Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : Immigration policy in an age of punishment / Philip Kretsedemas and David C. Brotherton Part I. Controlling borders and migrant populations. President Obama's legacy as "deporter in chief" / Tanya Golash-Boza Immigration policy and migrant support organizations in an era of austerity and hope / Deirdre Conlon Ordinary injustices : persecution, punishment, and the criminalization of asylum in Canada / Graham Hudson Seeking asylum in Australia : the role of emotion and narrative in state and civil society responses / Greg Martin and Claudia Tazreiter Critiquing zones of exception : actor-oriented approaches explaining the rise of immigration detention / Matthew B. Flynn and Michael Flynn The controlled expansion of local immigration laws : an analysis of US Supreme Court jurisprudence / Philip Kretsedemas Part II. Producing deportable subjects. The sociology of vindictiveness and the deportable alien / David C. Brotherton and Sarah Tosh Banished yet un-deported : the constitution of a 'floating population' of deportees within France / Carolina Sanchez Boe Fear of deportation as a barrier to immigrant integration / Shirley Leyro Deported to Tijuana : social networks and religious communities / María Dolores París and Gabriel Pérez Duperou Medical deportations : blurring the line between health care and immigration enforcement / Lisa Sun-Hee Park Citizenship in the green card army / Sofya Aptekar The production of immigration exclusions under H-1B and L-1 visas / Payal Banerjee The precarious deportee and human rights in the Dominican Republic / Yolanda Martín.
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