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History repeats itself with birthright movement

History repeats itself with birthright movement

In this tenth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Martha Menchaca, professor in the Department of Anthropology, discusses her research into the trends and historical context behind naturalization and the birthright movement and her thoughts on curbing undocumented migration from Mexico to the United States.

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Curbing the illegal immigration of Mexico laborers

Curbing the illegal immigration of Mexico laborers

In this tenth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Martha Menchaca, professor in the Department of Anthropology, discusses her research into the trends and historical context behind naturalization and the birthright movement and her thoughts on curbing undocumented migration from Mexico to the United States.

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Connecting European attitudes toward Islam, U.S. attitudes toward immigrants

Connecting European attitudes toward Islam, U.S. attitudes toward immigrants

In this ninth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Terri Givens, associate professor in the Department of Government, discusses the connections between Europe’s immigration policies and those of the U.S., as well as cultural forces that drive attitudes toward immigration.

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Cultural, economic forces drive attitudes toward immigration

Cultural, economic forces drive attitudes toward immigration

In this ninth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Terri Givens, associate professor in the Department of Government, discusses the connections between Europe’s immigration policies and those of the U.S., as well as cultural forces that drive attitudes toward immigration.

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Europe’s immigration policies for skilled workers compared to the U.S. approach

Europe’s immigration policies for skilled workers compared to the U.S. approach

In this ninth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Terri Givens, associate professor in the Department of Government, discusses the connections between Europe’s immigration policies and those of the U.S., as well as cultural forces that drive attitudes toward immigration.

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On immigration: Conservative public opinion versus liberal public policy

On immigration: Conservative public opinion versus liberal public policy

In this eighth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Gary Freeman, chair of the Department of Government, discusses the problems of an immigration policy focused more on family reunification than on bringing highly skilled workers to the nation.

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Why border enforcement and amnesty proponents can’t compromise

Why border enforcement and amnesty proponents can’t compromise

In this eighth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Gary Freeman, chair of the Department of Government, discusses the problems of an immigration policy focused more on family reunification than on bringing highly skilled workers to the nation. Freeman studies immigration politics and policy in western democracies. He examines how immigration has profoundly shaped …

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The challenges with the family migration policy

The challenges with the family migration policy

In this eighth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Gary Freeman, chair of the Department of Government, discusses the problems of an immigration policy focused more on family reunification than on bringing highly skilled workers to the nation.

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On citizenship and naturalization

On citizenship and naturalization

In this seventh installment of the “Border Views” video series, John Sibley Butler, a management professor in the McCombs School of Business and a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts, discusses immigrants’ history of self-employment in the U.S., Americans’ views on immigrant entrepreneurship and his views on citizenship and naturalization. Butler is an …

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Immigrants’ history of self-employment in the United States

Immigrants’ history of self-employment in the United States

In this seventh installment of the “Border Views” video series, John Sibley Butler, a management professor in the McCombs School of Business and a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts, discusses immigrants’ history of self-employment in the U.S., Americans’ views on immigrant entrepreneurship and his views on citizenship and naturalization. Butler is an …

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Why Americans don’t celebrate or discuss immigrant entrepreneurship

Why Americans don’t celebrate or discuss immigrant entrepreneurship

In this seventh installment of the “Border Views” video series, John Sibley Butler, a management professor in the McCombs School of Business and a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts, discusses immigrants’ history of self-employment in the U.S., Americans’ views on immigrant entrepreneurship and his views on citizenship and naturalization. Butler is an …

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Impact of undocumented workers on unemployment

Impact of undocumented workers on unemployment

In this sixth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Veronica Vargas Stidvent, director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, discusses why the traditional left-right political breakdown doesn’t apply on immigration issues, the impact of undocumented workers on unemployment, and the influence and reform of birthright citizenship …

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Influence and reform of birthright citizenship in U.S.

Influence and reform of birthright citizenship in U.S.

In this sixth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Veronica Vargas Stidvent, director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, discusses why the traditional left-right political breakdown doesn’t apply on immigration issues, the impact of undocumented workers on unemployment, and the influence and reform of birthright citizenship …

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Immigration debate not defined by partisan politics

Immigration debate not defined by partisan politics

In this sixth installment of the “Border Views” video series, Veronica Vargas Stidvent, director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, discusses why the traditional left-right political breakdown doesn’t apply on immigration issues, the impact of undocumented workers on unemployment, and the influence and reform of birthright citizenship …

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  • Faculty Spotlight video featuring Larry Speck, a professor in the School of Architecture.

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