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Raids, Race, and Lessons of Fear and Resistance: Narratives and Discourse in the Immigration Movement in Arizona

@inproceedings{Maldonado2013RaidsRA,
  title={Raids, Race, and Lessons of Fear and Resistance: Narratives and Discourse in the Immigration Movement in Arizona},
  author={Angeles Maldonado},
  year={2013}
}
This essay discusses implications and ethical dilemmas associated with conducting research with vulnerable communities. The Arizona/Sonora border and surrounding migrant communities have been subjects of constant misrepresentation, decontextualized political debates, and dehumanized ideological discourses. Through quantitative statistical reports, outsider research, and agendas that do not take into consideration or acknowledge an ethical responsibility to those communities, a mythological and… 

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