Controversy in US immigration and citizenship
This week, we focus on the controversial topic of immigration and citizenship. As you learned there have been several distinct waves of immigration in U.S. history, beginning with the conquest of Native Americans by Europeans.
Focus on the controversial topic of immigration and citizenship
This week, we focus on the controversial topic of immigration and citizenship. As you learned there have been several distinct waves of immigration in U.S. history, beginning with the conquest of Native Americans by Europeans. From 1840 to 1860, 4 million immigrants entered the United States mainly from north-western Europe, followed by another 25 million from 1880 to 1920. The “newest” immigrants are those arriving in the United States after 1960, some 24 million mainly from Latin America and Asia.
For this assignment, students will demonstrate and expand their knowledge and understanding on immigration and citizenship.
Within the presentation, students will answer the following questions:
Firstly, What is immigration and citizenship?
Secondly, List four reasons why people immigrate/migrate to the United States.
Thirdly, Identify and discuss three United States immigration laws.
Fourthly, Explain how immigration has at least 3 positive impacts on the United States.
Further, Explain how immigration has at least 3 negative impacts on the United States.
Moreover, Discuss sociological views on illegal immigration.
Apply three social concepts and one social theory.
Sociological theories include functionalism, conflict theory, feminist theory, symbolic interactionism, and others as mentioned in our readings and materials.
Discuss three ways to improve legal immigration.
Do not use unverifiable, secondary sites such as Wikipedia, about.com, ask.com, and similar. Use our course materials, peer-reviewed journal articles from the library, and other scholarly sources.
Include at least 3 peer-reviewed journal articles no more than five years old. Also include and apply what you learned from the textbooks and assigned readings.
The presentation should utilize sound critical thought and it should include appropriate APA in-text citations and full APA references at the end. To avoid academic dishonesty, as with all assignments and posts, most of the information presented should be in the students’ own words/voice.
The structure of the Presentation must include the following:
— TITLE SLIDE (1 slide)
— BODY OF PRESENTATION WITH SUBHEADINGS TO IDENTIFY EACH SECTION 12 slides minimum; 16 slides maximum)
— REFERENCE SLIDE (1 slide minimum)
You may use a presentation program of your choice such as any of these which offer free use: