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New PDF release: Citizenship, nationality, and migration in Europe

By David Cesarani, Mary Fulbrook

ISBN-10: 0415131014

ISBN-13: 9780415131018

All through Europe longstanding principles of what it potential to be a citizen are being challenged. The experience of belonging to a kingdom hasn't ever been extra in flux. at the same time, nationalistic and racist hobbies are gaining floor and boundaries are being erected opposed to immigration. This quantity examines how ideas of citizenship have advanced in numerous international locations and ranging contexts. It explores the interconnection among rules of the state, modes of citizenship and the remedy of migrants. Adopting a multi-disciplinary and foreign procedure, this assortment brings jointly specialists from a number of fields together with political reports, historical past, legislation and sociology. via juxtaposing 4 eu international locations - Britain, France, Germany and Italy - and environment present developments opposed to a historic historical past, it highlights very important changes and exposes similarities within the pressing questions surrounding citizenship and the therapy of minorities in Europe this present day.

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Immigrants are sucked into precarious service jobs or employed illegally under exploitative conditions. The immigrant population is highly diverse, emanating from a dozen countries, and spread over a wide range of occupations, most of which are non-unionized. ' (See p. ) The liberal policy of extending rights to migrant workers has been frustrated by their clandestine modus operandi, itself a function of the new global economy of migration. Amnesties were offered to illegal immigrants to tempt them to regularize their position and extend to them a form of social and economic citizenship.

Foreigners replaced Southerners, many of whom were settled in the North and, unlike aliens, had the vote. Corrupt central government now served to highlight the assiduous, frugal and upright habits of folk living in Northern Italy (as against Northern Italians). From 1992, the Leagues occupied seats in the Italian Parliament and set their sights on national power. They now adopted a federalist agenda that would justify the conquest of central state institutions. In order to appear respectable, anti-immigrant rhetoric was toned down, but the assault on corrupt central government continued.

Many of these ethnic and national conflicts are historically rooted, which underlines the need for a historical perspective to the current fluid, and bewildering, state of citizenship and nationality. The British case (chapter 4) exemplifies the fluid nature of national identity, its interaction with nationality and citizenship. The concept of citizenship was always weak in England. Subjecthood was the preferred mode of belonging to the nation and persisted into the modern era by virtue of Parliament's assumption of the sovereign's mantle.

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