Authors

Melissa J. Lauro '18, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2018

Department

Globalization Studies

Abstract

This paper argues that sanctuary cities and sanctuary policies in the United States are a manifestation of the conflicts resulting from processes of globalization, which have changed traditional notions of citizenship, state sovereignty, and state security, as well as fostered a cultural backlash and identity politics within the U.S.

Comments

Written for Globalization Studies 440: Capstone Seminar

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