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  • Syrian Refugees Crisis

    hinder illegal immigration will prove successful in combatting refugees looking to immigrate illegally. Meanwhile, they will also search for methods to aid refugee programs in handling the massive influx of asylum seeking refugees pouring through the borders in nations such as Germany, a recipient of nearly 109,000 asylum applications…

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  • Lone Star: Film Analysis

    Borders help define opposites. They help people to understand what is right and what is wrong, what is theirs and what is not, and when they’ve crossed a line. Borders can be physical or imaginary. Physical borders include rivers, mountain ranges, walls, and even roads. Imaginary borders are racial, social, cultural, and moral. All of these borders separate people in one way or another and this separation can often result in conflict between the opposing parties. Director John Sayles…

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  • The Importance Of Social Borders

    Modern borders are usually not a space that is reinforced by those on either side. More times than not, the stronger faction is the one who is fortifying and continuing to increase their authority over these borders. This is evident both in physical and societal borders that are encountered everyday. In the world of borders, when the stronger side becomes evident, they have essentially free reign to control this space. Control like this are projected in different situations such as national…

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  • Human Trafficking: The Most Deplorable Crime

    Human Trafficking in America alone is a 32 billion dollar a year industry. This evil yet lucrative business catches more and more into a cycle every day. In America, we like to believe people all over the world, regardless of country or government have rights, both moral and state provided. Human Trafficking in America alone is a 32 billion dollar a year industry. This evil yet lucrative business catches more and more into a cycle every day. Unfortunately, this is not the case. People around the…

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  • Health And Globalization Case Study

    reduce these flows? What other options are there for lowering the spread of global diseases? Steps definitely are taken and have to be taken to reduce the flow of people, food and manufactured goods. Border controls Due to difficulties in Zimbabwe, people are left with no option than to jump borders, entering Botswana, South Africa etc. without passports. When someone can enter a country not through the required entry points then that person is dangerous to the…

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  • Border Control Research Paper

    Introduction “All sovereign nations exercise authority over their borders to prevent prohibited items or merchandise from entering and to ensure compliance with applicable restrictions” (CBP 1999). The objective of border control is to facilitate the free flow of legitimate goods and people across borders while observing and enforcing the rules and regulations of both countries on either side of that border. This complicated endeavour involves numerous challenges for policy makers and…

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  • Racism In Nayeli's Life

    The girls’ cross the border and Nayeli in accompany with Atomiko, Tacho and Chava head to get Angel to join the group. On their way they stop in a super market in the town of Del Mar to pick up groceries. At the super market Tacho and Nayeli are confronted with two racist skin heads that call them illegals and that is there first experience of racism which puts a social border that they must cross to complete their mission (247). Tacho and Nayeli…

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  • Arguments Against Border Security

    Whether it be at airports, railway stations or border crossing by car, the attempt to control the influx of people crossing is a prominent problem among western countries. Through each of these means, there’s an interaction of two concerns. First, border security understood as the many ways of controlling movement across regions. Second, racial profiling defined as the continuous pattern of being stopped by border patrols due to racial differences. On a broader sense, this ends up being a…

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  • Why Illegal Immigrants Are Trying To Cross The Border

    would I believe that? Maybe because the illegal immigrants are trying to cross our borders for many reasons. The reasons could be the following; better jobs and benefits, housing, and freedom. However, Illegal immigrants do not get what they call the American dream. They attempt to cross the border if they get passed. Americans do control the border and have caught many Illegal Immigrants. The Interactions from border patrol can be a sight to never forget. They catch Illegal immigrants and line…

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  • Migra Analysis

    In this case, the border patrol’s objective history. The border enforcements between Mexico and the United States has constantly been changing throughout history, whether it is through their terms of race, class or regional background. In the book, Migra, written by Kelly Lytle Hernandez, an associate professor in the University of California Los Angeles Department of History and director of the department of Public History Initiative, argues how the personal history of Border Patrol workers…

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