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"Is the respondent from the central region of Mexico?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" South "Is the respondent from the south region of Mexico?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" Family in destination "Do you have family in your de- sired destination?" First crossing "Was your last crossing attempt your first?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" ( continued ) Agency and Resilience Along the Arizona-Sonora Border ± 537 Downloaded from by guest on 12 November 2018
Table A2. Descriptions for Dependent, Selection, and Independent Variables Used in the Heckman Probit Model (continued) Survey Question Metric Number of lifetime apprehensions "How many times have you been apprehended by any U.S. au- thority, including your most re- cent apprehension?" Count (number of times) Have lived in United States "Have you ever lived or worked in the United States?" Current home in United States "Is your current home in the United States?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" Used a coyote or guide "Did you use a coyote or guide dur- ing your last crossing attempt?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" Days traveled "How many days did you spend traveling in the desert before be- ing apprehended or picked up to proceed to the next leg of the journey?" Count (number of days) Perceives crossing as very/ extremely dangerous "Respondent perceives the cross- ing as ‘very’ or ‘extremely dan- gerous’ after their most recent attempt." 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" Possible you will cross again? "Is it possible that you will cross the border again without papers?" 1 ¼ "yes"; 0 ¼ "no" Source : Migrant Border Crossing Survey I. 538 ± Mart ± ınez and Ward Downloaded from by guest on 12 November 2018
Table A3. Average Marginal Effects for Heckman Probit Selection Model Explaining “Potential Deterrence” (outcome) and “Having Heard of the Minutemen” (selection) Variables Pr Pr (heard ¼ 1) (deterrence ¼ 1 / heard ¼ 1) General human and financial capital Male .18 * .12 (.074) (.088) Age (years) 25-34 .11 * .07 (.048) (.053) 35-44 .06 .04 (.056) (.044) 45 þ .20 * .14 (.085) (.089) Log household income .06 *** 2 .15 *** (.018) (.039) Years of formal education .02 *** .01 (.005) (.008) Indigenous language speaker 2 .17 *** 2 .12 (.052) (.071) Region of origin North .18 * .12 (.082) (.086) Central .14 * .10 (.058) (.066) South .07 .05 (.053) (.046) Migration-specific social capital Family in destination .03 .02 (.040) (.030) Migration-specific human capital First crossing 2 .19 ** ² .01 (.071) (.143) Apprehensions .01 ² .01 (.005) (.007) Have lived in United States .13 * .09 (.053) (.057) Current home in United States .20 (.109) Context of last crossing attempt Used a coyote or guide 2 .14 ** .13 (.044) (.079) Days traveled 2 .04 (.024) ( continued ) Agency and Resilience Along the Arizona-Sonora Border ± 539 Downloaded from by guest on 12 November 2018
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