Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
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© Sabrina Canela 2014
This research seeks to address the void in legal and political immigration scholarship discussing the role of immigration legislation emerging from subnational governments. By questioning the social attitudes and policies that have emerged on the local level, this research takes a steps towards asking why do states enact immigration policies, what types of policies do subnational governments enact and is there a historical trend within the types of policies that these governments establish.
Canela, Sabrina, "Metropolitan Immigration: A Case Study Analysis of Local Immigration Policies in Los Angeles and Dallas" (2014). CMC Senior Theses. 805.
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