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Understanding Attitudes Toward Migrants

Emerging Scholars Workshops Session 1

Friday, January 15, 2021

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Pacific Time)


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The Center for the Study of International Migration (UCLA) and the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (UCSD) invite you to attend the “Emerging Immigration Scholars” workshops, scheduled every other Friday from 12-2 pm Pacific, starting on January 15 and continuing until March 12. The workshops seek to create an interdisciplinary space for junior immigration scholars to share drafts of their research and writing projects and elicit feedback from one another as well as the community of migration scholars throughout the UC system. The workshops are open to the public. Workshop sessions will feature brief presentations by authors followed by comments, segueing quickly to discussion.

All papers are available via a shared box folder. Persons interested in gaining access to the papers should contact Sophia Ángeles at slangeles@g.ucla.edu or Warren Tam at w2tam@ucsd.edu for password.

Session 1 Theme: Understanding Attitudes Toward Migrants

Nicolas AjzenmanAssistant Professor, São Paulo School of Economics – Fundação Getulio Vargas, "Immigration, Crime, and Crime (Mis)Perceptions"

Antonella BandieraAssistant Professor, Department of Political Science, ITAM, Mexico City, "Does Empathy Trump Anxiety? Experimental Evidence on Immigration Policy Preferences in Mexico"

Hajar Yazdiha, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Southern California, "Delimiting “Good Muslims” from “Bad Muslims” through Counterterrorism: How Community Policing to Counter Violent Extremism Patterns Muslim Immigrants’ Divergent Perceptions of Citizenship"
 
Commentator
Claire AdidaAssociate Professor, Department of Political Science, Co-Director, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (CCIS), Executive Board Member, Evidence in Governance and Politics Groups (EGAP), and Faculty Affiliate, Policy Design and Evaluation Lab (PDEL), and the Stanford Immigration Policy Lab, University of California, San Diego.

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