Introduction to Scholars and Southern California Immigrants in Dialogue: New Conversations in Dialogue
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Immigration has been a contested issue for decades. This distinctive volume of essays on Southern Californian immigration is inspired by Michael Burawoy’s call for academic consideration to be more open and accessible to people in what he calls “public sociology.” The essays in Scholars and Southern Californian Immigrants in Dialogue: New Conversations in Public Sociology bridge the gap between scholars and undocumented persons themselves in an interdisciplinary and vibrant dialogue. The conversations include sociologists, lawyers, and community and religious leaders, alongside
Immigration, Social Justice Movements, Human Rights, Mexico, California
Human Rights Law | Immigration Law | Inequality and Stratification | Social Work
Carty, V. (2014). Introduction: Scholars and Southern California immigrants. In V. Carty, T. Woldemikael, and R. Luévano (Eds.), Dialogue: New conversations in dialogue (pp. xv-xxii). Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books.
In Victoria Carty, Tekle Woldemikael, and Rafael Luévano (Eds.), Scholars and Southern California Immigrants in Dialogue: New Conversations in Dialogue. Dr. Carty's chapter begins on page xv
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