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Author DeChaine, D. Robert (Daniel Robert), 1961-

Title Border Rhetorics : Citizenship and Identity on the Us-Mexico Frontier
Published Alabama : University of Alabama Press, 1753
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Summary Border Rhetorics is a collection of essays that undertakes a wide-ranging examination of the US-Mexico border as it functions in the rhetorical production of civic unity in the United States. A & ldquo;border & rdquo; is a powerful and versatile concept, variously invoked as the delineation of geographical territories, as a judicial marker of citizenship, and as an ideological trope for defining inclusion and exclusion. It has implications for both the empowerment and subjugation of any given populace. Both real and imagined, the border separates a zone of physical and symbolic exchange whose
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Author Calafell, Bernadette Marie.
Chávez, Karma R.
Cisneros, Josue David, 1981-
Demo, Anne Teresa, 1968-
Flores, Lisa A.
Goltz, Dustin Bradley, 1974-
Hasian, Marouf Arif, Jr.
Holling, Michelle A.
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ISBN 081738605X