Title — Assistant Professor of Sociology
Office — Phillips 409E
Phone — 202-994-6897
E-mail — email@example.com
Areas of Expertise —
Professor Ishizawa's research interests are in the areas of social and family demography, immigration, sociology of language, urban sociology, race/ethnicity, and children and youth.
Civic Participation among Young Adults across Immigrant Generations
Immigrant Incorporation through Volunteering: Mexican Young Adults in the United States
Measuring Race and Ethnicity in the Censuses of Australia, Canada and the Unites States: Parallels and Paradoxes (with Gillian Stevens and Douglas Grbic)
Ethnic Neighborhoods in Auckland, New Zealand (with Douglas Grbic and Dharma Arunachalam)
The Impact of State-Level Political Context on Homeownership among Asian and Latino Immigrants (with Ryan Allen)
Hiromi Ishizawa received her Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2006. She was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Minnesota Population Center (University of Minnesota) from 2006 to 2008.
Forthcoming. Ishizawa, Hiromi and Kazuyo Kubo. “Domestic or International? Factors Affecting Adoption Decisions.” Journal of Family Issues
2012. Stevens, Gillian, Hiromi Ishizawa, and Xavier Escandell. “Marrying into the American Population: Cross-Nativity Marriages in the United States.” International Migration Review 46(3): 739-758.
2012. Kubrin, Charis and Hiromi Ishizawa. “Why Some Immigrant Neighborhoods are Safer than Others: Divergent Findings from Los Angeles and Chicago.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 641(1): 148-173.
2011. Ishizawa, Hiromi and Gillian Stevens. "Who Arrived First? The Timing of Arrival among Young Immigrant Wives and Husbands." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37(5): 525-542.
2010. Grbic, Douglas, Hiromi Ishizawa, and Charles Crothers. 2010. "Ethnic Residential Segregation in New Zealand, 1991. 2006." Social Science Research 39(1): 25-38.
2009. Ishizawa, Hiromi. 2009. "Dynamics of Spanish-Language Neighborhoods in Chicago and Atlanta: 1990. 2000." Population Research and Policy Review 28(6): 721-746.
2007. Ishizawa, Hiromi and Gillian Stevens. "Non-English Language Neighborhoods in Chicago, Illinois: 2000." Social Science Research 36(3): 1042-1064.
2007. Stevens, Gillian and Hiromi Ishizawa. "Variation among Siblings in the Use of a Non-English Language." Journal of Family Issues 28(8): 1008-1025.
2006. Ishizawa, Hiromi, Catherine T. Kenney, Kazuyo Kubo, and Gillian Stevens. "Constructing Interracial Families through Intercountry Adoption." Social Science Quarterly 87(5): 1207-1224. Supplemental/Special Issue on Ethnicity.
2004. Ishizawa, Hiromi. "Minority Language Use among Grandchildren in Multigenerational Households." Sociological Perspectives 47(4): 465-483.
2012. Stevens, Gillian and Hiromi Ishizawa. “Migration and the Measuring of Time.” In The Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies, edited by Steven J. Gold and Stephanie J. Nawyn. London and New York: Routledge.
2006. Stevens, Gillian, Mary E. M. McKillip, and Hiromi Ishizawa. Intermarriage in the Second Generation: Choosing Between Newcomers and Natives. Migration Information Source.
2006. Ishizawa, Hiromi. Child Care Arrangements of Language Minority Children and Care Provider's Language Use. CSE Report No.674. Los Angeles, CA: University of California, National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.
SOC 2181: Sociology of Immigration (undergraduate level)
SOC 2169: Urban Sociology (undergraduate level)
SOC 2101: Social Research Methods (undergraduate level)
SOC 2102: Techniques of Data Analysis (undergraduate level)
SOC 6231: Data Analysis (graduate level)