Search inside eBookDB


Author: Rainer Bauböck
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: expanded, updated, europe, new, policies, citizenship
Number of Pages: 465
Published: 2010-03-01
ISBN-10: 9089641084
ISBN-13: 9789089641083

The two most recent expansions to the EU, in May 2004 and January 2007, have had a significant impact on contemporary conceptions of statehood, nation-building, and citizenship within the Union. This volume outlines the citizenship laws in each of the twelve new countries as well as in the accession states of Croatia and Turkey.
3674

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: citizenship, sovereignty, meaning, birthright, dual
Number of Pages: 111
Published:
ISBN-10: 1422332586
ISBN-13: 9781422332580
39152

Author: Marc Helbling
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: swiss, municipalities, naturalisations, nationhood, citizenship, heterogeneous, practising
Number of Pages: 214
Published: 2008-07
ISBN-10: 9089640347
ISBN-13: 9789089640345

Switzerland likely has the most particular naturalization system in the world. Whereas in most countries citizenship attribution is regulated at the central level of the state, in Switzerland each municipality is accorded the right to decide who can become a Swiss citizen. This book aims at exploring naturalization processes from a comparative perspective and to explain why some municipalities pursue more restrictive citizenship policies than others. The Swiss case provides a unique opportunity to approach citizenship politics from new perspectives. It allows us to go beyond formal citizenship
6713

Author: Caroline Sweetman
Publisher: Oxfam
Keywords: citizenship, development, gender
Number of Pages: 110
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 0855985054
ISBN-13: 9780855985059

Focusing on citizenship means thinking about the relationships between individuals and the states in which they live. What difference does having citizenship rights mean for people's lives? Are structures of governance efficient, and responsive to people's needs? This collection of articles examines ways in which citizenship is denied, and argues that citizenship can be used to demand and advance human rights. Women often find themselves excluded from full citizenship by legal systems which leave men to look after the interests of their female dependants. But women need recognition as citizens
26646

Author: Margaret Mikyung Lee
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: states, alien, parents, united, persons, citizenship, amendment, birthright
Number of Pages: 21
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437939198
ISBN-13: 9781437939194

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Over the last decade or so, concern about illegal immigration has sporadically led to a re-examination of a long-established tenet of U.S. citizenship, codified in the Citizenship Clause of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), that a person who is born in the U.S., is a citizen of the U.S. regardless of the race, ethnicity, or alienage of the parents. Some congressional Members have supported a revision of the Citizenship Clause or at least holding hearings for a serious co
6709

Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: instructors, citizenship, manual, reference
Number of Pages: 87
Published: 1987-06-01
ISBN-10: 0788130315
ISBN-13: 9780788130311

Offers suggestions for planning and conducting citizenship instruction, including activities which can be used to present and reinforce the subject manner. The guide is divided into the following sections: overview of citizenship instruction, assumptions underlying texts, description of texts, organization and use of texts, instructional activities, improving communication skills in limited English proficient adults, evaluating learner process, and additional resources and materials. All of the chapters are applicable to classroom instructors.
44767

Author: Gianluca Paolo Parolin
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: nation, state, religion, kin, arab, world, citizenship
Number of Pages: 191
Published: 2009-08-15
ISBN-10: 9089640452
ISBN-13: 9789089640451

The result of five years of intensive research on citizenship in the Arab world, this volume uses the multidisciplinary approach of comparative legal studies in order to consider the multifaceted reality of nationality and citizenship. Gianluca P. Parolin brings together methodologies from fields as diverse as anthropology, linguistics, sociology, and political science, while exploring a broad range of Western and Arab references accessed in their original languages and sources, making in-text references and contemporary Arab legislation accessible for the general reader.
6710
(Page 1 of 12)    First  
Previous
   Next   Last  Go to Page:
No Books found.