professor of Sociology at Princeton University
Douglas Massey is professor of Sociology at Princeton University and co-director of the Mexican Migration Project at Princeton's Office of Population Research. Massey is the author of "Smoke and Mirrors: U.S. Immigration Policy in the Age of Globalization" (2001, with Jorge Durand and Nolan Malone) and "Worlds in Motion: International Migration at the End of the Millennium" (1998, with Joaquín Arango, Graeme Hugo, Ali Kouaouci, Adela Pellegrino and J. Edward Taylor).
Douglas Massey appears in the following:
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
"I think it's a moral imperative that we grant these people an amnesty because they were often toddlers and children when they entered the United States. And they are not guilty of anything except obeying their parents."
--Douglas Massey on immigration status in the U.S
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
More and more recent immigrants to the US are choosing to settle in smaller towns and cities across the country, instead of in the traditional gateway cities like New York and Los Angeles. Sociologist Douglas Massey
explains more about how the geography of the American immigrant experience is changing. His ...