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2.Meaning is the basis for interaction, so wedding ceremonies and age at time of marriage are topics for study. 3.Other issues include: a)How roles within families change as family members age or change. b)How families deal with loss of a spouse or child, unemployment, or sickness. H.Diversity In Contemporary Families1.In America, families are one of the most rapidly changing social institutions. 2.Family size is smaller than in prior generations. 3.There are fewer births, fewer stillbirths, and they are spaced closer together. 4.Families are often made up of my children, your children, and our children. 5.Single families make up a large proportion of households. 6.Children stay at home longer and return home after unsuccessful marriages or completion of college. I.Types of families 1.Single parent families 2.Married couple families 3.Stepfamilies 4.Gay and lesbian families 5.Mixed-status families 6.Transnational families J.La Santa Cecilia – El Hielo (ICE) 1.A Mexican American band based from Los Angeles, CA. K.Racialized History of U.S. Immigration Policy 1.1790: Only “free white persons” 2.1882: Chinese Exclusion Act
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3.1924: Immigration Act – Quotas 4.1930s: Mass Deportation of Mexicans 5.1954: Operation Wetback 6.Change: 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act L.1965 Hart-Cellar Act M.Countries that send us migrants are: 1.Countries where U.S. employers have recruited laborers. 2.Countries with which we trade. 3.Countries where the US military/CIA has been involved. N.Immigrants in the United States, 2012 1.Almost equally divided between LPRs, Citizens, and Undocumented. O.Undocumented migrants: 2010
P.Policy Responses 1.The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 a)Legalization for some undocumented migrants b)Sanctions for employers of undocumented migrants 2.Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 a)Expanded grounds for deportation b)Narrowed grounds for appeals 3.What does this have to do with race or racism? Q.Removals: 1892-2016 R.Who gets deported? 1.98% of deportees are from Latin America and the Caribbean. 2.Most deportees are men.
S.Latinxs more likely to be deported T.How do you get deported? 1.For being out of status. Any undocumented person encountered by ICE or CBP can be deported. 2.For committing a crime. Any legal permanent residency ent convicted of a crime for which the sentence is more than one year faces deportation. 3.Immigrant America: The High Cost of Deporting Parents U.Racial profiling – Police/ICE (Polimigra) cooperation V.Married Couple Families 1.It is becoming increasingly necessary for both spouses to work in order to sustain a median income in this society. 2.This is creating many social challenges, such as: a)Commuter marriages b)Cross-country marriages c)Different work schedules, resulting in little family time d)Increased expenses due to child care costs e)Take-out eating patterns W. Stepfamilies 1.About 40% of all marriages involve stepchildren.

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