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      Learning to Be Illegal : Undocumented Youth and Shifting Legal Contexts in the Transition to Adulthood

      American Sociological Review
      SAGE Publications

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                Journal
                American Sociological Review
                American Sociological Review
                SAGE Publications
                0003-1224
                1939-8271
                August 2011
                August 2011
                : 76
                : 4
                : 602-619
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                10.1177/0003122411411901
                611dc22f-83c5-4ced-b6c8-fadc3739897e
                © 2011
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