There will be two parts for this assignment.
One is discussion board and second is a reflective journal.
Do you think that immigrants are vulnerable to crime? If so, are they vulnerable more than the native-born? Considering the readings of the week to which crimes are they vulnerable the most? Why?
What would be the negative (or positive if there is any) consequences of profiling as a security measure?
What would be some programs and policy implications to prevent and reduce xenophobia, hate crime, Islamophobia, and racial profiling?
Please read and respond to the following questions based on this week's readings.
Please read and respond to the following question(s) based on this week's readings.
I will provide the readings later today because they are not downloading on the website.
Crimes by and Against Immigrants, Stowell and DiPietro (2014)
File Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration in the U.S. Crimes by and Against Immigrants.pdf (9.106 MB)
Immigrants as Crime Victims in the European Union: With Special Attention to Hate Crime, Goodey (2009)
File Immigrants as crime victims in the Europen Union with special attention to hate crime, Goodey (2009).pdf (11.018 MB)
Race, Civil Rights, and Immigration Law after September 11, 2001 The Targeting of Arabs and Muslims
File Race, Civil Rights, and Immigration Law after September 11, 2001- The Targeting of Arabs and Muslims. Akram and Johnson (2002).pdf (282.488 KB)
The Criminalization and Victimization of Immigrants: A Critical Perspective, Palidda 2009
File The Criminalization and Victimization of Immigrants- A Critical Perspective, Salvatore Palidda 2009.pdf (10.272 MB)
Two stories are posted on readings folder with the titles "Why I fight Islamophobia" and "A Real Hate Crime Story". Could you provide your reaction to one of these two stories?
What is the most notable information you learned from this week's assignments and activities?