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Hello, I need help with Annotated bibliography. It needs to have 5 different sources so in total 5 paragraphs. I did upload Annotated bibliography sample and direction for AB, please follow that.

 Brief description of the requirements for this assignment:

the annotated bib must include

  • the source (article or opinion editorial)
  • the claim- what claim is the article making
  • your I statement. Do you agree/ disagree or agree with a difference
  • your claim- what do you say about the matter. 
  • ***It is not enough to simply say you agree with the article, students develop stronger arguments by finding claims that they agree partially with, or not all. 

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ENGL-1302-83050

26 March 2019

The Immigrated Youth and the American Youth

Cuicahua, Victor. “’Dreamer’: DACA Changed Everything for Me. Removing It Would Be A

Mistake.” 05 Sept. 2017. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Victor Cuicahua’s opinion editorial, “’Dreamer’: DACA Changed Everything for Me. Removing It Would Be a Mistake,” Cuicahua discusses the effects of removing DACA. He claims that DACA enabled him to come to the US and earn an education but removing DACA makes it harder for him and others like him to continue their lives and achieve the American Dream through education and employment. He also claims that removing DACA would cause the US economy to lose a substantial amount of their revenue and GDP. I agree with his statement that removing DACA makes it hard for undocumented immigrants to live their lives and would substantially decrease federal government revenue and GDP. I believe that the fate of DACA in fact, does not only concern the recipients, but it also concerns the US as a whole. I intend to use this opinion editorial in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to provide the audience with how removing DACA would affect America and its recipients.

“Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 14 Mar. 2019,

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deferred_Action_for_Childhood_Arrivals. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In the open-web article, Wikipedia.com reviews the basics of DACA and its history. Wikipedia.com states that DACA stands for the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and is an American Immigration policy” that simply allows individuals that came here as children, temporary, unlawful presence in the US. According to Wikipedia.com DACA also allows its recipients a renewable two-year period protection from deportation. Wikipedia.com’s over goal of discussing DACA is to state that these individuals may allow them the ability to work and earn an education through the ability to stay in the US and earn a work permit. I agree with their statement that DACA may allow the individuals a chance at employment and possibly education because the recipients are able to continue their lives here in America. I intend to use this open-web article in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” in order to provide some general information and background of DACA.

Amuedo-Dorantes, Catalina, and Francisca Antman. “Schooling and Labor Market Effects of

Temporary Authorization: Evidence from DACA.” Journal of Population Economics,

vol. 30, no. 1, Jan. 2017, pp. 339–373. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes and Francisca Antman’s scholarly article, “Schooling and

labor market effects of temporary authorization: evidence from DACA” they analyze youths that met the DACA schooling requirement, specifically what they choose, school or work. Antman and Amuedo-Dorantes state that most of these individuals that have met the schooling requirement, choose to join the workforce instead of enrolling in school. Their overall claim is that with the ability to have a 2-year period of deferred action of deportation, many of these recipients choose to join the workforce instead of enrolling in school. Therefore, I agree with their claim, and I believe that these recipients choose to join the workforce instead of enrolling in school because the enrolling in school is far too expensive for DACA recipients. However, I believe this trend may change if schools decrease the prices of attending. Overall, I intend to use this article in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to inform the audience what DACA recipients choose to do with their renewable 2-year period of deferred action.

Hsin, Amy, and Francesc Ortega. “The Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on the

Educational Outcomes of Undocumented Students.” Demography, vol. 55, no. 4, Aug.

2018, pp. 1487–1506. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Amy Hsin’s scholarly article, “The Effects of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on the Educational Outcomes of Undocumented Students,” Hsin analyzes the educational outcomes of DACA. She states that DACA puts joining the work force over enrolling in education, not only because of the pricing but also because of DACA being a work program. She also states that many schools have a hard time accommodating for students who work. Her overall claim is that with DACA being temporary and with a chance for it to end, barriers for education are created. With that said, she believes that the American Dream becomes much less attainable. I agree with her overall claim because with the pricing and accommodation of these schools, it is hard for DACA recipients to earn an education, and instead must rely on an easily attainable job. Taking all this into consideration, it is obvious that DACA and the end of DACA could create a barrier for the American Dream. I intend to use this scholarly article in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” state what the nature of DACA can result in and what the effects are on the recipients’ education.

Delgado, Melvin. “Who Are the Unauthorized?” Sanctuary Cities, Communities, and

Organizations, Oxford University Press, pp. 69–97. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Melvin Delgado’s novel, “Sanctuary Cities, Communities, and Organizations,” specifically in chapter four, “Who Are the Unauthorized?” Delgado analyzes illegal immigrants and how they’re effected by the discrimination and such. More specifically, this chapter discusses how receiving labels and discrimination causes the individuals to get distracted from school, jobs, and family lives. Delgado’s overall claim is that with this discrimination and continuous labeling, these individuals have barriers to the American Dream. I agree with his statement because I believe that discrimination and labeling does indeed lead to distracting the person from family, school, and work; thus, impairing the American Dream. I intend to use this novel in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to provide more information about the barriers formed against the American Dream.

Hernandez, Arelis R. “What Will Happen to DACA? Federal Court Cases Could Lead to an

Answer.” 19 Aug. 2018. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Arelis R. Hernandez’s article, “What Will Happen to DACA?”, Hernandez claims that with DACA on the verge of ending, there are going to be major repercussions to those DACA individuals. Hernandez asserts that the protections these DACA individuals have, allows the individuals to seek higher-paying jobs, earn education, and reach the level of success they want to reach by having these protections. Hernandez states that the end of DACA will have a large impact on our country, specifically our economy will suffer and so will those under the protection of DACA. Therefore, I agree with this statement, and I believe if DACA is repealed then our economy will suffer because we would lose immigrant workers who have shaped our economies through developing businesses and communities from the ground up. I also believe, that the protections that are provided from DACA, help the DACA recipients achieve the American Dream, and with DACA possibly being repealed, they will suffer greatly. I intend to use Hernandez’s argument in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” as a way in which to add information about DACA and what the protections permit these DACA recipients to possibly achieve the American Dream.

Napolitano, Janet. “The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA.” 30 Nov. 2016. Print.

Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Janet Napolitano’s opinion editorial, “The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA,” Napolitano claims that DACA individuals (youth immigrants) have come to the US and started from the ground up and grew their roots and now they contribute highly to their communities. Her point is that these individuals have started from scratch and now contribute lots to our communities. For example, many major corporations are led by immigrants who came here as children. Napolitano believes that DACA can allow these individuals the ability to achieve the American Dream, and I agree with her statement. I believe that if DACA continued, the possibility for the American Dream would be easily attainable by these individuals. I intend to use this opinion editorial in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to present the audience with what possibilities DACA provides not only for America but for the recipients as well.

Silver, Alexis M. “Graduation, Isolation, and Backlash after DACA.” Shifting Boundaries,

Stanford University Press, 2018, pp. 105–125. Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Alexis M. Silver’s novel, “Shifting Boundaries,” specifically in chapter four, he discusses the effects of DACA, before, during, and after. Silver’s main claim is that DACA has created opportunities and has also got rid of some opportunities, simply, there are pros and cons to DACA. Silver believes that if DACA were to still exist then these recipients would have the chance to achieve the American Dream through the flagships of education and employment, and I agree with this statement. I believe that if these DACA recipients had the chance to stay in the US, they would be able to complete their education and seek employment, thus achieving the American Dream. I intend to use this novel in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to provide information that connects DACA to the American Dream.

Villavicencio, Karla Conejo. “The Psychic Toll of Trump’s DACA Decision.” 8 Sept. 2017.

Print. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In Karla Cornejo Villavicencio’s opinion editorial, “The Psychic Toll of Trump’s DACA Decision,” Villavicencio claims that if DACA were to be repealed, there would be a psychic toll to repealing it. This psychic toll in turn, would lead to these DACA recipients losing hope, getting anxiety, PTSD, and/or depression, all of these mental illnesses would make the possibility for the American Dream, hard. Villavicencio’s overall claim is that with the end of DACA near, the possibility to achieve the American Dream will be hard because they begin to develop mental illnesses; therefore, I agree with this statement. I believe that a mental issue is similar to an addiction when it comes to the American Dream, because you are distracted from achieving the American Dream, instead you are attempting to get out of this issue. While being distracted from the American Dream, the DACA individuals are not able to pay attention to raise their family, get employment, and earn an education. I intend to use this opinion editorial in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to state an example of how mental issues are beginning to ruin the chances for the achievement of the American Dream.

“What Is DACA?” University of California at Berkeley, undocu.berkeley.edu/legal-support-

overview/what-is-daca/. Accessed 19 March 2019.

In the University of California at Berkley’s information open-web article, they provide an overview of what DACA is and the information you must know about DACA before applying to schools. Additionally, UC Berkley states the requirements of DACA, the most important being that the individual immigrated to America as a child and numerous other requirements; these provide briefer information. UC Berkley’s main claim is that DACA can help you earn an education, but you must follow the policies, I agree with their statement. I believe that DACA can help these recipients earn an education through following the policies and DACA allowing the ability for education can lead to the achievement of the American Dream. I intend to use this open-web source in my research paper “The Immigrated Youth and The American Youth” to inform the audience with more information, requirements, and policies associated with DACA.

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