Mary Campbell

University of Iowa
Sociology

As immigration has increased and interracial relationships have become more common, ethnic inequality has become more complex in the United States, and research has begun to focus more on inequality within, as well as between, ethnic and racial groups. Using data collected by the New Immigrant Survey, Campbell is examining the effect of skin tone on occupational and health inequality for new immigrants to the United States.

Participates in: Fall 2011 Fellows