Research Funding

“CNH: Feedbacks Between Human Community Dynamics and Socioecological Vulnerability in a Biodiversity Hotspot.” Scott Yabiku (Principal Investigator), with Sharon Hall, Abigail York, Dirgha Ghimire, Li An, Jennifer Glick, and Sean Murphy. Award #1211498. National Science Foundation, Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program,  2012-2017, $1,449,521 total costs.

“Family Migration and Early Life Outcomes.” Scott Yabiku (Data Collection and Data Management Core Director), with Jennifer E. Glick (Program Project Director), and others. 1P01HD080659. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $4,867,581 total costs.

Innovation in the Measurement of Community Contextual Features. Scott Yabiku (Principal Investigator), with Jennifer Glick, Dirgha Ghimire, and Elizabeth Wentz. R21HD073758. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $430,853 total costs.

“School Characteristics and Marriage Timing.” Scott Yabiku (Principal Investigator).  R03HD057357. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2/1/2008-1/31/2011, $142,015 total costs.

“PIRE Collaborative Research and Training in Social Context, Population Processes, and Environmental Change.”  Scott Yabiku (Co-Principal Investigator), with William Axinn (Principal Investigator), Jianguo Liu, Lisa Pearce, and Li An. OISE-0729709. National Science Foundation, 2007-2012, $2,498,646 total costs.

“Family Migration Context, Development and Early School Outcomes.” Scott Yabiku (Co-Investigator), with Jennifer E. Glick (Principal Investigator) and Laura Hanish.  R21HD058141. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2009-2012, $404,810 total costs.

“Health Disparities Research at SIRC: Cultural Processes in Risk and Resiliency.” Scott Yabiku (Co-Investigator), with Flavio Marsiglia (Project Director) and others. P20MD002316. National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, 2007-2012, $7,052,398 total costs, and renewal 2012-2017, $6,300,000 total costs.

“Childbearing Dynamics in a Setting of High HIV Prevalence And Massive ART Rollout.” Scott Yabiku (Co-Investigator), with Victor Agadjanian (Principal Investigator) and Cecilia Menjívar. R01HD058365. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2008-2013, $1,635,660 total costs.

“Men’s Migration and Women’s HIV/AIDS risks.” Scott Yabiku (Co-Investigator), with Victor Agadjanian (Principal Investigator) and Cecilia Menjívar. R21HD048257. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 5/15/2006-4/30/2008, $305,129 total costs.

“Religious Organizations and HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care.” Scott Yabiku (Co-Investigator), with Victor Agadjanian (Principal Investigator) and Cecilia Menjívar. R01HD05175. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 8/28/2006-6/30/2010, $1,033,236 total costs.

Peer-Reviewed Publications (recent)

Yabiku, Scott T., Jennifer E. Glick, Elizabeth Wentz, Dirgha J. Ghimire, and Qunshan Zhao. Forthcoming. Comparing Paper and Tablet Modes of Retrospective Activity Space Data Collection. Survey Research Methods.

Yabiku, Scott T. and Victor Agadjanian. Forthcoming. Father’s Labor Migration and Children’s School Discontinuation in Rural Mozambique. International Migration.

Sullivan, Abigail, Abigail M York, Li An, Scott T Yabiku, and Sharon J Hall. 2017. How does perception at multiple levels influence collective action in the commons? The case of Mikania micrantha in Chitwan, Nepal. Forest Policy and Economics.

Sullivan, Abigail, Abigail York, Dave White, Sharon Hall, and Scott Yabiku. 2017. De jure versus de facto institutions: trust, information, and collective efforts to manage the invasive mile-a-minute weed (Mikania micrantha). International Journal of the Commons.

Glick, Jennifer E. and Scott T. Yabiku. 2016. Migrant children and migrants’ children: Nativity differences in school enrollment in Mexico and the United States. Demographic Research 35: 201-228.

Huang, Chih-Chien, Scott T. Yabiku, Stephanie Ayers, and Jennie J Kronenfeld. 2016. The obesity pay gap: gender, body size, and wage inequalities—a longitudinal study of Chinese adults, 1991–2011. Journal of Population Research 33: 221-242.

Gager, Constance T., Scott T. Yabiku, Miriam R. Linver. 2016. Conflict or Divorce? Does Parental Conflict and/or Divorce Increase the Likelihood of Adult Children’s Cohabiting and Marital Dissolution? Marriage & Family Review. 52: 243-261.

Huang, Chih-Chien, Scott T. Yabiku, Jennie J. Kronenfeld. 2015. The Effects of Household Technology on Body Mass Index among Chinese Adults. Population Research and Policy Review 34: 877-899.

Agadjanian, Victor and Scott T. Yabiku. 2015. Religious Belonging, Religious Agency, and Women’s Autonomy in Mozambique. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54: 461-476.

Sangalang, Cindy, Angela Chen, Stephen S. Kulis, and Scott T. Yabiku. 2015. “Development and Validation of a Racial Discrimination Measure for Cambodian American Adolescents.” Asian American Journal of Psychology 6(1): 56-65.

Glick, Jennifer E. and Scott T. Yabiku. 2015. “A moving paradox: A binational view of obesity and residential mobility.” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 17(2): 489-497.

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