02 Comparative Immigration Politics 2

02 Comparative Immigration Politics 2 - Current Immigration...

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Opinions on Immigration Comparative Immigration Politics Lecture 2 August 27, 2010
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Course Information Syllabus and other links are available on the Blackboard website READ THE SYLLABUS! First assignment will be given today and will be due Friday the 10th
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What is Immigration? Push and Pull Factors Population growth Industrial revolutions Economic opportunity
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Types of Flows Legal Immigrants Refugees Asylum Seekers Illegal Immigrants (aka, undocumented) Visa overstayers Illegal entry
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Legal Immigration to the United States: Fiscal Years 1820 to 2007 (in millions)
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Foreign-Born Population and Foreign Born as Percentage of the Total US Population, 1850 to 2008
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The immigration debate in America A country of immigration African forced migration European migration Population growth Industrial revolution Lack of social disruption Relatively small # of immigrants Economic vitality
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Unformatted text preview: Current Immigration Change from Europe to Latin America & Asia Similar “disruptions” Population growth Industrial revolution Can we continue to be a nation of immigrants? Unskilled immigrants & the economic debates Welfare & Healthcare Family reunification Mexico and the U.S. California,Texas, Arizona Info & Organizations Pro-Immigration Links Federation For American Immigration Reform ( FAIR ) Texas data Center for Immigration Studies Anti-Immigration Links from Southern Poverty Law Center Migration Policy Institute ( MPI ) Understanding our history Tichenor book Immigration in the news News Assignment #1 Due Friday, September 10th Describe one or two reasons that we might want to cut the number of immigrants coming into the United States. Make an argument for or against these reasons. BE CONCISE! 2-3 PARAGRAPHS!...
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2010 for the course GOV 312L taught by Professor Madrid during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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