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The rhetorics of US immigration : identity, community, otherness

Author: E Johanna Hartelius
Publisher: University Park, PA : The Pennsylvania State University Press, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Examines U.S. immigration as a rhetorical process inventing persons and communities in reference to space and place. Engages immigration in media and popular culture; the construction of immigrant experiences in public discourse; and the effects of fear, violence, and exclusion on immigrant and non-immigrant communities"--Provided by publisher.
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E Johanna Hartelius
ISBN: 9780271067186 0271067187
OCLC Number: 906936264
Description: viii, 302 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Facing ghosts, God, and nature : affect, naturalization, and the "No más cruces" border campaign / Terence Check and Christine Jasken --
Faithful sovereignty : denationalizing immigration policy in the 2003 pastoral letter on migration / Anne Teresa Demo --
Protecting LGBT migrants : the rhetoric of identity and the expansion of the prison-industrial complex / Karma R. Chávez --
Dropping the "I-word" : a critical examination of contemporary immigration labels / Claudia Anguiano --
"American" children's success and global competitiveness : the racial paradox of bilingualism as cultural capital / Dina Gavrilos --
Documenting dreams : a rhetorical performance of inclusive citizenship and collaborative expertise / Yazmin Lazcano-Pry --
Constituting enemies through fear : the rhetoric of exclusionary nationalism in the control of "un-American" immigrant populations / Emily Ironside and Lisa M. Corrigan --
Defining the right sort of immigrant : Theodore Roosevelt and American character / Jay P. Childers --
Immigration as histories of mob-ility : personal storytelling in the Where Are You From? Project / Alessandra B. Von Burg --
Battling identity warfare on the imagined US/México border : performing migrant alien in Independence day and Battle: Los Angeles / Michael Lechuga --
Affect, emotion, and immigration rhetoric, or what happens when a minuteman lives with unauthorized immigrants? / J. David Cisneros --
Afterword : tracking the "shifting borders" of identity and otherness : productive complications and ethico-political committments / D. Robert DeChaine.
Responsibility: edited by E. Johanna Hartelius.

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"Examines U.S. immigration as a rhetorical process inventing persons and communities in reference to space and place. Engages immigration in media and popular culture; the construction of immigrant experiences in public discourse; and the effects of fear, violence, and exclusion on immigrant and non-immigrant communities"--Provided by publisher.

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