The immigration detention center as a transnational problem: Implications for international social work
Over the last decade in the United States, there has been a rapid intensification of the criminalization of immigration. At the nexus of this criminalization is a new institution with potentially profound consequences for transnational migrants, an especially vulnerable population now receiving increased attention from the social work profession. This article explores this phenomenon and its relevance for international social work.
International Social Work
Furman, Rich; Sanchez, Michelle; Ackerman, Alissa R.; and Ung, Tien, "The immigration detention center as a transnational problem: Implications for international social work" (2014). Social Work Publications. 18.
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