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Targeting immigrants: government, technology, and ethics

Author: Inda, Jonathan Xavier Publisher: Blackwell, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 216 p. : Maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781405112437Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print JV6000.33 .U7 I63 2006
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Targeting Immigrants Government, Technology, and Ethics Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Government and Immigration vii 1 PART ONE: Ethopolitics and the Management of In/security 27 29 32 46 59 The Ethos of Responsibility Making Ethical Subjects The Government of the Marginal Racing the Unethical PART TWO: Producing "the Illegal," or Making Up Subjects Government and Numbers Legislating Illegality Practices of Enumeration Surveying Routines Ethical Territories of Exclusion After 9/11 61 63 67 74 94 108 113 PART THREE: Anti-Citizenship Technologies and the Regulation of the Border Governing Through Crime Interlude Assembling an Anti-Citizenship Technology Interlude Securitizing the Border Interlude The Aftermath of "Terror" Interlude The Surfeit of Dead Bodies Interlude Dying in Abandonment Conclusion: Iterations Notes References Cited Index 123 125 129 131 137 139 150 153 159 161 171 173 175 179 190 208

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