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10/1/15 Notes

by: Anna Lueth

10/1/15 Notes SOC 105

Anna Lueth
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Social Problems (GT-SS3)
Joshua Adam Sbicca

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Social Problems (GT-SS3)
Joshua Adam Sbicca
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Lueth on Thursday October 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 105 at Colorado State University taught by Joshua Adam Sbicca in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see Social Problems (GT-SS3) in Sociology at Colorado State University.


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Date Created: 10/01/15
10115 VI VII Dissecting Deportation A Returns 1 People informally put on buses back across the border with no permanent mark on immigration record B Removals 1 Formal deportation with office or judge that goes on permanent record Breakdown of Removals A most removals occur along the border for those trying to enter US23 in 2013 B For those removed from interior many have committed some type of crime 45 in 2003 1 Many of these are misdemeanors 2 Many others are related to crossing the border if you were formally removed previously and are caught again it is considered a crime Militarization of Border A policy shifts over last three decades preference policing border to turn back immigrants Surveillance of Border A in order to successfully apprehend immigrants there is a greater use of surveillance technology Immigration and the Detention Industrial Complex A Out of all federal crimes more individuals are detained for immigration offences than anything else Human Cost of Border Militarization A Segmented militarization of border leads to funnel effect whereby immigrants cross in most dangerous remote locations B Human Costs of border Militarization 1 Nearly 6000 migrants have died along the USMexico border since 1994 2 Related to the risk of crossing the border once people enter the US they are less likely to leave NAFTA A Free Trade agreement in 1994 between US Mexico and Canada B Promotes outsourcing of business to Mexico for cheap labor 1 Eliminates many small businesses in Mexico 2 Low wages may not be living wages C Created larger subsidies for US farmers that led to the unemployment of 2 million Mexican Farmers


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