Professor Brad Jones
The LPRG@UC Davis is run by Professor Brad Jones. Professor Jones' research focuses on discrimination, stereotyping and Latina/o politics. In particular, he is interested in questions about how Latina/os see, perceive, and experience discrimination. Additionally, Professor Jones is interested in how immigrants are portrayed, viewed, and treated by nonimmigrant populations. His research on these topics has been published widely, including in top journals like the American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, and Legislative Studies Quarterly. Several Ph.D. students as well as UCD undergraduates work with and assist Professor Jones in LPRG's research. In addition to research, he regularly volunteers to assist Latina/o migrants on the U.S. / Mexico Border.
Graduate and Undegraduate Affiliates
Graduate student affiliates of LPRG@UCD include Natalie Rojas, Rana McReynolds, Maria Pantoja and Fan Lu. We also work with many undergraduates. If you are an undergraduate student interested in the LPRG, email Professor Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Currently we have several affiliates with LPRG including Kristina Flores-Victor, Assistant Professor at UC Sacramento Center, Jeffrey Sherman, Professor of Psychology, UC Davis, Rene Rocha, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Iowa, and Dave Vannette (currently visiting graduate student at UC Davis), Dept. of Communication, Stanford. Dave has been deeply involved in helping us craft and code up our current study.
Alien Citizens and the Canonical Immigrant: Do Stigmatized Attributes Affect Latina/o Judgment about Discrimination? American Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming. (Co-authored with Kristina Flores Victor and David Vannette.)
Effects of belief versus experiential discrimination on race-based linked fate. 2019. Politics, Groups, and Identities. (Co-authored with Fan Lu.)
Path-to-Citizenship or Deportation? How Elite Cues Shaped Opinion on Immigration in the 2010 U.S. House Elections. Political Behavior. 2016. (Co-authored with Danielle Martin Joesten.)