Ethnic Citizenship Regimes: Europeanization, Post-war Migration and Redressing Past Wrongs by A. Maatsch

Ethnic Citizenship Regimes: Europeanization, Post-war Migration and Redressing Past Wrongs

byA. Maatsch

Hardcover | April 12, 2011

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This book sheds light on the processes that have transformed national citizenship of the European Union's member states and explains the legislative changes that have taken place since the mid-1980s in Germany, Hungary and Poland.

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ALEKSANDRA MAATSCH is Senior Researcher at the Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies at the University of Bremen, Germany.
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Title:Ethnic Citizenship Regimes: Europeanization, Post-war Migration and Redressing Past WrongsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:April 12, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230284248

ISBN - 13:9780230284241

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Table of Contents

Citizenship in a Migratory World
Comparative Citizenship Research: Competing Accounts Explaining Convergence and Divergence
National Parliaments as Deliberative Bodies
Legislative Reforms of National Citizenship: Patterns of Convergence and Divergence in Germany, Hungary and Poland (1985-2007)
Explaining Convergence and Divergence of National Citizenship Legislation: a Comparative Analysis of Parliamentary Debates
Toward Convergence: Horizontal Europeanization of National Citizenship Legislation
Conclusions
Appendix
Bibliography