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Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica and Priscilla Yamin. 2020. "The racialization of privacy: racial formation as a family affair." Theory and Society. 

Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica. 2020. "Do Latinos Consider Themselves Mainstream?: The Influence of Region." Sociological Perspectives 63(4):571-88.

Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica. 2017. "If I Can Offer You Some Advice: Rapport and Data Collection in Interviews Between Adults of Different Ages." Symbolic Interaction 40(4):1-20.

Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica, and Kathryn Norton-Smith. 2017. "Talking Back to Controlling Images:  Latinos’ Changing Responses to Racism over the Life Course." Ethnic and Racial Studies:1-19.

Vasquez-Tokos, Jessica. 2015. “Disciplined Preferences: Explaining the (Re)Production of Latino Endogamy.” Social Problems 62 (3): 455-475.

Vasquez, Jessica. 2014. "Race Cognizance and Colorblindness: Effects of Latino/Non-Hispanic white intermarriage." Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 11(2):273–293.

Vasquez, Jessica. 2014. “The whitening hypothesis challenged: Biculturalism in Latino and non-Hispanic white intermarriage,” Sociological Forum 29 (2): 386-407.

—. 2014. "Gender across family generations: Change in Mexican American masculinities and femininities." Identities: Global studies in culture and power 21(5):532–50.

Vasquez, Jessica M. 2010. "Blurred Borders for some but not 'Others': Racialization, 'Flexible Ethnicity,' Gender, and Third Generation Mexican American Identity." Sociological Perspectives 53(1):45-71.

Vasquez, Jessica M., and Christopher Wetzel. 2009. "Tradition and the Invention of Racial Selves: Symbolic boundaries, collective authenticity, and contemporary struggles for racial equality." Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(9):1557-75.