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by Alastair Davidson,Stephen Castles

eBook Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics of Belonging download ISBN: 0333643097
Author: Alastair Davidson,Stephen Castles
Publisher: Red Globe Press; 2000 edition (April 13, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 258
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ALASTAIR DAVIDSON is Professor of Politics at Monash and Inaugural Professor of Citizenship Studies, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

ALASTAIR DAVIDSON is Professor of Politics at Monash and Inaugural Professor of Citizenship Studies, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His recent publications include Globalisation and Citizenship in the Asia-Pacific (Macmillan). I guess Mr Davidson may be well versed in French, but then he should publish in French. No hard feeling! I just felt sorry for having paid for a book with the author I've admired only to find that many chapters in it though full of sound and fury, simply mean nothing to me!

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Citizenship, Nationality and Migration in Europe. Over the course of the twentieth century, dual citizenship gradually became more accepted, until it is now an inevitable fact of globalization. David Cescarani and Mary Fulbrook (Eds), London, Routledge, 1996, hbk and pbk, pp. 225 Citizenship, Europe and Change. Paul Close, London, Macmillan, 1995, hbk and pbk, pp. 335 Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe.

Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics of Belonging (Hardback). Globalization creates new challenges for citizenship: boundaries are being blurred and nation-state powers eroded. Stephen Castles (author), Alastair Davidson (author). Millions of people have multiple citizenship, millions more lack citizenship of their country of residence. Cultural heterogeneity is escalating. There are increasing numbers of citizens who do not belong. This undermines the nation-state as the central site of democracy.

Citizenship and migration: Globalization and the politics of belonging. S Castles, A Davidson. Migration and community formation under conditions of globalization. Psychology Press, 2000. Immigrant workers and class structure in Western Europe. Oxford University Press, 1973. Towards a sociology of forced migration and social transformation. Sociology 37 (1), 13-34, 2003. Ethnicity and globalization.

amp; Davidson, Alastair. Age of Migration : international population movements in the modern world, Stephen Castles and Mark .Find in other libraries. Citizenship and migration : globalization and the politics of belonging. Basingstoke : Macmillan. and Davidson, Alastair. Citizenship and migration : globalization and the politics of belonging, Stephen Castles and Alastair Davidson Macmillan Basingstoke 2000. Australian/Harvard Citation. amp; Davidson, Alastair.

Alastair Davidson, Stephen Castles. Place of Publication. Politics: General & Reference. ALASTAIR DAVIDSON is Professor of Politics at Monash and Inaugural Professor of Citizenship Studies, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Country of Publication. Politics & Government.

Stephen Castles, Alastair Davidson.

Stephen Castles is Professor and Director of the Centre for Multicultural Studies at the University of Wollongong, Australia and the author of The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World. He is currently a Professorial Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study, in Princeton, New Jersey. Politics & International Relations. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: POL000000.

Globalization creates new challenges for citizenship: boundaries are being blurred and nation-state powers eroded. Millions of people have multiple citizenship, millions more lack citizenship of their country of residence. Cultural heterogeneity is escalating. There are increasing numbers of citizens who do not belong. This undermines the nation-state as the central site of democracy. New approaches are needed, which take account of complex identities and transnational belonging, and which allow for democratic control of power at all its proliferating levels.