Communication Culture Critique 103 479 498 doi101111cccr12167 Bratsberg B Ragan

Communication culture critique 103 479 498

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Process. Communication, Culture & Critique, 10(3), 479-498. doi:10.1111/cccr.12167 Bratsberg, B., Ragan, Jr., J. F., & Nasir, Z. M. (2002). The Effect of Naturalization on Wage Growth: A Panel Study of Young Male Immigrants. Journal of Labor Economics, 20(3), 568-597. doi:10.1086/339616 C:\\UVI-IRB STUDENT PROTOCOL REVIEW APPLICATION FORM V.3 FY2016
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Charles, V. S. (2017). Mapping the Contours of the History of the Extension of U.S. Citizenship to Puerto Rico, 1898-Present. Centro Journal, 29(1), 38-55. Hernández, D. M. (2010). Deportation Nation: Outsiders in American History. By Daniel Kan- stroom. Law & Society Review, 44(1), 202-204. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5893.2010.00400_8.x Stevenson, D. (2018). Americanized: Rebel without a Green Card by Sara Saedi. Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, 71(6), 260-260. doi:10.1353/bcc.2018.0127 United States Virgin Islands - Citizenship, Emigration, Immigration & Nationality. (2018). Foreign Law Guide. doi:10.1163/2213-2996_flg_com_039089 Villalón, R. (2010). Formal Barriers to Citizenship. Violence Against Latina Immigrants, 41-78. doi:10.18574/nyu/9780814788233.003.0003 3. Subject Population: Describe the characteristics of the participant population including the inclusion and exclusion criteria and the number of participants you plan to recruit: I am going to be investigating a population of green card holders from the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The 50 participants will come from the Virgin Islands because most of the population in these regions consist of green card holders looking to achieve permanent US citizenship after the naturalization of their green cards. The participant age range will be between 18-35 years. They will include different ethnicities, especially the immigrants, who don’t have English as their primary language, with a middle class economic status and a high school education level; and have moved to the US Virgin Islands from their home countries seeking permanent residence and US citizenship. Those immigrants who have English as their primary language and higher education levels will be left out because they might have lived in the US for more than five years, achieved enough education to climb the economic ladder and therefore avoid some of the major barriers to green card naturalization. 4. Recruitment Procedure: Describe your recruitment strategies including how the potential participants will be approached and precautions that will be taken to minimize the possibility of undue influence or coercion. Include copies of the recruitment letters, leaflets, etc. in your submission. The participants will be contacted through leaflets which will be placed on public transportation and benches on the streets, asking people to be recruitment for the study and share their experiences on the challenges they had to face to acquire permanent US citizenship. Some of the participants who are unable to access these leaflets, such as the prisoners and the cognitively impaired will be approached on a face to face basis, after seeking permission from their C:\\UVI-IRB STUDENT PROTOCOL REVIEW APPLICATION FORM V.3 FY2016
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