Breaks in the Chain shows how immigrant workers—individually and sometimes collectively—both reinforce and contest a tacit but lethal form of biopolitics that differentiates the life chances of racial groups. Examining their personal narratives, Paul Apostolidis recasts our understanding of the ways immigrants construct and transform social power.
Subjects: Political Science
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