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THE DISCUSSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES UNDER OBAMA ADMINISTRATION

Hoàng, Thị Thanh Huyền; DẠY VÀ HỌC NGOẠI NGỮ GẮN VỚI CHUYÊN NGÀNH TRONG BỐI CẢNH HỘI NHẬP QUỐC TẾ: LÍ LUẬN VÀ THỰC TIỄN; University of Languages and International studies, VNU

1. Arendt, H. (1951). The origins of totalitarianism. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World. 2. Arizona State immigration laws. (n.d.). Retrieved December 15, 2016, from http://immigration. fndlaw.com/immigration-laws-and-resources/arizona-state-immigration-laws.html 3. Bosworth, Mary. Inside Immigration Detention. Oxford Scholarship, 2014. Print. 4. Carcamo, C., & Fiske, M. (n.d.). Detained immigrant mothers and children trapped in legal limbo. Retrieved December 09, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/lana-nn-detained-immigrants-20150807-story.html 5. Cornelisse, Galina. Immigration Detention and Human Rights: Rethinking Territorial Sovereignty. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010. Print. 6. Coutin, Susan B. “Confned Within: National Territories as Zones of Confnement.” Political Geography 29 (2010): 200-08. Web. 7. Donnelly, J. (2013). Universal human rights in theory and practice (3rd ed.). Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 8. Dow, Mark. American Gulag: Inside U.S. Immigration Prisons. Berkeley: U of California, 2004. Print. 9. Fiske, M. (n.d.). Immigrant family detention centers are prison-like, critics say, despite order to improve. Retrieved December 19, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/ la-na-immigration-family-detention-20151020-story.html 10. Foucault, M. (1979). Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison. New York: Vintage Books. 11. Genova, N. D., & Peutz, N. M. (2010). The deportation regime: Sovereignty, space, and the freedom of movement. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 12. Hall, Alexandra. Border Watch: Cultures of Immigration, Detention and Control. Print. 13. Kalhan, Annil. “Rethinking Immigration Detention.” Columbia Law Review Sidebar 110 (2012): 42-58. Web. 14. Kanstroom, Daniel. “Criminalizing the Undocumented: Ironic Boundaries of the PostSeptember I1 Th “Pale of Law”” 29 N.C.J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg. 639 2003-2004. Web. 15. Locked up far away. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2016, from https://www.hrw.org/ report/2009/12/02/locked-far-away/transfer-immigrants-remote-detention-centers-united-states 16. Mansion, M. (n.d.). California gives immigrants here illegally unprecedented rights, benefts, protections. Retrieved December 10, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/local/california/ la-me-california-immigrant-rights-20150811-story.html 17. Mountz, Alison, Kate Coddington, R.Tina Catania, and Jenna M, Loyd. “Conceptualizing Detention: Mobility, Containment, Bordering, and Exclusion.” Progress in Human Geography (2012): 1-20. Web.QUYỀN CON NGƯỜI CỦA DÂN NHẬP CƯ BẤT HỢP PHÁP Ở MỸ 149 18. Ngai, M. M. (2004). Impossible subjects: Illegal aliens and the making of modern America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 19. Preston, J. (n.d.). Hope and Despair as Families Languish in Texas Immigration Centers. Retrieved December 20, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/15/us/texas-detentioncenter-takes-toll-on-immigrants-languishing-there.html. 20. Ranciere, J. (2004). Who Is the Subject of the Rights of Man? South Atlantic Quarterly,103(2-3), 297-310. doi:10.1215/00382876-103-2-3-297 21. Santos, F. (n.d.). Arizona Limits Police Actions in Enforcing Immigration Law. Retrieved December 21, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/16/us/arizona-limits-policeenforce-immigration.html?_r=0. 22. Unauthorized immigrants paid over paid 100 billion into the social security in the last decade. (n.d.). Retrieved December 20, 2016, from https://news.vice.com/article/unauthorizedimmigrants-paid-100-billion-into-social-security-over-last-decade. 23. Wilsher, Daniel. Immigration Detention: Law, History, Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. Print. 24. Wong, Tom. Rights, Deportations and Detention in the Age of Immigration Control. Stanford Scholarship Online, 2015. Print.; 978-604-62-4686-2; http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/67329

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  • Nhan đề:
    THE DISCUSSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES UNDER OBAMA ADMINISTRATION
  • Tác giả: Hoàng, Thị Thanh Huyền
  • DẠY VÀ HỌC NGOẠI NGỮ GẮN VỚI CHUYÊN NGÀNH TRONG BỐI CẢNH HỘI NHẬP QUỐC TẾ: LÍ LUẬN VÀ THỰC TIỄN; University of Languages and International studies, VNU
  • Chủ đề: Human rights; Undocumented immigrants; Illegal aliens; Detention; Prison industry; State sovereignty
  • Mô tả: From 2005 to 2010, the number of detainees doubled from nearly 200,000 to 400,000. The Obama government has continued the project initiated by Bush president and during his administration he is reported to have deported more than 2.5 million unauthorized immigrants. To many people’s surprise, he is the president who has deported the largest number of unauthorized immigrants. He is even called as the “deporter in chief” by some newspapers. My paper aims to look at the detention and deportation procedures in America from the Human Rights framework. The violations of human rights in these procedures are vast and scattered at the same time, but I intend to explore the violations in Border States such as Arizona, Texas and New York. I do not attempt to go into details of the poor treatment and the prison-like conditions in detention centers. Neither do I want to sketch an overview of all human rights violations to the undocumented immigrants. Instead, I plan to address some key questions about immigrants’ rights: what rights do they have? What rights are they deprived of? What is underneath their right deprivation? Before going to the discussion of rights, I plan to spend some space for the overview of the history as well as defnitions of detention and deportation.
    ULIS
  • Nơi xuất bản: NHÀ XUẤT BẢN ĐẠI HỌC QUỐC GIA HÀ NỘI
  • Định dạng: application/pdf
  • Ngôn ngữ: English
  • Số nhận dạng: 1. Arendt, H. (1951). The origins of totalitarianism. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World. 2. Arizona State immigration laws. (n.d.). Retrieved December 15, 2016, from http://immigration. fndlaw.com/immigration-laws-and-resources/arizona-state-immigration-laws.html 3. Bosworth, Mary. Inside Immigration Detention. Oxford Scholarship, 2014. Print. 4. Carcamo, C., & Fiske, M. (n.d.). Detained immigrant mothers and children trapped in legal limbo. Retrieved December 09, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/lana-nn-detained-immigrants-20150807-story.html 5. Cornelisse, Galina. Immigration Detention and Human Rights: Rethinking Territorial Sovereignty. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2010. Print. 6. Coutin, Susan B. “Confned Within: National Territories as Zones of Confnement.” Political Geography 29 (2010): 200-08. Web. 7. Donnelly, J. (2013). Universal human rights in theory and practice (3rd ed.). Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 8. Dow, Mark. American Gulag: Inside U.S. Immigration Prisons. Berkeley: U of California, 2004. Print. 9. Fiske, M. (n.d.). Immigrant family detention centers are prison-like, critics say, despite order to improve. Retrieved December 19, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/ la-na-immigration-family-detention-20151020-story.html 10. Foucault, M. (1979). Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison. New York: Vintage Books. 11. Genova, N. D., & Peutz, N. M. (2010). The deportation regime: Sovereignty, space, and the freedom of movement. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 12. Hall, Alexandra. Border Watch: Cultures of Immigration, Detention and Control. Print. 13. Kalhan, Annil. “Rethinking Immigration Detention.” Columbia Law Review Sidebar 110 (2012): 42-58. Web. 14. Kanstroom, Daniel. “Criminalizing the Undocumented: Ironic Boundaries of the PostSeptember I1 Th “Pale of Law”” 29 N.C.J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg. 639 2003-2004. Web. 15. Locked up far away. (n.d.). Retrieved December 18, 2016, from https://www.hrw.org/ report/2009/12/02/locked-far-away/transfer-immigrants-remote-detention-centers-united-states 16. Mansion, M. (n.d.). California gives immigrants here illegally unprecedented rights, benefts, protections. Retrieved December 10, 2016, from http://www.latimes.com/local/california/ la-me-california-immigrant-rights-20150811-story.html 17. Mountz, Alison, Kate Coddington, R.Tina Catania, and Jenna M, Loyd. “Conceptualizing Detention: Mobility, Containment, Bordering, and Exclusion.” Progress in Human Geography (2012): 1-20. Web.QUYỀN CON NGƯỜI CỦA DÂN NHẬP CƯ BẤT HỢP PHÁP Ở MỸ 149 18. Ngai, M. M. (2004). Impossible subjects: Illegal aliens and the making of modern America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 19. Preston, J. (n.d.). Hope and Despair as Families Languish in Texas Immigration Centers. Retrieved December 20, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/15/us/texas-detentioncenter-takes-toll-on-immigrants-languishing-there.html. 20. Ranciere, J. (2004). Who Is the Subject of the Rights of Man? South Atlantic Quarterly,103(2-3), 297-310. doi:10.1215/00382876-103-2-3-297 21. Santos, F. (n.d.). Arizona Limits Police Actions in Enforcing Immigration Law. Retrieved December 21, 2016, from http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/16/us/arizona-limits-policeenforce-immigration.html?_r=0. 22. Unauthorized immigrants paid over paid 100 billion into the social security in the last decade. (n.d.). Retrieved December 20, 2016, from https://news.vice.com/article/unauthorizedimmigrants-paid-100-billion-into-social-security-over-last-decade. 23. Wilsher, Daniel. Immigration Detention: Law, History, Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. Print. 24. Wong, Tom. Rights, Deportations and Detention in the Age of Immigration Control. Stanford Scholarship Online, 2015. Print.; 978-604-62-4686-2; http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/67329

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