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Media Reaction

SOC/315
July 10, 2014

Introduction
Immigration issues are not only in the United States and are as different as our cultures and the ways that they affect our people. Media reaction show some shared political and public views, however there are some factual information that may alter the views of its audience. To help address some questions about the Medias reactions concerning immigration, we will use the media piece from the website: Los Angeles Time Politics.

What is the historical framework on this issue?

The DREAM Act (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act of 2009), is a proposal that was presented by Senator Durbin back on March 26, 2009. This act would allow minors of immigrates to have conditional permanent residency to that graduated from U.S. high schools and then extended further if they joined the United States Military after.

What is the political content of this issue?

The DREAM Act was reintroduced in 2011 to the United States and soon became an issue within Immigration Reform. There is an estimated 1.8 million immigrates who are unauthorized youth that were brought to the United States as children that will be eligible for this “deferred action” from Obamas administration (Who and Where the DREAMers Are, Revised Estimates, 2012). The citizenship process was accelerated as well in-state tuition prices for college classes was extended. This bill was to transform and change the lives for immigrates. Individuals were allowed travel aboard, work and drive for up to 365 days within a six year period. What message does the media piece attempt to portray?

This media piece wants to portray that the Republican Party wants to deport all immigrants and ship them back to the countries that they came from which goes against the DREAM Act.

What message does the media piece attempt to convey? Was the media coverage biased or unbiased? Was the issue sensationalized or portrayed objectively? How might the media coverage effect the public perception of the issue? Does encourage or discourage prejudice, discrimination or stereotyping?

After reading this media piece, it wants you to believe that they are providing perspective from both sides. The DREAM Act has had concerns and different opinions on whether or not it is helping immigration with in the United States. The media coverage was portrayed accurately but was bias. The Democratic Party wants to propose that the immigration reform and policies are volatile and that it has become a complexed issue legally, politically as well as socially. They want to show that the Republican Party opposes the DREAM Act. The argument is presented that the Obama program was completed through executive action and only protects immigrants from being deported for two years but doesn’t give them legal status. Steve King who is a sponsor for amendment changes, supports the United States immigration laws to be more relaxed. However, he has said that changes to these polices should be performed only by Congress (Mascaro, 2013). This media piece encourages stereotypes by promoting that immigrate need to get an education imposes that they will not again one without the fear of deportation.

If 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?

Being a manager, I would insist that everyone is included with the strategies that are put in place at the workplace. If does not matter if coworkers are documented or not, they should be treated fairly and equal while they are within a work environment. Employees are educated on diversity in the work place and globalization should have everyone believing that they are one unit and not just an American. Discrimination and prejudice actions do not have a place... Show More

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