Publications

  • Ybarra, Marci A., Alexandra Stanczyk, and Yoonsook Ha. In press. The role of paid leave availability and TANF generosity in welfare participation and material hardship around a birth. Family Relations.
  • Ybarra, Marci A., Yoonsook Ha, and J. Chang. 2017. Health insurance coverage and routine health care use among children by family immigration status. Children & Youth Services Review.
  • Ha, Yoonsook and Marci Ybarra. 2014. "The role of parental immigration status in Latino Families’ Child Care Selection." Children and Youth Services Review 47(P3):  342-351.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2013. "Are strong work-first welfare policies aligned with generous child care provisions? What states are doing and the implications for social work." Families in Society 94(1): 5-13.
  • Ybarra, Marci A. 2013. Implications of paid family leave for welfare participants. Social Work Research 37(4): 375-87.
  • Cancian, Maria, Jennifer L. Noyes, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2012. "The Extended TANF application period and applicant outcomes: Evidence from Wisconsin." Social Work Research 36(4): 273-88.
  • Shaefer, H. Luke, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2012. "The welfare reforms of the 1990s and the stratification of material well-being among low-income households with children." Children and Youth Services Review 34(9): 1810-17.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, Katherine Magnuson, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2012. "Patterns of child care subsidy receipt and the stability of child care." Children and Youth Services Review 34(9): 1834-44.
  • Rodems Sammons, Elizabeth, H. Luke Shaefer, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2011. "The Children’s Bureau and passage of the Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921: Early social work macro practice in action." Families in Society 92(4): 358-63.
  • Selekman, Rebekah, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2011. "More than meets the eye: Preserving economic success among welfare leavers." Journal of Policy Practice 10(3): 206-24.
  • Ybarra, Marci A. 2011. "Should I stay or should I go? Why welfare applicants leave the extended welfare application process." Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 38(1): 55-76.
  • Magaña, Sandra, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2010. "Family and community as strengths in the Latino community." In Social Work Practice with Latinos: Key Issues and Emerging Themes, Rich Furman and Nalini Negi, eds. Lyceum Books.