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Book Synopsis The Economic Impact of Undocumented Immigrants on Public Health Services in Orange County by : Orange County Task Force on Medical Care for Illegal Aliens
Download or read book The Economic Impact of Undocumented Immigrants on Public Health Services in Orange County written by Orange County Task Force on Medical Care for Illegal Aliens and published by . This book was released on 1978 with total page 86 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis Undocumented Immigrants by : Cathleen Small
Download or read book Undocumented Immigrants written by Cathleen Small and published by Greenhaven Publishing LLC. This book was released on 2017-12-15 with total page 64 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Who are undocumented immigrants? What happens to undocumented immigrants after they are discovered in the United States? These questions and more are answered by this comprehensive look at a hot topic that is often debated on news programs and online. The accessible, objective text and full-color photographs give readers a balanced look at this complicated issue, and detailed sidebars provide additional information. Readers will benefit from having their critical-thinking skills strengthened as they examine this challenging issue.
Book Synopsis Undocumented Immigrants in the United States: An Encyclopedia of Their Experience [2 volumes] by : Anna Ochoa O'Leary
Download or read book Undocumented Immigrants in the United States: An Encyclopedia of Their Experience [2 volumes] written by Anna Ochoa O'Leary and published by ABC-CLIO. This book was released on 2014-02-25 with total page 884 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This two-volume reference work addresses the dynamic lives of undocumented immigrants in the United States and establishes these individuals' experiences as a key part of our nation's demographic and sociological evolution. • Offers a comprehensive, contemporary portrait of undocumented immigrants living in the United States • Provides timely insights about struggles for inclusion and the many diverse and valuable contributions to the fabric of American society • Presents evidence-based information that can help promote rational assessment of the issues arising from irregular immigration in the United States • Illuminates issues of undocumented immigrant assimilation and adaptation, especially as they affect subsequent generations in their quest for the American Dream • Shows immigration and border enforcement issues that challenge the lives of those present in the United States without authorization • Offers a way to compare regions and different contexts within a geographically vast and culturally diverse United States • Supplies a reference set ideal for upper high school and undergraduate students as well as the general public
Book Synopsis Shadowed Lives: Undocumented Immigrants in American Society by : Leo R. Chavez
Download or read book Shadowed Lives: Undocumented Immigrants in American Society written by Leo R. Chavez and published by Cengage Learning. This book was released on 2012-03-12 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: One of the few case studies of undocumented immigrants available, this insightful anthropological analysis humanizes a group of people too often reduced to statistics and stereotypes. The hardships of Hispanic migration are conveyed in the immigrants' own voices while the author's voice raises questions about power, stereotypes, settlement, and incorporation into American society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Book Synopsis The Children of Undocumented Immigrants by : David M. Haugen
Download or read book The Children of Undocumented Immigrants written by David M. Haugen and published by Greenhaven Publishing LLC. This book was released on 2013-08-08 with total page 104 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Migration Policy Institute released a fact sheet in 2016, stating that children born in the U.S. of a parent or parents who are undocumented immigrants, are placed at a severe disadvantage in life. This data was collected from 5.1 million children who are living with an unauthorized immigrant parent. Researchers found that these children are likely not to be enrolled in preschool, are likely to be held in a socioeconomic level that keeps them from developing and gaining access to resources, and are likely to fail in English proficiency that is necessary to move ahead in life. Place on top of that, the stress that their parent might be deported at any minute. These children are at risk, without a doubt. While U.S. policies on immigration and border control are hotly debated, this volume makes sure that we don't forget what's really at stake, the future of our young. Your readers are given the full breadth of perspectives on this topic, through eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, and newspaper accounts. Important details are pulled out from the text and presented in italicized font so that readers can track the facts, and refer to them for research and report writing. Most important of all, by reading balanced and well-researched entries, students will be able to form intelligent opinions on this pressing issue.
Book Synopsis Undocumented Immigrants in an Era of Arbitrary Law by : Robert F. Barsky
Download or read book Undocumented Immigrants in an Era of Arbitrary Law written by Robert F. Barsky and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2015-08-11 with total page 220 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book describes the experiences of undocumented migrants, all around the world, bringing to life the challenges they face from the moment they consider leaving their country of origin, until the time they are deported back to it. Drawing on a broad array of academic studies, including law, interpretation and translation studies, border studies, human rights, communication, critical discourse analysis and sociology, Robert Barsky argues that the arrays of actions that are taken against undocumented migrants are often arbitrary, and exercised by an array of officials who can and do exercise considerable discretion, both positive and negative. Employing insights from a decade-long research project, Barsky also finds that every stop along the migrant’s pathway into, and inside of, the host country is strewn with language issues, relating to intercultural communication, interpretation, gossip, hearsay, and the challenges of peddling of linguistic wares in the social discourse marketplace. These language issues are almost always impediments to anodyne or productive interactions with host country officials, particularly on the "front-lines" where migrants encounter border patrol and law enforcement officers without adequate means of communicating their situation or understanding their rights. Since undocumented people are categorized as ‘illegal’, they can be subjected to abuse and exploitation by host country officials, who can choose to either tolerate or punish them on the basis of unpredictable, changeable, and even illusory or "arbitrary" laws and regulations. Citing experts at every level of the undocumented immigrant apparatuses worldwide, from public defenders to interpreters, Barsky concludes that the only viable policy to address prevailing abuses and inequalities is to move towards open borders, an approach that would address prevailing issues and, surprisingly, provide security and economic benefits to both host and home countries.
Book Synopsis Impacts and Undocumented Persons: The Quest for Usable Data in San Diego County 1974-1986. by :
Download or read book Impacts and Undocumented Persons: The Quest for Usable Data in San Diego County 1974-1986. written by and published by SCERP and IRSC publications. This book was released on with total page 88 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis A Fiscal Impact Analysis of Undocumented Immigrants Residing in San Diego County by : Louis M. Rea
Download or read book A Fiscal Impact Analysis of Undocumented Immigrants Residing in San Diego County written by Louis M. Rea and published by . This book was released on 1992 with total page 156 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis Immigration, Assimilation, and Border Security by : Yoku Shaw-Taylor
Download or read book Immigration, Assimilation, and Border Security written by Yoku Shaw-Taylor and published by Government Institutes. This book was released on 2011-12-16 with total page 236 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Immigration reform and border security are highly charged topics in America today. Immigration, Assimilation, and Border Security examines the history of immigration along with today's debate. This book shows how attitudes about immigration have shifted and the author examines recent developments in immigration policy and border security.
Book Synopsis The Effect of Employer Sanctions on the Flow of Undocumented Immigrants to the United States by : Keith Crane
Download or read book The Effect of Employer Sanctions on the Flow of Undocumented Immigrants to the United States written by Keith Crane and published by University Press of America. This book was released on 1990 with total page 112 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Book Synopsis Counseling Across Cultures by : Paul B. Pedersen
Download or read book Counseling Across Cultures written by Paul B. Pedersen and published by SAGE Publications. This book was released on 2015-01-14 with total page 584 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Offering a primary focus on North American cultural and ethnic diversity while addressing global questions and issues, Counseling Across Cultures, Seventh Edition, edited by Paul B. Pederson, Walter J. Lonner, Juris G. Draguns, Joseph E. Trimble, and María R. Scharrón-del Río, draws on the expertise of 48 invited contributors to examine the cultural context of accurate assessment and appropriate interventions in counseling diverse clients. The book’s chapters highlight work with African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos/as, American Indians, refugees, individuals in marginalized situations, international students, those with widely varying religious beliefs, and many others. Edited by pioneers in multicultural counseling, this volume articulates the positive contributions that can be achieved when multicultural awareness is incorporated into the training of counselors.
Book Synopsis Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe by : Anna Triandafyllidou
Download or read book Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe written by Anna Triandafyllidou and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2016-05-06 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: With specific attention to irregular migrant workers - that is to say, those without legal permits to stay in the countries in which they work - this volume focuses on domestic work, presenting studies from ten European countries, including Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain. Offering a comparative analysis of irregular migrants engaged in all kinds of domestic work, the authors explore questions relating to employment conditions, health issues and the family lives of migrants. The book examines the living and working conditions of irregular migrant domestic workers, their relations with employers, their access to basic rights such as sick leave, sick pay, and holiday pay, as well as access to health services. Close consideration is also given to the challenges for family life presented by workers' status as irregular migrants, with regard to their lives both in their countries of origin and with their employers. Through analyses of the often blurred distinction between legality and illegality, the notion of a ’career’ in domestic work and the policy responses of European nations to the growth of irregular migrant domestic work, this volume offers various conceptual developments in the study of migration and domestic work. As such, it will appeal to sociologists, political scientists, geographers and anthropologists with interests in migration, gender, the family and domestic work.
Book Synopsis Critical Race Judgments by : Bennett Capers
Download or read book Critical Race Judgments written by Bennett Capers and published by Cambridge University Press. This book was released on 2022-04-21 with total page 725 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Using CRT, this book demonstrates how law can make Black lives, and the lives of other racially marginalized groups, matter.