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eBook Dual Nationality, Social Rights and Federal Citizenship in the U.S. and Europe: The Reinvention of Citizenship (Culture  Society in Germany) download ISBN: 1571818057
Author: Patrick Weil,Randall Hansen
Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (May 1, 2002)
Language: English
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Why has dual nationality provoked such contrasting responses, being a non-issue in the UK, for instance, and an extremely controversial one in Germany?

Why has dual nationality provoked such contrasting responses, being a non-issue in the UK, for instance, and an extremely controversial one in Germany?

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Book description: Dual nationality has become one of the most divisive . The Reinvention of Citizenship. Chapter 5. Germany's Citizenship Law under Immigration Pressure Kay Hailbronner.

The Reinvention of Citizenship. Chapter 6. Dual Nationality and Naturalisation Policies in the German Länder Peter Friedrich Bultmann.

Jeanne Gregory, Anna Ward, Nira Yuval-Davis & European Forum of Socialist Feminists - 1992. Comparative Citizenship: A Restrictive Turn in Europe?

Jeanne Gregory, Anna Ward, Nira Yuval-Davis & European Forum of Socialist Feminists - 1992. Comparative Citizenship: A Restrictive Turn in Europe? Christian Joppke - 2008 - Law and Ethics of Human Rights 2 (1):1-41. European Citizenship: Towards a European Identity? Percy B. Lehning - 2001 - Law and Philosophy 20 (3):239 - 282. Introduction: Citizenship in Europe After World War II-the Challenges of Migration and European Integration.

The Reinvention of Citizenship (Culture & Society in Germany). Published May 2002 by Berghahn Books. Dual nationality, Conflict of laws, Citizenship.

Randall Hansen, Dual Nationality, Social Rights and Federal . With T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Citizenship, in Europe and the Immigrants in the 21. st. century.

Randall Hansen, Dual Nationality, Social Rights and Federal Citizenship in the . and in Europe, The Reinvention of Citizenship, New York, Oxford, Berghan Press, 2002 Lifting the veil , French Politics Culture and Society, Vol. 22 n°3, Fall 2004, p. 42-149. Citizenship, naturalization , in the Charles Scribner's Sons New dictionary of the history of ideas, 2004 Histoire et mémoire des discriminations en matière de nationalité française , 20. ème. Siècle, n°84, octobre-décembre 2004, p. -22.

Dual Nationality and the French Citizenship Tradition Geraud de la Pradelle Chapter 10. The Attack on Social Rights: . Citizenship Devalued Susan Martin Chapter 11. Seeking Shelter: Immigrants and the Divergence of Social Rights and Citizenship in the United States Michael Jones Correra Chapter 12. Variations in Transnational Belonging: Lessons from Brazil and the Dominican Republic Peggy Levitt Chapter 13. EU Citizenship at the 1996 IGC Carlos Closa Chapter 14. The Question of Nationality within a Federation: A Neglected Issue in Nationality Law Olivier Beaud Bibliography Index.

Dual nationality has become one of the most divisive issues linked with the politics of migration in Germany and the US. This volume, the first one in decades to focus on this issue, examines the history, consequences and arguments for and against dual citizenship, and uses dual nationality as the basis of a reflection on important issues closely related to it: social rights, European citizenship and federal citizenship. It pays particular attention to questions such as: What are the major arguments in favor and against dual nationality? Why has dual nationality provoked such contrasting responses, being a non-issue in the UK, for instance, and an extremely controversial one in Germany? How is dual nationality used by states to influence politics and policy in other states? How does it relate to the aim of integrating ethnic migrants and to broader issues in social policy and European integration?