Studying Citizenship Constellations
Title: Studying Citizenship Constellations
Author: BAUBÖCK, Rainer
Citation: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2010, 36, 5, 847-859
ISSN: 1469-9451; 1369-183X
The papers in this special issue of JEMS illustrate how the field of citizenship studies is moving towards a much more systematic comparative approach. They also indicate that the gap between political and legal branches might be narrowing. This concluding contribution reflects on a perspective that goes beyond the currently dominant framework without replacing it. For both comparative and normative purposes, we need to study not merely the citizenship traditions, laws and policies of states considered separately, but rather as part of intertwined citizenship constellations.
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