Lichter, D.T., and K. Schafft. (2014). "People and Places Left Behind: Rural Poverty in the New Century." Forthcoming in Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Society (eds., D. Brady and L. Burton). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Qian, Z., and D.T. Lichter. (2013). "Are Recent Trends in Intermarriage Consistent with Assimilation Theory?" Forthcoming in Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective (ed., D. Grusky). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Burton, L. M., D.T. Lichter, R.S. Baker, and J. M. Eason. (2013). "Inequality, Family Processes, and Health in the 'New' Rural America." Journal of Social Issues 57: 1128-1151.
Lichter, D.T. (2013). "Integration or Fragmentation? Racial Diversity and the American Future." Demography 50: 359-391.
Addo, F., and D.T. Lichter. (2013). "Marriage, Marital History, and Black-White Wealth Differentials Among Older Women." Journal of Marriage and Family 75:342-362..
Johnson, K.M., and D.T. Lichter. (2013). "Rural Retirement Destinations: Natural Decrease and the Shared Demographic Destinies of Elderly and Hispanics." Pp. 275-294 in Rural Aging in 21st Century America (eds., N. Glasgow et al.). New York: Springer.
Lichter, D.T., K.M. Johnson, R.N. Turner, and A. Churilla. (2012). "Hispanic Assimilation and Fertility in New U.S. Destinations." International Migration Review 46:767-791.
Lichter, D.T., D. Parisi, and M.C. Taquino. (2012). "The Geography of Exclusion: Race, Segregation, and Concentrated Poverty." Social Problems 59:364-388.
Sassler, S., F. Addo, and D.T. Lichter. (2012). "The Tempo of Sexual Activity and Later Relationship Quality." Journal of Marriage and Family 74:708-725.
Carr, P.J., D.T. Lichter, and M.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, D.T., and L.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, D.T. (2012). "Immigration and the New Racial Diversity in Rural America." Rural Sociology 77:3-35.
Lichter D.T. (2012). "Childbearing among Cohabiting Women: Race, Pregnancy, and Union Transitions." Pp. 209-219 in Early Adulthood in a Family Context (eds., A. Booth, S. L. Brown, N. S. Landale, W. D. Manning, and S. M. McHale. New York: Springer.
Johnson, K.M., and D. 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, D.T., and D. R. Graefe. (2011). "Rural Economic Restructuring: Implications for Children, Youth, and Families." In Economic Restructuring and Family Wellbeing in Rural America (eds., K. Smith and A. Tickamyer). University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.
Qian, Z-C., and D.T. Lichter. (2011). "Changing Patterns of Interracial Marriage in a Multiracial Society." Journal of Marriage and Family 73(October):1065-84.
Lichter, D.T., and D.L. Brown. (2011). "Rural America in an Urban Society: Changing Spatial and Social Boundaries." Annual Review of Sociology 37:565-92.
Lichter, D.T., J.H. Carmalt, and Z-C Qian. (2011). "Immigration and Intermarriage among Hispanics: Crossing Racial and Generational Boundaries." Sociological Forum 26, 241-64.
Parisi, D., D.T. Lichter, and M. Taquino. (2011). "Multi-Scale Residential Segregation: Black Exceptionalism and America's Changing Color Line." Social Forces 89:829-52.
Qian, Z-C., D.T. Lichter, and M.Crowley. (2010). "Chinese Children among the Poor: Comparing U.S. Natives with Immigrants from Taiwan, Mainland China, and Hong Kong." Race and Social Problems 2:137–148. [paper]
Lichter, D.T., R.N. Turner, and S. Sassler. (2010). "National Estimates of the Rise in Serial Cohabitation." Social Science Research 39:754-65. [paper]
Johnson, K.M., and D.T. Lichter. (2010). "Growing Diversity among America"s Children and Youth: Spatial and Temporal Dimensions." Population and Development Review 36(March): 151-75. [pape