Focus on a current political issue relating to immigration. Possible media pieces include an article, a video or audio clip, a television show, a book, a documentary, or a movie. oWhat is the historical framework of this issue? oWhat is the political context of this issue? oWhat message does the media piece attempt to portray? Was the media coverage biased or unbiased? Was the issue sensationalized or portrayed objectively? oHow might the media coverage affect the public's perception of this issue? Does it encourage or discourage prejudice, discrimination, and stereotyping? oHow might this issue affect the U.S. economy and labor force? oIf you were a manager affected by this issue and its media coverage, what inclusion strategies from this week's reading might you implement to moderate the media's effect on your employees and to promote inclusion in the workplace? Include at least two academic references in your research.
What is the historical framework of this issue? Immigration, both legal and illegal, has been a fact of life in America for most of her history. Since this story is about New Mexico illegal immigration, it is helpful to consider the role of Hispanic illegal immigration. In 1882 the first big wave of illegal immigration from