read the files then answer these 2 questions, each questions at least one and have page
- What do the migrant narratives chronicled by Abrego tell us about why/when mothers and fathers decide to migrate internationally? How does this explanation differ from what we hear in public debates in this country?
- What does the transnational impacts of US immigration laws (as discussed by Abrego) tell you about political globalization? Does this phenomenon lead you to side with the hyperglobalizers or the globalization skeptics? (Or neither?)