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Ph.D. - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
M.P.P. - Social Policy, Duke UniversityB.A. - Political Science, Stanford University
Area(s) of Expertise:
Latino(a) Sociology, Sociology of the Family, Adolescence, Minority Health Disparities
Awards and Honors:
Ford Foundation Minority Dissertation Fellowshop Honorable Mention
Veliz-Moran, Eve. (2014). Rising Souls: Religion and Family Relationships Among Latino Adolesents.
Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.. 18, 151-172.
Veliz-Moran, Eve., Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, "Paper: Religion and Parent-Adolescent Relationships Among Latinos". August, 2014.
Veliz-Moran, Eve., Eastern Sociological Association, Baltimore, MD, "If It's Real Steep, I'll Tell My Mom. To Whom and What Do Latino Adolescents Disclose?". February, 2014.
Veliz-Moran, Eve., Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, Portland, OR, "Variations in Adolescent Disclosure Among Latinas". October, 2013.
Veliz-Moran, Eve., American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, "Silence is Deafening: Parental Communication About Sexual Behavior in Latino Families". August, 2011.
Veliz-Moran, Eve., Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Boston, MA, "'Losing Them' The Effects of the Decline of Familism on Latina Adolescent Risky Behavior". November, 2010.
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