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Citizenship and Migration

Globalization and the Politics of Belonging

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13 April 2000

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Globalization creates new challenges for citizenship: boundaries are being blurred and nation-state powers eroded. Millions of people have multiple citizenship, millions more lack citizenship of their country of residence....

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Globalization creates new challenges for citizenship: boundaries are being blurred and nation-state powers eroded. Millions of people have multiple citizenship, millions more lack citizenship of their country of residence. Cultural heterogeneity is escalating. There are increasing numbers of citizens who do not belong. This undermines the nation-state as the central site of democracy. New approaches are needed, which take account of complex identities and transnational belonging, and which allow for democratic control of power at all its proliferating levels.

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A timely and pertinent book from well known and highly regarded authors
Links political theory with up to date analysis of the emerging practical consequences for citizenship of migration and minority formation
Offers international examples drawn from original research
Issues addressed are truly multidisciplinary

Preface
The Crisis of Citizenship
Theories of Citizenship
Immigration, Minority Formation and Racialization
Becoming a Citizen
Being a Citizen
Ethnic Mobilization and New Political Subjects
The End of National Belonging
Globalization and Citizenship in the Asia-Pacific Region
Social Capital and the New Civics
Postscript: Citizenship or Chaos
Bibliography.

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STEPHEN CASTLES is Professor and Director, Centre for Multicultural Studies, University of Wollongong, Australia. He is the author, with Mark Miller, of The Age of Migration (second edition).

ALASTAIR DAVIDSON is Professor of Politics at Monash and Inaugural Professor of Citizenship Studies, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His recent publications include Globalisation and Citizenship in the Asia-Pacific (Macmillan).

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STEPHEN CASTLES is Professor and Director, Centre for Multicultural Studies, University of Wollongong, Australia. He is the author, with Mark Miller, of The Age of Migration (second edition).

ALASTAIR DAVIDSON is Professor of Politics at Monash and Inaugural Professor of Citizenship Studies, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His recent publications include Globalisation and Citizenship in the Asia-Pacific (Macmillan).

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