She will analyze how race and gender affect immigrant incorporation drawing from extensive quantitative and qualitative data about immigrants and natives in the United States. For more information:
The Oral History project is creating an archive of videos of prominent scholars. He was selected for his contributions to theory and methods, especially quantitative research, and as a mentor to innumerable graduate students.
Their paper was presented by Allison McGrath and titled, “Targeting Culture: Feminist Activism and Sexism in Law School Education.”
Professor Dan Cornfield’s Beyond the Beat: Musicians Building Community in Nashville (Princeton University Press) has just been published. Based on in-depth interviews with 75 Nashville music professionals, Cornfield offers a new sociological theory of “artist activism” in recreating artist community for our contemporary era of indie art-making and precarious employment.
In the newly released Journal Citation Reports (JCR) for articles published in 2014, the ASR had the top impact factor score of 4.390.
Donato, Katharine M., Bhumika Piya, and Anna Jacobs. 2014. “The Double Disadvantage Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century.” International Migration Review S1(Fall): S335-376.