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May 13 2018 | NPR
Fact-Checking What John Kelly Said About Immigration Tomas Jimenez, a sociology professor at Stanford, tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro that recent arrivals assimilate just as fast as previous generations. Continue reading NPR's interview with Tomás Jiménez
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May 9 2018 | Urban Institute
ICE worksite raids are back. Here’s what we know about them. Last month, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted a large-scale worksite raid at a meat processing plant in Bean Station, Tennessee, arresting 97 immigrants and grabbing national headlines. This action represents one of the...
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May 2 2018 | Stanford News
Karen Cook, the Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor of Sociology, Director of the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRiSS), and Vice-Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity at Stanford, has been elected to the American Philosophical Society, the oldest learned society in the United States.
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Apr 25 2018 | ABA Journal
Underreporting makes notario fraud difficult to fight If you need to understand a problem in order to solve it, lawyers who fight immigration legal-services fraud are in trouble. Accurate data is impossible to get, they say, because it’s extremely underreported. One potential solution: making...
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Apr 11 2018 | VOX
Motivated reasoning, bias, fake news, conspiracy theories, and more, explained.
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The Migration Policy Institute covers Tomás Jiménez's research on immigration.
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Mar 30 2018 | The New York Times
The New York Times quotes Tomás Jiménez in the article titled "The Americans Our Government Won’t Count." Click here to read full article
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Mar 28 2018 | The Conversation
Sociology graduate student Devon Magliozzi's analysis on school shootings mentioned in the media. The Conversation, The Active shooter drills may reshape how a generation of students views school WFAE, Students Learn How To Save Lives In Case Of School Shooting  
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Mar 16 2018 | Stanford News
While the country made progress on eliminating gender inequality in the latter half of the 20th century, progress has since slowed or stalled entirely, according to a report released by the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. Click here to read the full article
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Feb 23 2018 | The Atlantic
Marco Rubio's Lonely Fight The Florida senator's political and cultural boundary-crossing is hurting him now, but it may be just what America needs in the future.
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