Thiede, Brian C., Scott Sanders, and Daniel T. Lichter. 2017. "Demographic Drivers of In-Work Poverty: Family Formation and Change in the United Kingdom and United States." Forthcoming in Handbook of Research on In-Work Poverty (eds., H. Lohmann and I. Marx). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Lichter, Daniel T., and Zhenchao Qian. 2017. “Children at Risk: Diversity, Inequality, and the Third Demographic Transition.” Forthcoming in Low Fertility Regimes and Demographic and Societal Change (eds., D.L Poston, S. Lee, and H. Kim). New York: Springer.
Johnson, Kenneth M., and Daniel T. Lichter. 2016. “Diverging Demography: Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Contributions to U.S. Population Redistribution and Diversity.” Population Research and Policy Review 35:705–725.
Lichter, Daniel T., Domenico Parisi, and Michael C. Taquino. 2016. “Emerging Patterns of Hispanic Residential Segregation: Lessons from Rural and Small-Town America.” Rural Sociology 81:483–518.
Thiede, Brian C., Daniel T. Lichter, and Tim Slack. 2016. “Working, but Poor: The Good Life in Rural America?” Journal of Rural Studies, forthcoming.
Lichter, Daniel T., Katherine Michelmore, Richard N. Turner, and Sharon Sassler. 2016. “Pathways to a Stable Union? Pregnancy and Childbearing Among Cohabiting and Married Couples.” Population Research and Policy Review 35:377–399.
Lichter, Daniel T. and Kai A. Schafft. 2016. “People and Places Left Behind: Rural Poverty in the New Century.” Pp. 318-340 in The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty (eds., David Brady and Linda Burton). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Lichter, Daniel T., Zhenchao Qian, and Dimitry Tumin. 2015. “Whom Do Immigrants Marry? Emerging Patterns of Intermarriage and Integration in the United States.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 662:57-78.
Thiede, Brian C., Daniel T. Lichter, and Scott R. Sanders. 2015. "America's Working Poor: Conceptualization, Measurement, and New Estimates." Work and Occupations 42:267-312.
Lichter, Daniel T., Domenico Parisi, and Michael C. Taquino. 2015. "Toward a New Macro-Segregation? Decomposing Segregation Within and Between Metropolitan Cities and Suburbs." American Sociological Review 80:843-873.
Lichter, Daniel T., Scott R. Sanders, and Kenneth M. Johnson. 2015. "Hispanics at the Starting Line: Poverty among Newborn Infants in Established Gateways and New Destinations." Social Forces 94:209-235.
Parisi, Domenico, Daniel T. Lichter, and Michael C. Taquino. 2015. "The Buffering Hypothesis: Growing Diversity and Declining Black-White Segregation in America's Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns?" Sociological Science 2:125-157.
Lichter, Daniel T., Domenico Parisi, and Michael C. Taquino. 2015. "Spatial Assimilation in U.S. Cities and Communities? Emerging Patterns of Hispanic Segregation from Blacks and Whites." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 660(July): 36-56.
Crowley, Martha, Daniel T. Lichter, and Richard N. Turner. 2015. "Diverging Fortunes? Economic Well-Being of Latinos and African Americans in New Rural Latino Destinations. Social Science Research 51: 77-92.
Lichter, Daniel T., Sharon Sassler, and Richard N. Turner. 2014. "Cohabitation, Post-Conception Unions, and the Rise in Nonmarital Fertility." Social Science Research 47: 134-147.
Lichter, Daniel T., and David L. Brown 2014. "The New Rural-Urban Interface: Lessons for Higher Education." Choices 29(1):1-6.
Qian, Zhenchao, and Daniel T. Lichter. 2013. "Are Recent Trends in Intermarriage Consistent with Assimilation Theory?" In Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective (ed., D. Grusky). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Burton, Linda M., Daniel T. Lichter, Regina S. Baker, and John M. Eason. 2013. "Inequality, Family Processes, and Health in the 'New' RuralAmerica." American Behavioral Scientist 57: 1128-1151.
Lichter, Daniel T. 2013. "Integration or Fragmentation? Racial Diversity and the American Future." Demography 50:359–391.
Addo, Fenaba, and Daniel T. Lichter. 2013. "Marriage, Marital History, and Black-White Wealth Differentials Among Older Women." Journal of Marriage and Family 75: 342 – 362.
Johnson, Kenneth M., and Daniel T. Lichter. 2013. "Rural Retirement Destinations: Natural Decrease and the Shared Demographic Destinies of Elderly and Hispanics." In Rural Aging in 21st Century America (eds., N. Glasgow et al.). New York: Springer.
Lichter, Daniel T., Domenico Parisi, and Michael C. Taquino. 2012. "The Geography of Exclusion: Race, Segregation, and Concentrated Poverty." Social Problems 59:364-388.
Lichter, Daniel T., Kenneth M. Johnson, Richard N. Turner, and Allison Churilla. 2012. "Hispanic Assimilation and Fertility in New Destinations." International Migration Review 46:767–791.
Sassler, Sharon, Fenaba Addo, and Daniel T. Lichter. 2012. "The Tempo of Sexual Activity and Later Relationship Quality." Journal of Marriage and Family 74:708-725.
Carr, Patrick J., Daniel T. Lichter, and Maria J. Kefalas. 2012. "Can Immigration Save Small-Town America? Hispanic Boomtowns and the Uneasy Path to Renewal." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 641:38-57.
Lichter, Daniel T., and Lisa A. Cembaluk. 2012. "Family Change and Poverty in Appalachia." Pp. 81-105 in Appalachian Legacy: Economic Opportunity after the War on Poverty (ed., J. Ziliak). Washington DC: Brookings Institution.
Lichter Daniel T. 2012. "Childbearing among Cohabiting Women: Race, Pregnancy, and Union Transitions." Pp. 209-219 in Early Adulthood in a Family Context (eds., Booth, Brown, Landale, Manning, and S. McHale. New York: Springer.
Johnson, Kenneth M., and Daniel T. Lichter. 2012. "Rural Natural Increase in the New Century: America's Third Demographic Transition?" Pp. 17-34 in International Handbook of Rural Demography (eds., L. J. Kulcsar and K. Curtis). New York: Springer).
Lichter, Daniel T., 2012. "Immigration and the New Racial Diversity in Rural America." Rural Sociology 77:1-34.