Immigration and Terrorism, in Routledge Handbook on Immigration and Crime (Holly Ventura Miller & Anthony Peguero eds., 2018)
This Handbook examines the relationship between immigration and crime by presenting chapters reflecting key issues from both historical and current perspectives. The volume includes a range of topics related to immigration and crime, such as the links between immigration rates and crime rates, nativity and crime, and the social construction of the criminal immigrant, as well as historical and current immigration policy vis-à-vis perceptions of the criminal immigrant. Other topics covered in this volume include theoretical perspectives on immigration and assimilation, sanctuary cities, and immigration in the context of the "war on terror."
The Routledge Handbook on Immigration and Crime fills the gap in the literature by offering a volume that includes original empirical work as well as review essays that deliver a complete overview of immigration and crime relying on both historical and contemporary perspectives. It is a key collection for students in immigration courses; scholars and researchers in diverse disciplines including criminal justice, criminology, sociology, demography, law, psychology, and urban studies; and policy makers dealing with immigration and border security concerns.
Criminal Law | Immigration Law | Law | National Security Law | Terrorism Studies
Demleitner, Nora V., "Immigration and Terrorism, in Routledge Handbook on Immigration and Crime (Holly Ventura Miller & Anthony Peguero eds., 2018)" (2018). Books and Chapters. 24.