Annotated Bibliography

Hi Adrialys,

I’d like to have seen more written on the annotations. I realize you could not find a book on the wedding most likely, but some other book about the royals would have been a good idea. You also seem to have 3 articles from the NYT and no website? Please read the assignments more carefully!

Adrialys Gutierrez

Team 11

Thesis: There’s been a long-standing obsession with the royal family and it is most obvious during royal weddings in which every detail is speculated and copied months thereafter.

 

Source 1:  Academic one File

Ross, Brooke. “A New Generation of ROYALS: This month’s wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle highlights just how much the British royal family has evolved.” New York Times Upfront, 14 May 2018, p. 6+. Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com.ezproxy.fiu.edu/apps/doc/A539646957/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=2766e28f. Accessed 16 June 2018.

 

Annotation: A New Generation of ROYALS: This month’s wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle highlights just how much the British royal family has evolved. This article was published by Brooke Ross in the New York times upfront on May 12, 2018. This article talks about how people will stop everything they are doing on May 19 to celebrate the royal wedding.

 

 

Source 2: Academic One File

Lyall, Sarah. “Marketing a Royal Wedding, From Cereal to Sex Toys.” New York Times, 18 May 2018, p. A6(L). Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com.ezproxy.fiu.edu/apps/doc/A539174803/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=7647c5ea. Accessed 16 June 2018.

Annotation: Marketing a Royal Wedding, From Cereal to Sex Toys. This article was published by the New York Times on May 18, 2018. The article reflects on how Much of Britain is gripped by wedding fever and by a fever induced by wedding fever.

Source 3: Academic One File Journal

Hoke, William. “Will the IRS Crash Prince Harry’s Wedding to Meghan Markle?” Tax Notes International, 1 Jan. 2018, pp. 22-25. Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com.ezproxy.fiu.edu/apps/doc/A522246316/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=832b759e. Accessed 16 June 2018.

Annotation: This was published in a Professional magazine covering international tax news by William Hoke, Jan 1, 2018. You can find in on page 22-25.

Source 4: Academic One File

Simons, Sarah. “A wedding with a difference – but students aren’t bothered.” Times Educational Supplement, 11 May 2018, p. 63. Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A542354111/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=14467370. Accessed 16 June 2018.

Annotation: The inclusiveness of the British royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is discussed. Younger generation of students seemed only vaguely interested in the royal wedding because of the royal family’s recently humanized brand.

 

Source 5: Academic one file

“Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry in trailblazing ceremony.” CNN Wire, 19 May 2018. Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A539459870/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=15a459bc. Accessed 16 June 2018.

Annotation: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry in trailblazing ceremony. This article was published by CNN wire in May 19, 2018. This article express that the ceremony did not follow royal norms.

Source 6. Academic one file

Puente, Maria. “We take a noble wedding queries.” USA Today, 3 Jan. 2018, p. 01D. Academic OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A521368285/AONE?u=miam11506&sid=AONE&xid=eb5e19d2. Accessed 16 June 2018.

Annotation: We take a noble wedding queries, published by USA today January 3, 2018. Talks about how planning a royal wedding takes months and how every little detail is looked at.

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Annotated Bibliography

Hi Amanda,

I reviewed this and commented already. good job!

Amanda Bazil

Team 9

 

 

Thesis: 

The hunger season in South Sudan has negatively affect the lives of millions, particularly its most vulnerable: women and children, because of the ongoing civil war, loss of productive farming grounds, and outrages food prices.

 

Annotated Bibliography for essay:

  1. JOHNSON, DOUGLAS H. The Root Causes of Sudan’s Civil Wars: Old Wars and New Wars (Expanded 3rd Edition). NED – New edition ed., Boydell and Brewer, 2016. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt1h64pck.

This book attempts a more complex analysis, briefly examining the historical, political, economic and social factors which have contributed to periodic outbreaks of violence between the state and its peripheries. It discusses the differences between the modern Sudan’s first civil war in the 1960s and today. The author also looks at the series of minor civil wars generated by, and contained within, the major conflict, as well as the regional and international factors – including humanitarian aid – which have exacerbated civil violence.

 

  1. Peter Cutler. “The Political Economy of Famine in Ethiopia and Sudan.” Ambio, vol. 20, no. 5, 1991, pp. 176–178. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/4313816.

AMBIO, a multidisciplinary English language journal, is indexed in more than 40 international databases, and is distributed in more than 100 countries worldwide. AMBIO is published in eight (8) issues per year. Among the subjects covered are: ecology, environmental economics, geology, geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, hydrology, water resources, oceanography, earth sciences, meteorology, and physical geography.

 

  1. David Lewis/Abyei. “Civil War Threatens Sudan, Again.” Time Magazine, 30 May 2008, http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1810801,00.html

The author explains how the resurfacing of the civil war is causing the nation to spiral further into turmoil. The explosion of the city of Abyei, the fault-line between North and South Sudan, signaled the end to a three-year peace treaty between both militias and the beginning of the Second Sudanese War. The history of the north and south, which has lasted for centuries, is discussed in order to give context as to where the feud between both sides began. Amidst all the cultural and political advertisties both sides share, civilian suffering continues while being largely unnoticed by the world.

 

  1. Editorial Team. “South Sudan Oppositions Accuses Gov’t. Forces of Fresh Attacks in Wau.” Sudan Tribune. 15 June 2018, http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article65655

The Editorial Team, which writes all of the articles for the Sudan Tribune, reports on how the SPLMA/A-IO accused the South Sudanese army of attacking its position in Wau State and called on the UN and regional bodies to investigate the violation of the ceasefire agreement of December 2017. The attack, which happened about two weeks ago, killed ten soldiers which called for more of the government to get involved. This called for the government to intervene, and hundreds of civilians fled villages, yet SPLMO deputy spokesperson says that the government is already preparing for its next attack.

 

  1. Vinograd, Cassandra. “Better that they rape us:’ How the women of South Sudan are speaking out about mass rape.” Pacific Standard. 1 February 2018, https://psmag.com/social-justice/how-the-women-of-south-sudan-are-speaking-out-about-mass-rape

This story follows Cecilia who, like many Sudanese women, has been a victim of sexual violence in South Sudan. Existing long before the occurrence of the civil war in 2013, sexual violence against Sudanese women have gotten aggressively worse, increasing at least five-fold in recent years and doubling the global average. Unfortunately, sexual violence such as rape has carried a weighty and even dangerous stigma in South Sudan. Victims who make it to the U.N. bases in Bentiu are recorded telling the occurrences but aren’t revealing who the victims are. Even when they are speaking about themselves, the women would often say, “my friend”, instead of “I”. The International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian aid organization, discusses how the stigmatization is becoming a real problem which can be traumatizing and isolating for survivors. Despite the stigma that exists in many Sudanese ethnic groups, Cecilia revealed her story to her family and neighbors, who sought to protect and comfort her, and relishes in the vow her community made: that they will avenge the assault her rapist committed against her.  

 

  1.  Bauza, Peter. “The children’s war.” The Washington’s Post. 10 November 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/world/2017/11/10/they-were-rescued-from-war-now-south-sudans-child-soldiers-are-going-back/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.29eb85cb32d8

This story follows the experience of Babacho Mama, an ex-child soldier, and his struggle to remain in school and out of the war. Mama, who lost both parents to an attack by a rival ethnic group, was forced to join the Pibor Militia. Unable to finish primary school, Mama fought until almost a decade later, when a cease-fire was called in 2015 and 1,774 other boys were promised by the U.N. that they would never have to fight again. Implementations of reform schools supported by humanitarian aid surfaced in order to re-introduce these young men back into society, but with the resumption of the war, it has been difficult for these schools to provide the proper education, meal, and support to the students. As a consequence, many of them are considering rejoining their militias, and Mama is one of them. Although their history seems built on fighting, Mama is determined to do different. He realizes the changes he’s facing, but understands that opportunity given at the reform school outweigh the lifestyle he left behind, and is now fighting for his survival.

 

Annotated Bibliography

Hi Amanda,

Nicely done!  Good choice of sources and your annotation are thorough.  I look forward to reading your essay!

Amanda Bazil

Team 9

 

Thesis:

The hunger season in South Sudan has negatively affect the lives of millions, particularly its most vulnerable: women and children, because of the ongoing civil war, loss of productive farming grounds, and outrages food prices.

 

Annotated Bibliography for essay:

  1. JOHNSON, DOUGLAS H. The Root Causes of Sudan’s Civil Wars: Old Wars and New Wars (Expanded 3rd Edition). NED – New edition ed., Boydell and Brewer, 2016. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt1h64pck.

This book attempts a more complex analysis, briefly examining the historical, political, economic and social factors which have contributed to periodic outbreaks of violence between the state and its peripheries. It discusses the differences between the modern Sudan’s first civil war in the 1960s and today. The author also looks at the series of minor civil wars generated by, and contained within, the major conflict, as well as the regional and international factors – including humanitarian aid – which have exacerbated civil violence.

 

  1. Peter Cutler. “The Political Economy of Famine in Ethiopia and Sudan.” Ambio, vol. 20, no. 5, 1991, pp. 176–178. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/4313816.

AMBIO, a multidisciplinary English language journal, is indexed in more than 40 international databases, and is distributed in more than 100 countries worldwide. AMBIO is published in eight (8) issues per year. Among the subjects covered are: ecology, environmental economics, geology, geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, hydrology, water resources, oceanography, earth sciences, meteorology, and physical geography.

 

  1. David Lewis/Abyei. “Civil War Threatens Sudan, Again.” Time Magazine, 30 May 2008, http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1810801,00.html

The author explains how the resurfacing of the civil war is causing the nation to spiral further into turmoil. The explosion of the city of Abyei, the fault-line between North and South Sudan, signaled the end to a three-year peace treaty between both militias and the beginning of the Second Sudanese War. The history of the north and south, which has lasted for centuries, is discussed in order to give context as to where the feud between both sides began. Amidst all the cultural and political advertisties both sides share, civilian suffering continues while being largely unnoticed by the world.

 

  1. Editorial Team. “South Sudan Oppositions Accuses Gov’t. Forces of Fresh Attacks in Wau.” Sudan Tribune. 15 June 2018, http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article65655

The Editorial Team, which writes all of the articles for the Sudan Tribune, reports on how the SPLMA/A-IO accused the South Sudanese army of attacking its position in Wau State and called on the UN and regional bodies to investigate the violation of the ceasefire agreement of December 2017. The attack, which happened about two weeks ago, killed ten soldiers which called for more of the government to get involved. This called for the government to intervene, and hundreds of civilians fled villages, yet SPLMO deputy spokesperson says that the government is already preparing for its next attack.

 

  1. Vinograd, Cassandra. “Better that they rape us:’ How the women of South Sudan are speaking out about mass rape.” Pacific Standard. 1 February 2018, https://psmag.com/social-justice/how-the-women-of-south-sudan-are-speaking-out-about-mass-rape

This story follows Cecilia who, like many Sudanese women, has been a victim of sexual violence in South Sudan. Existing long before the occurrence of the civil war in 2013, sexual violence against Sudanese women have gotten aggressively worse, increasing at least five-fold in recent years and doubling the global average. Unfortunately, sexual violence such as rape has carried a weighty and even dangerous stigma in South Sudan. Victims who make it to the U.N. bases in Bentiu are recorded telling the occurrences but aren’t revealing who the victims are. Even when they are speaking about themselves, the women would often say, “my friend”, instead of “I”. The International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian aid organization, discusses how the stigmatization is becoming a real problem which can be traumatizing and isolating for survivors. Despite the stigma that exists in many Sudanese ethnic groups, Cecilia revealed her story to her family and neighbors, who sought to protect and comfort her, and relishes in the vow her community made: that they will avenge the assault her rapist committed against her.

 

  1.  Bauza, Peter. “The children’s war.” The Washington’s Post. 10 November 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/world/2017/11/10/they-were-rescued-from-war-now-south-sudans-child-soldiers-are-going-back/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.29eb85cb32d8

This story follows the experience of Babacho Mama, an ex-child soldier, and his struggle to remain in school and out of the war. Mama, who lost both parents to an attack by a rival ethnic group, was forced to join the Pibor Militia. Unable to finish primary school, Mama fought until almost a decade later, when a cease-fire was called in 2015 and 1,774 other boys were promised by the U.N. that they would never have to fight again. Implementations of reform schools supported by humanitarian aid surfaced in order to re-introduce these young men back into society, but with the resumption of the war, it has been difficult for these schools to provide the proper education, meal, and support to the students. As a consequence, many of them are considering rejoining their militias, and Mama is one of them. Although their history seems built on fighting, Mama is determined to do different. He realizes the changes he’s facing, but understands that opportunity given at the reform school outweigh the lifestyle he left behind, and is now fighting for his survival.

 

Thesis Statement

Accepted Sergeline.

Sergeline Bobo

Group 12

In 2018, more than 34,000 migrants and refugees have crossed the Mediterranean Sea seeking a new life. Organizations are finding ways to help the ongoing migrant crisis.

 

Annotated Bibliography

Hi Sergeline,

Very well-done!  I look forward to reading your essay.  Good choice of sources. Annotation also very good.

Sergeline Bobo

Group 12

More than 34,000 migrants and refugees have crossed the Mediterranean Sea seeking a new life. Countries, Organizations, activists, and scholars are finding ways to help the ongoing migrant crisis.

1). Mihelj, Sabina. “Negotiating European Identity at the Periphery: Media Coverage of Bosnian Refugees and ‘Illegal Migration’.” Changing Media, Changing Europe, vol. 1, Jan. 2004, pp. 165-189

This book explains the media coverage of Bosnian refugees and illegal migration.  Europe found itself in its entry into the last decade of the 20th century; Factor indicative of the presence of a growing number of refugees after the outbreak of the war in Bosnia. The refugees were countless individuals, driven by poverty and oppressive political regimes and decided to search for a better life in the West.

 

This book is useful for the final paper because it explains the reason why some of the refugees decided to leave their country. Some of the refugees left their country because of the war in Bosnia which is a country in the Balkans. Some refugees left because of the way they were living.

2). Musarò, Pierluigi. “Mare Nostrum: The Visual Politics of a Military-Humanitarian Operation in the Mediterranean Sea.” Media, Culture & Society, vol. 39, no. 1, Jan. 2017, pp.

Since the early 1990s, the ‘migration crisis’ has been high on Europe’s agenda and the main cause of concern for European citizens. In recent years, numerous activists and scholars have publicly announced how the militarization of migration and border controls has been explicitly bound with notions of humanitarianism. As such, the current focus on both the security and humanitarian sides of the problem which supports a more complex logic of threat that allows for a security-humanitarian response.

This article examines the narratives produced by the Italian Navy during the operation, and how these invite us to witness them. It focuses on ‘war imaginary’ and ‘emergency imaginary’, this article investigates how photographs and videos produced by Italian soldiers have contributed to represent the Mediterranean as a humanitarian battlefield.

3). Stuck on shore; Mediterranean migrants.” The Economist, 9 Sept. 2017, p. 45(US). Academic OneFile

Over the past three summers, tens of thousands of migrants piled into boats to make the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean. Allot of the migrants are crossing the sea to reach Italy.  Two military officers in the western city of Sabratha stated that Italy offered them money and equipment to stop migrant boats from setting sail. The arrival of so many migrants has created a political crisis over a period of days, rescue boats pulled 12,000 people out of the water. Some mayors in Italy have refused to accept new arrivals which are causing their more welcoming colleagues to be punished at the polls. Algeria which is a country in north Africa negotiated a peace deal between two warring groups in the region. In exchange for money, they made an agreement to stop fighting and work to close the borders.

This article will be useful for the final paper because it shows how Italy is trying to solve this crisis of migrants pilling into boats and making a dangerous journey across the Mediterranean Sea. Italy believes by them paying the military soldiers in other countries and making agreements with countries to stop fighting and focus on migrants will stop the migrants from crossing.

4). Bulman, May. “More than 120 Migrants Feared Drowned in Mediterranean on World Refugee Day.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 20 June 2017,

More than 120 refugees are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean after a boat sank off the Libyan. The International Organization for Migration has said. The news of the deaths comes on World Refugee Day, during which NGOs encourage the world to commemorate and show support for those forced to flee persecution. They pledged tens of millions of euros in funding for authorities in Libya, despite the country’s ongoing civil war and allegations of torture, rape, and killings among migrants.

This article will be useful for the final essay because organizations are encouraging the world to show support to the migrants that had to leave their homes because of or the war and torture that they are going through. Also, organizations are sending money to help the migrants by funding authorities.

 

5).  United Nations. “Europe Situation.” UNHCR, http://www.unhcr.org/en-us/europe-emergency.html.

The movement of migrants and refugees that are risking their lives to cross the Mediterranean Sea continues to take a devastating toll on human life. People are believed to have died or gone missing while crossing the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe and Italy and with reports of many others perishing en route. Those moving onwards irregularly have reported numerous types of abuse, including being pushed back across borders. The UN refugee agency is providing a broad range of support and assistance in Europe for refugees and asylum-seekers. These efforts include humanitarian and cash assistance, provision of accommodation and support to improve reception conditions, prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence.

This article will be useful for the final paper because it shows how UN refugee agency acknowledges the situation that the migrants and refugees are going through. Instead of talking about how there were going to help the migrants they decided to provide support and assistance.

 

6).  “Europe’s Migration Crisis.” Human Rights Watch, www.hrw.org/tag/europes-migration-crisis.

The European Union and its member states continue to prevent arrivals and outsource responsibility for migration control to countries outside the European Union. In Libya, the EU is pursuing a containment strategy in cooperation with their authorities, despite overwhelming evidence of pervasive abuse against asylum seekers and other migrants. Nongovernmental organizations performed roughly 40 percent of rescues in the central Mediterranean but several groups suspended activities due to security concerns and increased interceptions, sometimes reckless and accompanied by abuse, by Libyan coast guard forces.

This article will be useful for the final paper because it provides useful information about the European Union and its member states. EU and its member are continuing to prevent migrant’s arrivals. And nongovernmental organizations are trying their best to help the migrants by rescuing them from the sea.

Thesis

Good job Alani, I look forward to reading your essay!

Alani Batson

Team 7

Annotated Bibliography

 

For years, Saudi Arabia has prosecuted and deprived women of their right to drive. With the lift of this ban approaching in June, women in Saudi Arabia gain the freedom to move around in society. Although this is a major milestone in the country’s history, they still have a long way to come in their women’s liberation movement.  

 

Source 1: Book

S.harif, Manal. Daring to Drive: A Saudi Woman’s Awakening. , 2017. PrintThis book is a memoir from a Saudi woman that started off as a strict follower of Islamic law and then became a radical, speaking out against the kingdoms rulings. Her story highlights the making of an accidental activist who was daring and stood up to the men in the kingdom despite facing backlash.

 

Source 2: Journal article

Jarbou, Rana. “Know Your Enemy: The Saudi Women’s Driving Campaign from Flyers and Faxes to Youtube and Hashtags.” Feminist Media Studies, vol. 18, no. 2, Apr. 2018, pp. 321-325. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1080/14680777.2018.1436902.

 

This journal is about the history of the Saudi Arabia women’s driving campaign since its initiation in the 1990s leading to the lift of the driving ban in 2018. The campaign was sparked by “The ladies of November” who were 47 women that were stopped by traffic and religious police for practicing their right to drive. The Ministry of Interior issued a religious fatwa (ruling) justifying why women should not drive and the 47 women were defamed with flyers and faxes intended to slander the women. This article discusses how the role of media (or the lack of) contributed to the absence of domestic and global coverage on this event and the Ministry’s attempt to prevent any interviews or reports from being documented. Despite trying to be silenced, through poetry and archived defamatory flyers, woman were able to bring their situation to light. This brought on a wave of activists and campaigns for women’s right to drive in Saudi Arabia, one that still exist today and is reframed through the use of social media.

 

Source 4: Newspaper

International Business, Times. “Saudi Arabia: Kuwaiti Woman Arrested for Driving Father to Hospital.” International Business Times, 04 Nov. 2013. EBSCOhost, ezproxy.fiu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bwh&AN=519381.20131104&site=ehost-live&scope=site.

 

In October 2013, the Kuwait Times reported the arrest of a woman in Saudi Arabia driving her diabetic father to the hospital. On the day of her arrest, a protest was held where women with international drivers licenses were asked to drive in honor of those who couldn’t, At least 14 women were arrested and fined for taking part in the protest.  

 

Source 5: Good website

HUBBARD, BEN. “Before the Kingdom Gives Them the Keys: As Saudi Arabia Prepares to Lift a Ban, Women Head to Driving-Safety Classes.” New York Times, vol. 167, no. 57893, 06 Mar. 2018, p. A4. EBSCOhost, ezproxy.fiu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bwh&AN=128299830&site=ehost-live&scope=site.

 

This article, written in March, talks about the country’s preparation of its flood of new-coming drivers. Woman universities announced plans to open driving schools and companies have shifted their ads towards their new audience. Companies like Uber have even planned to recruit women to train them to be Uber drivers. This article also goes more into depth by taking us inside one of the first driving workshops in Saudi Arabia for woman.

 

Source 6: Source of Choice

“Saudi Arabia Warns Women Not To Protest Driving Ban.” Legal Monitor Worldwide. (October 25, 2014 Saturday ): 445 words. LexisNexis Academic. Web. Date Accessed: 2018/06/19

 

A year after the October 26 protests that led to the arrest of 14 Saudi women for driving, the Interior Ministry for Saudi Arabia warned that they would punish women who attempt to drive in their country as well as the men who allowed them to do so. Major General Mansour Al-Turki warned women not to drive because it would “undermine the Kingdom’s social cohesion by spreading discord.”

Annotated Bibliography

Excellent bibliography and thesis, Dorelys.

Your grade will be on next week’s grades, not this week.

(You don’t have to read the whole book.)

SK

 

Thesis Statement:

A family consists of parents and children living together. It’s not a family if they are not all together. With the “Zero Tolerance” policy that Donald Trump has implemented, he is destroying hundreds of families. Separating kids from their parents is not only inhuman but not healthy for the children’s development. Most of the children that are being separated from their families are between the ages of 4-10. They are not fully developed. They struggle emotionally with anger and sadness which leads to isolation, loneliness, and social difficulties. They also suffer a lot of anxiety and stress. Later these stress hormones can start killing off dendrites, which are the the little branches in brain cells that transmit messages, very important for the brain development. The stress can start killing off neurons and wreaking dramatic and long-term damage, both psychologically and to the physical structure of the brain. In the long run, this separation causes them to have many struggles in life. Children are the future. They shouldn’t have to suffer any of this. Parents shouldn’t be penalized for wanting their kids to have a better future. At the end of the day, they have to risk everything, including their lives, for their families to have a better life.

—————————————————————————————————————————————-1. Work Cited: BOCHENEK, MICHAEL GARCIA. “No Way to Treat Children Fleeing Danger.” Harvard International Review, vol. 38, no. 3, Summer2017, pp. 18-23. EBSCOhost, ezproxy.fiu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=123620522&site=ehost-live&scope=site.     

The article talks about the problem that causes the separations of many migrant families, how parents get their child taken away. It mentions how it impacts the children’s protection claims and the effect of migration detention on mental well being.

-2. Work Cited: Rubio-Hernandez, Sandy P. and Cecilia Ayón. “Pobrecitos Los Niños: The Emotional Impact of Anti-Immigration Policies on Latino Children.” Children & Youth Services Review, vol. 60, Jan. 2016, pp. 20-26. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2015.11.013.

The purpose of the study is to show the perceptions of Latino immigrant parents on the emotional impact of anti-immigration policies on their children in the state of Arizona.” It explains how immigrant children suffer many emotional impacts. Because of  many anti-immigrant policies, they cause them to suffer from anxiety, depression, fear any many other emotional sickness.

-3. Work Cited: Dreby., Joanna. Divided by Borders: Mexican Migrants and Their Children. Published: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2010.

Haven’t read the book yet, but according to the summaries, it’s about Mexican families; parents are Living in the USA but their children are still in Mexico, and they are divided by a border. How Mexican families struggle ultimately and still persevere in a global economy.

-4. Work Cited: Ducharme, Jamie. “Detaining Families May Also Cause Mental Health Issues.” Time, Time, 21 June 2018, www.time.com/5317762/psychological-effects-detaining-immigrant-families/.

The executive order that was passed by Donald Trump has caused many critics, including medical experts, to talk about how the children’s mental health has been affected immensely. They are discussing that the children should have counseling services, educational opportunities, and any help that they need for them to be mentally stable.

-5. Work Cited: Sharman, Jon. “Pope Francis Calls Donald Trump’s Separation of Families at Border ‘Immoral’.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, 20 June 2018, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/donald-trump-child-separation-pope-francis-immoral-us-border-a8407821.html..

Like many public figures have criticized Donald Trump’s Zero Tolerance act, the pope has also  said it’s an immoral act. “Populism is not the solution” to America’s immigration crisis, the pontiff said. He should create a solution not a problem. He also mentioned, Europe would be empty without the immigrants.

-6. Work Cited: “CLASP.” Young Children Suffering Consequences of Trump Administration’s Policies, Rhetoric on Immigration, 9 Mar. 2018, http://www.clasp.org/press-room/press-releases/young-children-suffering-consequences-trump-administration-s-policies.

ASP found pervasive effects on young children of the threats to their families and communities. The reports shows signs and behaviors of distress, as well as serious risks to young children’s healthy development. Because they were separated by force, and has cause many children  psychological harm .

Dorelys Falcon T#2