
Social change and the gendered division of household labor in Canada
N Guppy, L Sakumoto, R Wilkes
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 56 (2), 178-203, 2019
702019
We trust in government, just not in yours: Race, partisanship, and political trust, 1958–2012
R Wilkes
Social science research 49, 356-371, 2015
702015
Chinese citizen satisfaction with government performance during COVID-19
C Wu, Z Shi, R Wilkes, J Wu, Z Gong, N He, Z Xiao, X Zhang, W Lai, ...
Journal of Contemporary China 30 (132), 930-944, 2021
672021
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