Immigration and the border : politics and policy in the new Latino century / edited by David L. Leal and José E. Limón.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Leal, David L., (Editor), Limón, José Eduardo, (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Notre Dame, Indiana : University of Notre Dame Press, 2012.
Series:Latino perspectives.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Formal and informal institutions in the construction of transnational lives : a study of Mexican and Mexican American experiences in San Antonio, Texas-a Mexican-majority U.S. city / Harriett D. Romo
  • 2. Looking north and the immigrant's social imaginary / Ricardo Ainslie and Daphny Dominguez Ainslie
  • 3. Latino immigrants : transnationalism, patterns of multiple citizenships, and social capital / John A. Garcia
  • 4. The political consequences of Latino immigrant transnational ties / Adrian D. Pantoja [and others]
  • 5. From naturalized citizen to voter : the context of naturalization and electoral participation in Latino communities / Louis Desipio
  • 6. At home abroad? The Dominican diaspora in New York City as a transnational political actor / Adrian Pantoja
  • 7. U.S. and Mexican schools as regulators of dropout rates for Chicano students / Raymond V. Padilla
  • 8. Eligibility, enrollment, utilization : barriers to public insurance access among Latino families in the age of welfare and health care reform / Adela de la Torre [and others]
  • 9. Cultural sensitivity or cultural innovation? A review of interventions to improve enrollment of Latino immigrant children in public insurance programs / Adela de la Torre [and others]
  • 10. Policy actors and the immigration policy process / Lisa Magaña
  • 11. Rhetoric and realities : American immigration policy after September 11, 2001 / Rodolfo Espino and Rafael A. Jimeno
  • 12. Indecent proposal? The rise and success of Arizona Proposition 200 / Sylvia Manzano
  • 13. Proposition 200 in Arizona : déjà vu all over again / Manuel Avalos and Lisa Magaña
  • 14. Are anti-immigrant statements racist or nativist? What difference does it make? / Rene Galindo and Jami Vigil
  • 15. Latino youth activists in the age of globalization / Maria de los Angeles Torres
  • 16. The emerging community leadership and transnational politics of Mexican national immigrants in New England / Martha Montero-Sieburth.