García Bedolla, L. 2014. Latino Politics, 2nd edition. Cambridge, UK: Polity.
García Bedolla, L. and M. R. Michelson. 2012. Mobilizing Inclusion: Transforming the Electorate through Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns. New Haven: Yale University Press.
García Bedolla, L. 2009. Latino Politics. Cambridge, UK: Polity.
García Bedolla, L. 2005. Fluid Borders: Latino Power, Identity, and Politics in Los Angeles. Berkeley: University of California Press.
JOURNAL ARTICLES, PEER-REVIEWED
Michelson, M. R. and L. García Bedolla. “Mobilization by Different Means: Nativity and GOTV.” International Migration Review, forthcoming.
García Bedolla, L. 2012. “Latino Education, Civic Engagement, and the Public Good.” Review of Research in Education 36: 23-42.
García Bedolla, L. 2010. “Good Ideas Are Not Enough: Considering the Politics Underlying Students’ Postsecondary Transitions.” Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (JESPAR) 15 (1 & 2): 9-26.
Michelson, M. R., L. García Bedolla, and M. McConnell. 2009. “Heeding the Call: The Effect of Targeted Two-Round Phonebanks on Voter Turnout.” Journal of Politics 71 (4): 1549-1563.
García Bedolla, L. and M. R. Michelson. 2009. “What Do Voters Need to Know? Testing the Role of Cognitive Information in Asian American Voter Mobilization.” American Politics Research 37 (2): 254-274.
García Bedolla, L., J. Lavariega Monforti, and A. Pantoja. 2007. “A Second Look: The Latina/o Gender Gap.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 28 (3 & 4): 147-171.
García Bedolla, L. and B. Scola. 2006. “Finding Intersection: Race, Class, and Gender in the California Recall Vote.” Politics and Gender 2 (1): 5-27.
Alvarez, R. M. and L. García Bedolla. 2004. “The Revolution against Affirmative Action in California: Politics, Economics, and Proposition 209.”State Politics and Policy Quarterly 4 (1): 1-17.
García Bedolla, L. 2003. “The Identity Paradox: Latino Language, Politics, and Selective Dissociation.” Latino Studies 1 (2): 264-283.
Alvarez, R. M. and L. García Bedolla. 2003. “The Foundations of Latino Voter Partisanship: Evidence from the 2000 Elections.” Journal of Politics 65 (1): 31-49.
García Bedolla, L. 2000. “They and We: Identity, Gender, and Politics among Latino Youth in Los Angeles.” Social Science Quarterly 81 (1): 106-222.
JOURNAL ARTICLES, OTHER
García Bedolla, L. 2011. “Educating Immigrant Children: the American DREAM Deferred?” Teachers College Record, http://www.tcrecord.orgID Number: 16310.
García Bedolla, L. 2009. “Why U.S. Foreign Policy Matters: Latino Migration to the United States.” Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies (spring): 50-55.
García Bedolla, L. 2007. “Intersections of Inequality: Understanding Marginalization and Privilege in the Post Civil-Rights Era.” Politics and Gender 3 (2): 232-248.
García Bedolla, L. 2005. “The Gender, Race, and Ethnic Implications of Initiative Policymaking in California.” California Policy Issues Annual 6: 21-33.
García Bedolla, L. 2005. “Resources and Civic Engagement: the Importance of Social Capital for Latino Political Incorporation.” Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy 17: 41-54.
García Bedolla, L. and C. Uhlaner. 2004. “Is the Personal Political? Gender, Sexual Misconduct, and the California Recall.” PS: Political Science and Politics 37 (1): 15-18.