Bradford (Brad) Jones
Professor, Department of Political Science
Office: 573 Kerr Hall
Professor Bradford Jones is a teacher and scholar of race and ethnic politics in the US, immigration opinion, legislative behavior on the immigration issue, as well as statistical methods. His research on these topics has been published in the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics as well as number of other venues. Professor Jones' research examines the nexus between non-Latino perceptions of Latinos and how this relates to policy preferences on the undocumented immigration issue, voting rights and perceptions of discrimination among Latinos in the United States.
Relevant Research for the Migration Research Cluster
- Jones, Bradford, Danielle Joesten Martin, "Path-to-Citizenship or Deportation? How Elite Cues Shaped Opinion on Immigration in the 2010 U.S. House Elections." Political Behavior (2016).
- Jones, Bradford, Regina Branton, Erin C. Cassese, et. al., "All Along the Watchtower: Acculturation Fear, Anti-Latino Affect, and Immigration" The Journal of Politics Volume 73 (2011), 664-679.