Immigration / [compiled by] H.W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services.

"Presidential candidate Donald Trump's recent proposals to devote large amounts of federal spending into deporting all undocumented immigrants and to build a wall between the United States and Mexico are only two of the latest controversial ideas in the ongoing discussion over immigration....

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Corporate Author: H.W. Wilson Company.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, 2016.
Edition:[First edition].
Series:Reference shelf ; v. 88, no. 2.
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505 0 0 |g 1.  |t Politics, the law, and immigration reform. Politics and reform in an immigrant nation ;  |t Immigration reform: corporate demands trump human rights /  |r Michelle Chen ;  |t Hey! Who left the border open? /  |r Emily Cadei ;  |t American limbo /  |r Jeffrey Toobin ;  |t Miscalculation on visas disrupts lives of highly skilled immigrants /  |r Julia Preston ;  |t The front line against birthright citizenship /  |r Jonathan Blitzer --  |g 2.  |t Immigration labor, activism, and human rights. Laboring for human rights ;  |t Illegal immigrant detention centers rife with abuses, U.S. Civil Rights Commission report finds /  |r Stephen Dinan ;  |t Immigrant labor, immigrant rights /  |r David Bacon ;  |t Mexican migration-corridor hospitality /  |r Alejandro Olayo-Méndez, Stephen Nathan Haymes, and Maria Vidal de Haymes ;  |t How immigrant activists changed L.A. /  |r Manuel Pastor ;  |t Deadly human trafficking business on Mexico-US border /  |r Axel Storen Weden --  |g 3.  |t Popular conceptions, stereotypes, and biases. Immigration myths and misconceptions ;  |t More than half the nation's governors say Syrian refugees not welcome /  |r Ashley Fantz and Ben Brumfield ;  |t Turning away refugees won't fight terrorism, and might make it worse /  |r Nick Stockton ;  |t Report aims to debunk anti-immigration myths /  |r Yasmin Anwar ;  |t Immigrants and crime: crunching the numbers /  |r Catherine E. Shoichet ;  |t For illegal immigrants with babies, the anchor pulls in many directions /  |r Pamela Constable ;  |t The telling way white Americans react to pictures of dark-skinned immigrants /  |r Jeff Guo --  |g 4.  |t Education, culture, and families. Immigrant family value ;  |t Schools brace for the influx of immigrants /  |r Lesli A. Maxwell ;  |t In U.S. schools, undocumented youths strive to adjust /  |r Corey Mitchell ;  |t Supreme Court guards education for undocumented immigrants /  |r Julie Underwood ;  |t Immigration: assimilation and the measure of an American /  |r Stephanie Hanes ;  |t Requirements keep young immigrants out of Long Island classrooms /  |r Benjamin Mueller ;  |t Bilingualism: when education and assimilation clash /  |r Melinda D. Anderson ;  |t Children of immigration /  |r Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco & Carola Suárez-Orozco --  |g 5.  |t Global and domestic economies. The economic impact of immigration ;  |t Globalization and NAFTA caused migration from Mexico /  |r David Bacon ;  |t The fear of "not enough to go round" /  |r Bridget Anderson ;  |t Let the kids stay /  |r Franklin Foer ;  |t The most entrepreneurial group in America wasn't born in America /  |r Adam Bluestein ;  |t The economics of Syrian refugees /  |r John Cassidy. 
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