John Garcia

Research Faculty

Appointments

Faculty Associate, Center for Political Studies
Research Professor, ICPSR

Degree

Ph.D. 1971 Florida State University (Government)

Other

John Garcia’s Curriculum Vitae (CV)


Institute for Social Research (ISR), University of Michigan
Room 2124, Perry Building, 330 Packard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48104, United States

Phone: 734–615–0183
Fax: 734–647–8700
Email: johngarc@umich.edu

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Garcia's primary areas of research are: minority group politics, especially Latinos; political behavior; political mobilization; urban politics; social survey research; and public policy-health.

Selected publications. Please also see John Garcia’s Curriculum Vitae (CV)...

“A Holistic Alternative to Current Survey Research Approaches to Race” in Laura Gomez and Nancy Lopez Mapping ‘Race: A Critical Reader on Health Disparities Research. Rutgers University Press (Rutgers’ Series, Critical Issues in Health and Medicine), forthcoming, 2013.

“Now in the New Millennium: Latinos, Partisanship, and Electoral Engagement” in William Crotty (Editor) Party and Voter Polarization in America (forthcoming, 2013).

“Immigrants and Alien Suffrage: Adding to the Discourse by Integrating Domestic Dual Residency, Globalization and Dual Citizenship” Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, Vol. 24, 2012.

“Latino Immigrants: Transnationalism and Patterns of Multiple Citizenship Patterns” in David Leal and Jose Limon (editors) Immigration and the Border: Politics and Policy in the New Latino Century. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press., forthcoming, 2012.

Fraga, Luis R., Rodney E. Hero, John A. Garcia, Michael Jones-Correa, Valerie Martinez-Ebers, Gary M. Segura 2011 Latinos in the New Millennium: An Almanac of Opinion, Behavior, and Policy Preferences. New York; Cambridge University Press.

ICPSR Summer Internship (REU) for ten work summer research experience for three year period. National Science Foundation, 2012-2014. (Awarded-PI)

The University of Michigan’s Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars Program Small Grants - Developing Race as Multi-dimensional and Health Disparities, October, 2011- September, 2012 (Awarded- PI).