Uncharted Terrains: New Directions in Border Research Methodology, Ethics, and Practice

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Sinopsis: “We must secure our borders” has become an increasingly common refrain in the United States since 2001. Most of the “securing” has focused on the US–Mexico border. In the process, immigrants have become stigmatized, if not criminalized. This has had significant implications for social scientists who study the lives and needs of immigrants, as well as the effectiveness of programs and policies designed to help them. In this groundbreaking book, researchers describe their experiences in conducting field research along the southern US border and draw larger conclusions about the challenges of contemporary border research. 
Each chapter raises methodological and ethical questions relevant to conducting research in transnational contexts, which can frequently be unpredictable or even volatile. The volume addresses the central question of  how can scholars work with vulnerable migrant populations along the perilous US–Mexico border and maintain ethical and methodological standards, while also providing useful knowledge to stakeholders? Not only may immigrants be afraid to provide information that could be incriminating, but researchers may also be reluctant to allow their findings to become the basis of harsher law enforcement, unjustly penalize the subjects of their research, and inhibit the formulation of humane and effective immigration policy based on scholarly research.

All of these concerns, which are perfectly legitimate from the social scientists’ point of view, can put researchers into conflict with legal authorities. Contributors acknowledge their quandaries and explain how they have dealt with them. They use specific topics—reproductive health issues and sexually transmitted diseases among immigrant women, a study of undocumented business owners, and the administration of the Mexican Household Survey in Phoenix, among others—to outline research methodology that will be useful for generations of border researchers.

About the Author: Anna Ochoa O’Leary is an assistant professor of Mexican American studies at the University of Arizona, where she co-directs the Binational Migration Institute. She is the editor of Chicano Studies: The Discipline and the Journey and of Undocumented Immigrants in the United States Today: An Encyclopedia of Their Experience. Colin M. Deeds is the assistant director of the Center for Latin American studies at the University of Arizona. He is also the director of graduate studies at the Center. Scott Whiteford is a professor of Latin American studies at the University of Arizona. He is co-editor of Globalization, Water, & Health: Resource Management in Times of Scarcity, Managing a Sacred Gift: Changing Water Management Strategies in Mexico, and Seguridad, Agua y Desarrollo: El Futuro de la Frontera México-Estados Unidos.

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