What motivates people to cross the U.S. border from Mexico illegally, despite the dangers? A new study says it depends on the attitudes of the migrant.
About Jim Almo
Jim Almo holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Anthropology. He has engaged in projects focused on social justice as both an assistant and principle researcher, and has presented his research at local and regional academic conferences.
Jim's area of interest is finding and illuminating the connections among cultural capital, economic power, and social status. He also works as a freelance writer, and loves to cook vegetarian meals with his family.