How Immigration is Changing Citizenship: A Comparative View
Title: How Immigration is Changing Citizenship: A Comparative View
Author: JOPPKE, Christian
Citation: Ethnic And Racial Studies, 1999, 22, 4, 629-652
This article compares the impact of post-war immigration on citizenship in three Western states: the United States, Germany and Great Britain. While focusing on national variations in the immigration-citizenship relationship, this comparison suggests some general implications for the institution of citizenship in liberal states: citizenship remains indispensable for integrating immigrants; the content of citizenship may change, in deviation from nationhood traditions; and citizenship is becoming increasingly multicultural.
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