Howley Hall 102
Ph.D. - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
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, 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, Eve., Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, "Rising Souls: Religion and Family Relationships among Latino Adolescents". August, 2014.
Veliz, 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, Eve., Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, Portland, OR, "Variations in Adolescent Disclosure Among Latinas". October, 2013.
Veliz, Eve., American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, "Silence is Deafening: Parental Communication About Sexual Behavior in Latino Families". August, 2011.
Veliz, 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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