Sanctuary Ordinances

The Contemporary Politics of Immigrant Assimilation in America
 
 
Lexington Books (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 30. April 2021
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  • 356 Seiten
 
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The book examines contemporary immigration policy and immigrant assimilation with a focus on the adoption of sanctuary ordinances in US local governments in connection with Latino in-migration. It also investigates the adoption of anti-immigrant settlement local ordinances in many local governments with particular focus on local law enforcement positions taken on enforcement of federal immigration laws. The book investigates a wide range of county-level characteristics of 3,000+ U.S. counties (e.g., socio-economic and demographic traits, political culture, social capital, religious denominations present, etc.) to identify correlates of pro- and anti-immigrant settlement. The book also features the analysis of a national survey and three targeted surveys in pro-immigration (San Francisco), divided (Maricopa), and anti-immigration (Tulsa) counties to explore the individual-level factors associated with sentiments on immigration policy. Finally, the book presents findings from two case studies where active encouragement of Latino settlement (Twin Falls, ID) and active opposition (Hazleton, PA) characterize local reaction to Latino in-migration. The mixed methods study leads the authors to conclude that a funnel of causality concept, path dependency, pro-social attitudes, and the concepts of moral panic and moral dialogue collectively lead to great insight into the question of why some communities are open and accepting while others are exclusionary.

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By Nicholas P. Lovrich; John C. Pierce and Christopher A. Simon - Foreword by Maria L. Chávez

Chapter 1: The Recurring Debate: America for Americans, or a Nation of Immigrants

Chapter 2: The Sanctuary Landscape

Chapter 3: The Anti-Sanctuary Response

Chapter 4: Citizen Attitude Formation on Immigration and Immigrants: Review of Research Literature on Morality, Religion and Socio-Demographic Factors

Chapter 5: Citizen Attitudes about Immigrants, Immigration Policy and Sanctuary Actions

Chapter 6: Public Opinion in Sanctuary and Anti-Sanctuary Settings

Chapter 7: Case Studies of Hazleton PA and Twin Falls ID: The Logic of Selection

Chapter 8: Hazleton, PA: Case Study of Active Opposition to Latino Settlement

Chapter 9: Twin Falls, ID: Case Study of Openness to Latino Settlement

Chapter 10: Conclusions Drawn from Multiple Streams of Evidence

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