Scott Whiteford

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Uncharted Terrains

New Directions in Border Research Methodology, Ethics, and Practice

The University of Arizona Press

New Directions in Border Research Methodology, Ethics, and Practice looks at the stigmatization of immigrants since the U.S. began focusing on securing its border with Mexico in 2001. These researchers explore ethical questions concerning border research methodology, and the political and social implications of U.S. immigration policies and programs.

  • Copyright year: 2013
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The Shadow of the Wall

Violence and Migration on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Edited by Jeremy Slack, Daniel E. Martínez, and Scott Whiteford; Foreword by Josiah Heyman; By (photographer) Murphy Woodhouse
The University of Arizona Press

Mass deportation is currently at the forefront of political discourse in the United States. This volume allows readers to understand the very real impact that mass removal to Mexico has on people’s lives. The Shadow of the Wall underscores the unintended social consequences of increased border enforcement, immigrant criminalization, and deportation along the U.S.-Mexico border.

  • Copyright year: 2018
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Globalization, Water, and Health

Resource Management in Times of Scarcity

School for Advanced Research Press

This book is about crime and passion, life and death, lofty goals and squalid realities. It is a book about water. Global disparities in health and access to water are two major threats to world stability.

  • Copyright year: 2005
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The Keepers of Water and Earth

Mexican Rural Social Organization and Irrigation

University of Texas Press

This study of the Tehuacán Valley in the state of Puebla highlights different strategies to manipulate the local implementation of federal government programs and raises important questions about the meaning of the phrase "locally controlled development."

  • Copyright year: 1989
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Workers from the North

Plantations, Bolivian Labor, and the City in Northwest Argentina

University of Texas Press

This book sets the Argentina-Bolivia experience of migration in historical perspective by examining the macro-level factors that influenced social change in both countries and brought streams of migration into Argentina.

  • Copyright year: 1981
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