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La Lucha For Home And La Lucha As Home: Latinx/A/O Theologies And Ecologies, Jacqueline Hidalgo May 2019

La Lucha For Home And La Lucha As Home: Latinx/A/O Theologies And Ecologies, Jacqueline Hidalgo

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


César Chávez And Egalitarian Ethics: Lessons From A Contradictory Legacy, Jeremy V. Cruz May 2019

César Chávez And Egalitarian Ethics: Lessons From A Contradictory Legacy, Jeremy V. Cruz

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Elaine A. Peña. Performing Piety: Making Space Sacred With The Virgin Of Guadalupe, Michael Anthony Abril May 2019

Elaine A. Peña. Performing Piety: Making Space Sacred With The Virgin Of Guadalupe, Michael Anthony Abril

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Elisa Facio And Irene Lara. Fleshing The Spirit: Activism In Chicana, Latina, And Indigenous Women’S Lives, Gerardo Omar Marin May 2019

Elisa Facio And Irene Lara. Fleshing The Spirit: Activism In Chicana, Latina, And Indigenous Women’S Lives, Gerardo Omar Marin

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Francisco Lozada, Jr. And Fernando F. Segovia, Eds. Latino/A Biblical Hermeneutics: Problematics, Objectives, Strategies, Gilberto Ruiz May 2019

Francisco Lozada, Jr. And Fernando F. Segovia, Eds. Latino/A Biblical Hermeneutics: Problematics, Objectives, Strategies, Gilberto Ruiz

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Now Hiring: Exploring Deportee Transnational Identities And Socio-Economic Reintegration In Baja California, Mexico’S Call Center Industry, Brenda Vargas Dec 2018

Now Hiring: Exploring Deportee Transnational Identities And Socio-Economic Reintegration In Baja California, Mexico’S Call Center Industry, Brenda Vargas

Master's Theses

The anti-immigrant rhetoric in the U.S. intensified deportation, including that of Mexican and Salvadorian migrants with some having served in the U.S. military. Despite weak social connections and explicit/structural barriers in Mexico, many deportees make the decision to stay in Mexico. The focus of this thesis is male deportees belonging to the “1.5 generation,” aged late 20’s-early 60’s, who, after spending their childhood and adulthood in the U.S., have undergone deportation and are faced with social and economic reintegration in the northern border area of Baja California, Mexico. Through 15 in-depth semi-structured interviews ...


Overlooking Men And Boys In Forced Criminality At The Border: A Content Analysis Of Human Trafficking Training And Awareness Materials, Eric Beasley May 2018

Overlooking Men And Boys In Forced Criminality At The Border: A Content Analysis Of Human Trafficking Training And Awareness Materials, Eric Beasley

Master's Theses

Executive Summary

In the Post 9/11 era, where American security is intimately linked to a militarized border management system designed to protect the United States and its territories from threats of terrorism, illegal drugs, and illegal immigration, the media continues to perpetuate the 'Latino Threat Narrative'. The images and information offered to us for consumption help us construct an understanding of events, people, and places. This paper explores how the 'Latino Threat Narrative' and inherent gender biases shape how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) understands vulnerability and identifies human trafficking victims, particularly men and boys from Mexico and ...


Arizona’S Senate Bill 1070: A Case Study On State-Sponsored Immigration Policy, Ryan Murphy Dec 2012

Arizona’S Senate Bill 1070: A Case Study On State-Sponsored Immigration Policy, Ryan Murphy

Master's Theses

This study assesses the origins of Arizona’s state-sponsored immigration policy. It attempts to identify the social dynamics within Arizona that contributed to the overwhelming public support for SB 1070. Since it has been two years after the law was passed, this analysis determines what impact the law has had thus far within the state. Finally, it postulates the future of Arizona’s immigration policy.