Citizenship Acquisition And National Belonging: Migration, Membership and the Liberal Democratic State by G. CalderCitizenship Acquisition And National Belonging: Migration, Membership and the Liberal Democratic State by G. Calder

Citizenship Acquisition And National Belonging: Migration, Membership and the Liberal Democratic…

byG. CalderEditorP. Cole, J. Seglow

Hardcover | November 12, 2009

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What does it take to become a citizen of a particular nation? Is it justified to restrict membership of a society, and if so, on what grounds? This book explores a series of pressing, controversial issues surrounding the acquisition of citizenship, in theory and practice.
GIDEON CALDER is Reader in Ethics and Social Philosophy at the University of Wales, Newport, UK PHILLIP COLE is Associate Dean in the School of Health and Social Sciences at the University of Wales, Newport, UK STEVE FENTON is Professor of Sociology at the University of Bristol, UK JAMES HAMPSHIRE is Lecturer in Politics at the Departm...
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Title:Citizenship Acquisition And National Belonging: Migration, Membership and the Liberal Democratic…Format:HardcoverDimensions:184 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:November 12, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230203191

ISBN - 13:9780230203198

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Table of Contents

Introduction; P.Cole On Membership and Free Movement; T.Torresi The American Fence: Liberal Political Theory and the Immorality of Membership; P.Cole Resident Aliens, Non-resident Citizens and Voting Rights: Towards a Pluralist Theory of Transnational Political Equality and Modes of Political Belonging; D.Owen Becoming Citizens: Naturalization in the Liberal State; J.Hampshire Republican Requirements for Access to Citizenship; I.Honohan Linguistic Competence and Citizenship Acquisition; A.Shorten What is 'Britishness', and is it Important?; R.Sales Introducing the Majority to Ethnicity: Do They Like What They See?; S.Fenton & R.Mann Conclusion: Practice and Policy; G.Calder & J.Seglow