Politics of belonging race, public opinion, and immigration
By: Masuoka, Natalie | Junn, Jane.Material type: BookSeries: Chicago studies in American politics: Publisher: Chicago University of Chicago Press 2013Description: 254p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780226057163 .Subject(s): Race -- Public opinion | United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policyDDC classification: 325.73
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Conditional welcome -- Public opinion through a racial prism -- Development of the American racial hierarchy: race, immigration, and citizenship -- The pictures in our heads: the content and application of racial stereotypes -- Perceptions of belonging: race and group membership -- The racial prism of group identity: antecedents to attitudes on immigration -- Framing immigration: "illegality" and the role of political communication -- Conclusion: the politics of belonging and the future of US immigration policy.