Immigrants, Labor, and Legality

LSJ 422
  • Quarters: Autumn
  • General Education Requirements: I&S, DIV

Provides sociological examination of working immigrants in the United States. Focuses on how immigration and labor legislation shape context of working, worker identity, and rights. Topics include federal and state legislation, employee classification, division of labor, skilled/unskilled, flexibility, legal status, organizing, and relationship to race and gender ideology in shaping contexts of working and rights.