Jamie M Goodwin-WhiteDepartment of Geography
1255 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1524
f: 310.206.5976 (dept. office)
office: 1255 BUNCHE HALL
EducationPh.D., University of Washington (Geography), 2005
MA, Arizona State, (Geography), 2001
BA/BS, Arizona State, (Political Science/Geography), 1996
Migration, Immigration, Inequality, Labor Markets, Race, Social Statistics
My research focuses on how social and economic inequalities are generated, maintained, and reproduced geographically. I concentrate on immigration and internal migration patterns as manifestations of spatial inequality, and also on the ways in which geographic contexts condition integration for various immigrant groups and their adult children in the United States. I also conduct research on labor market inequalities, internal migration, immigration, and social mobility in Ireland and the UK.
- Goodwin-White, J. (forthcoming). “Context, Scale, and Generation: Constructions of Belonging from Boom to Bust.” In Gilmartin, M and A White (eds), Ireland in a global world: Migrations. Manchester University Press.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2012). “Is Social Mobility Spatial? Race, immigration, and selective migration 1940-70 and 1970-2000.” California Center for Population Research Working Paper. UCLA.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2012). “Spatial Dynamics of Segmentation and Segregation in Ireland’s Changing Economy”. California Center for Population Research Working Paper. UCLA.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2012). “Emerging Immigrant Geographies: Racial Wages and Migration Selectivity”. Social Science Quarterly 93(3): 779-98.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2009). “Emerging Contexts of Second Generation Labor Markets in the United States.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35(7): 1105-28.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2008). “Placing Progress: Contextual Inequality and Immigrant Incorporation in New York and Los Angeles.” Economic Geography 88(3): 303-41.
- Raymer, J., Giuiletti, C., and J. Goodwin-White. (2008). “White and Non-White Migration between Area Groups in England and Wales.” Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute Working Paper A08/02, 20pp. University of Southampton, UK.
- Goodwin-White, J. (2007). “Dispersion or Concentration for the 1.5 Generation? Destination Choices of the Children of Immigrants in the US”. Population, Space and Place 13: 313-31.
- Goodwin-White, J. and L. Simpson. (2006). “Radical demography”. Radical Statistics: The Journal 91(1), 24.
- Ellis, M., and J. Goodwin-White (2006). “1.5 Generation Internal Mobility: Dispersion from States of Immigration”. International Migration Review 40 (4): 899-926.
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