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Human migration

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"People around the world move from their homes for different reasons. Some seek opportunity. Others are fleeing dangerous conditions or have been displaced by environmental disasters. How welcoming should countries be toward immigrants and refugees, and what value do such migrants add to their new surroundings? The diverse viewpoints in this resource explore the benefits and shortcomings of strict immigration policies and open borders, how immigrants can sustain countries and how they can create larger problems, and what the international community is or is not obligated to do to help"--

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Sodus Community Library 325.73 HUM (Text)
Adult Nonfiction
52148300525783
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781534505995
  • ISBN: 1534505997
  • ISBN: 9781534505988
  • ISBN: 1534505989
  • Physical Description: 200 pages ; 23 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Greenhaven Publishing, 2020.

Content descriptions

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
How should the United States control its borders? Trump's stance on border security helped put him in the White House / Danielle Douez -- Will increasing border troops stop illegal immigration? / David Smith and David Agren -- An enforcement-only approach will not solve the immigration problem / Donald Kerwin and Robert Warren -- Immigrant families are separated by Trump policies / Tasnim News Agency -- Republicans, if you want to stop immigration, think about economics / Thomas More Smith -- Open borders would help immigrants and Americans / Joel Newman -- What the research says about border walls / Denise-Marie Ordway -- Should special rules apply to refugee immigrants? Temporary protected status for refugees is in danger / Dara Lind -- Illegal immigrant refugees will no longer be able to seek asylum / NPR -- Sanctuary cities are helping immigrants outwit ICE / John Carlos Frey -- Turkey unlawfully deports Syrian war refugees / Shawn Carrié and Asmaa Al Omar -- The US government unlawfully stops asylum seekers / Erika Guevara Rosas -- Ugandan LGBTQ immigrants seeking asylum in the United States will face further obstacles / Richard Gonzales -- Do immigrants weaken a country? Immigrants will replace retiring Baby Boomers in the American workforce / Gustavo López, Kristen Bialik, and Jynnah Radford -- In most cases, immigrants are not to blame for high crime rates / Dainis Ignatans -- We simply are not sure if immigrants increase crime rates / Robert Farley -- The English Language Unity Act would make English the official US language / GovTrack Insider -- Strict immigration policies hurt US employers / Kavitha Surana -- We are a nation of immigrants who were all strangers once / Tanya Somanader -- Should DACA and Dreamers be allowed to continue? The President is determined to end DACA, but it's not proving easy / Dara Linda -- Stopping DACA brings an end to human and drug trafficking / Hans A. von Spakovsky -- Dreamers are being treated like political hostages / Luis Gómez Romero -- In-state tuition under the DREAM Act violates federal immigration law / Kris Kobach -- Protect the Dreamers, protect the law / Michael Blake -- It's time to end DACA / Hans A. von Spakovsky -- A Resident's Bill of Rights would fix immigration while protecting communities / Nathan Smith -- For further discussion -- Organizations to contact.
Summary, etc.:
"People around the world move from their homes for different reasons. Some seek opportunity. Others are fleeing dangerous conditions or have been displaced by environmental disasters. How welcoming should countries be toward immigrants and refugees, and what value do such migrants add to their new surroundings? The diverse viewpoints in this resource explore the benefits and shortcomings of strict immigration policies and open borders, how immigrants can sustain countries and how they can create larger problems, and what the international community is or is not obligated to do to help"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: United States > Emigration and immigration > Government policy > Juvenile literature.
Immigrants > Government policy > United States > Juvenile literature.
Refugees > Government policy > United States > Juvenile literature.
Emigration and immigration > Government policy.
Immigrants > Government policy.
Refugees > Government policy.
United States.
Genre: Juvenile works.


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