Arizona Firestorm: Global Immigration Realities, National Media, and Provincial Politics

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2012 - Arizona - 306 pages
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Arizona Firestorm brings together well respected experts from across the political spectrum to examine and contextualize the political, economic, historical, and legal issues prompted by this and other anti-Latino and anti-immigrant legislation and state actions. It also addresses the media's role in shaping immigration discourse in Arizona and elsewhere.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Arizona Firestorm
3
2 Arizona and the Making of a State of Exclusion 19122012
19
3 A Chronology of Exclusion in Arizona and the United States 18802011
43
4 The Economic Impact of Immigrants in Arizona
47
Part II FIRESTORM
71
Politics through Immigration Law
73
6 Assault on Ethnic Studies
97
A Return to the Mexican Room?
121
Part III MASS MEDIA ROLES
187
Characteristics of Elite US Newspaper Coverage of Arizona SB 1070
189
11 Not Business as Usual SpanishLanguage Television Coverage of Arizonas Immigration Law AprilMay 2010
203
Mexican Newspaper Narrative Framing of Migration
227
Part IV PROSPECTS
251
13 Immigration in the Age of Global Vertigo
253
14 Can America Learn to Think Globally? We Dont at Our Own Risk
277
Index
291

Qualifications Discrimination and Distraction in Arizonas Monitoring of Teachers
145
Why Amending the Fourteenth Amendment Wont Solve Our Problems
167
About the Contributors
301
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