Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics of Belonging
"Castles and Davidson explore these important questions and issues in a wide-ranging and extremely engaging analysis that considers citizenship, difference and democracy both in theoretical and applied terms. Offering a truly international framework, they examine citizenship in both western countries and the Asia-Pacific region and draw on important and illuminating examples throughout to illustrate and extend their argument."--BOOK JACKET.
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Becoming a Citizen
Being a Citizen
Ethnic Mobilization and New Political Subjects
The End of National Belonging
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