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General instructions:

1-We are team presentation. My part is to present about the

Refugee Policy

in the USA. YOU MUST APPLY the attached

textbook-chapter 13

concepts and the professor slide concepts in the presentation.

2-Go to chapter 13 which related to “

Refugee Policy

” then apply the concepts there in the slide show.

3-

Prepare

one slide presentation for Refugee Policy in the united states AND one slide about what makes some countries more open to refugees and generous to them and why some countries less open and less generous to refugees.

4- Use bullet points for the main concepts and footnote for  each slide in the explanation.

5-Attached is the textbook-

CHAPTER 13

– used in this course, and the professor slides about immigration. (5 pdf files for the textbook and 1 for the professor slides are attached).

6-My part of the presentation should not

take more than 2 minuets.

.

7-Please cover all the important points from a political point of view.

8-You must follow exactly the professor instructions below:

Professor instructions:

In this presentation, each team will describe a different political economy issue, and explain how and why different advanced democracies organize that issue differently. Compare at least 4 advanced democracies,

explain

how

each country organizes and regulates the activity

, and

give a possible explanation

for

why

different countries do it differently

. For the

how

, use newspapers or websites to help you find descriptions of the different systems

; for the

why

, use chapter 12 of the textbook or my lecture from April 1

. For example, if your team has “higher education funding,” you might explain how college educations are financed in Australia, Belgium, Germany, and the United States, and explain that maybe the reason why different countries do it differently might have to do with the differences in the power of labor unions in the different countries. (Note that there is no one right answer for the “why” part of any of these; I am simply looking to see if you can apply a concept from the course to the issue.)

Immigration
1. Definitions
2.The United States
3.Britain
4.Ethnic nationalism
POL
Tuesday
April 6
Immigration
1. Definitions
2.The United States
3.Britain
4.Ethnic nationalism
1. Definitions
Country – a piece of territory
Nation – a group of people with a common political identity
State – institutionalized authority in a country
1. Definitions
The balance of coercion and consent
Consent: people in a country accept the authority
of the state
Where does consent come from?
Typically a mix of two things:
● Coercion
● Legitimacy
Different states rely on these in different mixes
1. Definitions
Consent comes from coercion and legitimacy
Where do those come from?
● Coercion – fear of punishment
For this to work, the state needs:
â—‹ Rulers to have control over tools of violence
â—‹ Effective access to population
● Legitimacy
For this to work, the state needs:
â—‹ A story about how its rule is appropriate
â—‹ Large numbers of people to believe it
1. Definitions
There are different ways to create
legitimacy
1. Definitions
There are different ways to create
legitimacy
1. Definitions
There are different ways to create
legitimacy
Rulers can appeal to:
● Democratic legitimacy
● Religious rules
● Racial appeals
There are not exclusive
1. Definitions
Sometimes people seek to intentionally shape
the political identity of the people in the
country, through immigration policy or
other ways.
1. Definitions
Migrant – someone who moves from one country to another
Immigrant – someone who moves from one country to another
with the intention of living permanently
Refugee – a person forced to leave his or her home country
Aslyee – a person seeking asylum (a legal protection in a new
country)
Immigration
1. Definitions
2.The United States
3.Britain
4.Ethnic nationalism
2. The United States
Historical pattern consistent with pattern of
other wealthy countries…
● Migration and immigration contribute to
economic development
● Fears of crime are misplaced
● Migration can trigger racial resentments and
nativist responses, but not always
2.2. Immigration
2. The United States
2. The United States
2. The United States
2. The United States
Immigration
1. Definitions
2.The United States
3.Britain
4.Ethnic nationalism
3. Britain
3. Britain
3. Britain
3. Britain
3. Britain
3. Britain
Immigration
1. Definitions
2.The United States
3.Britain
4.Ethnic nationalism
4. Ethnic nationalism
How do governments establish a sense of
legitimacy?
Sometimes, by appealing to ideas about
racial threat or supremacy
4. Ethnic nationalism
How do governments establish a sense of
legitimacy?
Sometimes, by appealing to ideas about
racial threat or supremacy
4. Ethnic nationalism
4. Ethnic nationalism
4. Ethnic nationalism
The US had free migration until the
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
Purpose: to shape the
racial composition of
the country
4. Ethnic nationalism
4. Ethnic nationalism
The US had free migration until the
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
Purpose: to shape the
racial composition of
the country
4. Ethnic nationalism
The US had free migration until the
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
Purpose: to shape the
racial composition of
the country
4. Ethnic nationalism
The US had free migration until the
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
Purpose: to shape the
racial composition of
the country

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