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Imagined borders/lived ambiguity : intersections of repression and resistance / edited by B. Garrick Harden.

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Lanham : Lexington Books, [2019]
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Subjects:
Racism -- United States.
Categorization (Psychology).
Boundaries -- Social aspects -- United States.
Ambiguity -- Political aspects -- United States.
United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
United States -- Race relations.
Mexican-American Border Region -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Boundaries.
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Electronic books.
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Summary:
"This edited volume, heavy in social theory, explores interconnections between gender, sexuality, US politics, race, ethnicity, immigration, and international relations through the concept of ambiguity"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
A note on how historical patterns of American ideology led to President Icarus / B. Garrick Harden
Alie(N)ation : a qualitative multi-method approach to language, domination, and unauthorized migration / Hilario Molina II and Robert F. Carley
Incest rhetorics and queerphobic sex panics / Ian Barnard
A queer Marxian analysis of the construction of race in the US / G. Dillon Nicholson and B. Garrick Harden
The keys for locks : border queers/queer borders or community and possibilities for identity / Ryan Ashley Caldwell
Refusing to decompose : how cyber-ojo makes indigenous rituals palatable to modern society / Hilario Molina II
U.S.-Mexico border control : the use of deportation threats as a method of enforcing control on residents in South Texas / Eric Gamino
U.S. immigration enforcement by proxy : the making of a new south-to-south border between Mexico and Central America / Juan José Bustamante
Unauthorized Latino/a migration in an era of global displacement : a mixed methods and world-systems perspective / Hilario Molina II
Assessing assimilation in the borderlands : how rapidly do Mexican Americans assimilate? / Jesús A. Garcia, Chad Richardson, Rogelio Saenz, and Dejun Su.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contributor:
Harden, B. Garrick, 1981- editor.
Other format:
Print version: Imagined borders/lived ambiguity.
ISBN:
9781498581004
1498581005
9781498580991
OCLC:
1102477370
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.