ResultsFound: 106 postsStudies with keyword "immigration"
2016 study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) that provides one of the most comprehensive analyses to date of the many fluid dimensions of population movement across societies.
A 2016 study from Princeton, published in The American Journal of Sociology, aims to show that U.S. border enforcement has not been effective in stemming the tide of illegal immigration.
Immigration to the United States from Latin America has long been a subject of heated debate, and it has become particularly contentious throughout the 2016 presidential campaign. Some candidates have employed strong rhetoric about building walls and deporting “illegals,” while others have decried how immigration policies break up families. For Latin Americans, the decision to migrate is often […]
A Columbia researcher’s study that examines the roots of anti-Americanism in the Middle East and greater Muslim world to determine whether it is policy-based or extends to all things American.
Linda Greenhouse, who reported on the Supreme Court for three decades for The New York Times, shared her thoughts about the polarization of the nation’s highest court as well as President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland and and the legacy of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Today’s politically divided Supreme Court is anomalous in U.S. history, said Greenhouse, […]
Semester-long course on political reporting, including covering governance in the United States, the democratic process, and how to cover elections,
2015 study published in Demography that analyzes immigration’s effect on the childcare prices and women’s childbearing decisions.
2014 selection of studies that explores the complex history, political convictions and changing nature of persons of Cuban origin living in the United States.
2015 review of research related to Muslims in France, and the terrorist attacks on the French satirical news outlet Charlie Hebdo and a chemical plant near Lyon.
2015 study published in Police Quarterly that uses red light camera observations to measure racial disparities in traffic violations in an attempt to clarify conflicting evidence related to racial profiling.