By William McDonald
This quantity examines the nexus among immigration and crime from all the angles. It addresses not only the proof concerning the illegal activity of immigrants but additionally the examine at the victimization of immigrants; on human trafficking; household violence; the police dealing with of human trafficking; the exportation to crime difficulties through deportation; the vigilantes on the U.S. border; the function of the non-immigration police within the regulate of immigration; and, the criminalization of immigration coverage.
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Here we ﬁnd that, consistent with popular imagery, there is a strong and statistically signiﬁcant positive association between immigrant concentration and gang-related homicide rates. 25 (or increases 225%). Relative to the other results presented, this effect appears quite large (note also the substantially larger maximum likelihood R-squared for this model). Moreover, the differences between this coefﬁcient and immigration coefﬁcients in the prior models are all statistically signiﬁcant. Given its contradiction to the ﬁndings in the other homicide models, the link between immigration and gang-related homicides deserves additional consideration, which we provide in the concluding section of the chapter.
2001). Revisiting the Scarface legacy: The victim/offender relationship and Mariel homicides in Miami. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 23, 37–56. , Nielsen, A. , & Lee, M. T. (2003). Reconsidering the Marielito legacy: Race/ ethnicity, nativity, and homicide motives. Social Science Quarterly, 84, 397–411. 16 MATTHEW T. LEE AND RAMIRO MARTINEZ JR. , Stowell, J. , & Lee, M. T. (In Progress). Immigration and crime in an era of transformation: A longitudinal analysis of homicides in San Diego Neighborhoods, 1980–2000.
Revisiting the Scarface legacy: The victim/offender relationship and Mariel homicides in Miami. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 23, 37–56. , Nielsen, A. , & Lee, M. T. (2003). Reconsidering the Marielito legacy: Race/ ethnicity, nativity, and homicide motives. Social Science Quarterly, 84, 397–411. 16 MATTHEW T. LEE AND RAMIRO MARTINEZ JR. , Stowell, J. , & Lee, M. T. (In Progress). Immigration and crime in an era of transformation: A longitudinal analysis of homicides in San Diego Neighborhoods, 1980–2000.
Immigration, Crime and Justice (Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, Volume 13) by William McDonald