Gonzales, Roberto G. In press. Assessing Human Capital and Intergenerational Mobility Among 1.5 Generation Undocumented Young Adults. In Poverty, Inequality, and Immigration, David Card and Steven Raphael, eds. New York: Russell Sage.
Gonzales, Roberto G. In press. “Ni de aqui, ni de alla:” Undocumented immigrant youth and the challenges of identity formation amid conflicting contexts. In Bilateral Perspectives on Mexican Migration: Demographic, Economic and Incorporation Trends, Harriett Romo and Olivia Lopez, eds. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Gleeson, Shannon, and Roberto G. Gonzales. In press. When do papers matter? An institutional analysis of undocumented life in the United States. International Migration.
Gonzales, Roberto G., and Leo R. Chavez. 2012. “Awakening to a Nightmare:” Abjectivity and illegality in the lives of undocumented 1.5 generation Latino immigrants in the United States. Current Anthropology. 53(3).
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2011. In spite of the odds: Undocumented immigrant youth, school networks, and college success. In Is Becoming an American a Developmental Risk? Cynthia García Coll and Amy Marks, eds. Washington DC: APA Books.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2011. Learning to be illegal: Undocumented youth and shifting legal contexts in the transition to adulthood. American Sociological Review 76(4).
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2011. Where do we go from here? Undocumented youth and an effort requiring the entire village. UC Berkeley Center for Latino Policy Research.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2010. On the wrong side of the tracks: The consequences of school stratification systems for unauthorized Mexican students. Peabody Journal of Education 85(4): 469.
Abrego, Leisy J., and Roberto G. Gonzales. 2010. Blocked paths, uncertain futures: The postsecondary education and labor market prospects of undocumented youth. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 15(1): 144-57.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2010. More than just access: Undocumented students navigating the post-secondary terrain. Journal of College Admission (206): 48-52.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2009. Young lives on hold: The college dreams of undocumented students (with a foreword by Marcelo Suárez-Orozco.) The College Board.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2009. Vidas jóvenes en espera: Los sueños universitarios de estudiantes indocumentados. (Prólogo de Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco). The College Board.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2009. Why integration matters: Undocumented immigrant youth and making a case for moving beyond enforcement. In The Role of Local Police: Striking A Balance Between Immigration Enforcement and Civil Liberties. The Police Foundation.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2009. Dirty pretty things: The state, global migration and survival in contemporary cities. In Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film, K. Feltey and J. Sutherland, eds. London: Sage Press.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2009. On the rights of undocumented children. Society 46(5): 419-22.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2008. Left out but not shut down: Political activism and the undocumented Latino student movement. Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy 3(2): 219-39.
Rumbaut, Rubén G., Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, and Charlie V. Morgan. 2008. Inmigración, encarcelamiento y delincuencia en los Estados Unidos de América: La percepción pública frente a la evidencia empírica. In Procesos de infracción de normas y de reacción a la infracción de normas: dos tradiciones criminológicas. Nuevos estudios en homenaje al profesor Alfonso Serrano Gómez, Alfonso Serrano Maíllo y José Luis Guzmán Dálbora, eds. Madrid: Editorial Dykinson.
Gonzales, Roberto G. 2007. Wasted talent and broken dreams: The lost potential of undocumented students. Immigration Policy: In Focus 5(13). Immigration Policy Center, of the American Immigration Law Foundation, Washington DC.
Rumbaut, Rubén G., Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, and Charlie V. Morgan. 2006. Debunking the myth of immigrant criminality: Imprisonment among first- and second-generation young men. In Migration Information Source, June 1, 2006 (with Rubén G. Rumbaut, Golnaz Komai, and Charlie V. Morgan).
Rumbaut, Rubén G., Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, Charlie V. Morgan, and Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada. 2006. Immigration and incarceration: Patterns and predictors of imprisonment among first- and second-generation young adults. In Immigration and Crime: Ethnicity, Race, and Violence, Martinez, R. and A. Valenzuela, eds. New York University Press.