Beyond Nationalism

Beyond Nationalism

Sovereignty and Citizenship Fred Reinhard Dallmayr, José María Rosales ... R .
Zapata - Barrero , “ Thinking European Citizenship from the Perspective of an
Eventual Euro - Foreigner , ” in Citizenship , Multiculturalism and the State , ed .

Author: Fred Reinhard Dallmayr

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: UOM:39015050812828

Category: Political Science

Page: 302

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Bringing fresh insight to an important contemporary debate, Fred Dallmayr and José M. Rosales consider the changing definition of nationalism and the nation-state in our era of globalization. The question mark in the title of this volume points to the multiple issues at stake: what is the meaning of nationalism? Is there only one or possibly multiple types of nationalism? What does it mean to be "beyond" nationalism? Can one safely abandon nationalism and the nation-state? The contributors address these and other concerns, not only through the lenses of institutional and comparative social scientific analysis, but also with an eye toward the "existential" implications for people living in our time: their well-being, legal safety and protection, and sense of identity. Dallmayr and Rosales have structured the book in three parts, leading from theoretical revisions of nationalist theory to contrasting views on globalization and sovereignty to the concluding discussion of human rights. Beyond Nationalism? thus explores some of the most urgent contemporary civic and political challenges raised by a post-national and cosmopolitan reconfiguration of the world order.
Categories: Political Science

The Border

The Border

... 2011), pp.4–5. Peter Hollinger, “Council of Europe Warns on Multiculturalism,”
Financial Times, https:// ... By 2006, the largest numbers of EU citizens migrating
to other member states were from Poland and Romania. By 2016, Polish citizens

Author: Martin A. Schain

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199938674

Category: Political Science

Page: 312

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In our globalized world, borders are back with a vengeance. New data shows a massive increase of walls and barriers between countries after 2001. However, at the same time, the flow of people and the growth of trade have continued at impressive rates, and arguments for more open borders remain relevant. In The Border, Martin Schain compares how and why border policy has become increasingly important, politicized, and divisive in both Europe and the United States. Drawing from an intensive analysis of documents and interviews, he argues that border control is a growing international movement. In Europe, the European Union is under scrutiny, and many countries seek to block the entry of asylum-seekers from wars in the Near East. In the US, Donald Trump pledged to build a wall along the Mexico border, restricted the entry of Syrian asylum-seekers, and more generally tried to ban Muslim immigration. Moreover, on both sides of the Atlantic, trade barriers appear in the political agendas of major parties. Schain delves into these interlinked phenomena, showing that migration, identity, and trade have been packaged and transformed into hotly contested issues of border governance and control.
Categories: Political Science

Old and New Minorities

Old and New Minorities

Parekh , Bhikhu , “ Integrating Minorities in a Multicultural Society ” , in Ulrich K .
Preuss and Ferran Requejo ( eds . ) , European Citizenship , Multiculturalism ,
and the State ( Nomos , Baden - Baden , 1998 ) . Park , Jungwon , “ Integration of

Author: Roberta Medda

Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh & Company

ISBN: UOM:39015079231786

Category: Political Science

Page: 285

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Questions concerning whether and how the rights of minorities should be recognized in politics, and how to maintain and strengthen the bonds of community in ethnically diverse societies, are among the most salient and vexing on the political agenda of many societies. The growing diversity of national communities has generated pressures for new and more defensible forms of accommodating social cohesion and diversity. Although societies need to develop appropriate models of integration suited to their history, traditions, demographic composition, political requirements, and so on, their decisions should be guided by two general principles, namely respect for diversity and fostering a sense of common belonging and unity. This book states that it is possible to develop a defensible model for minority integration that reconciles unity and diversity. Studying the interaction between "old" and "new" minority groups and how they complement each other is a rather new task. So far these topics have been studied in isolation from each other. It is also an important task for future research in Europe where many states have established systems of "old" minority rights, but have not yet developed sound policies for the integration of "new" minority groups originating from recent migration. Old and New Minorities: Reconciling Diversity and Cohesion is a valuable resource for academics, scholars, students, and practitioners working on international human rights law, and the law and policy surrounding minorities, migrants, refugees, and all categories of non-citizens.
Categories: Political Science

Knowledge Policy

Knowledge Policy

Kostakopoulou , T. ( 1996 ) , “ Towards a theory of constructive citizenship in
Europe ' , Journal of Political Philosophy , 4 ( 4 ) ... in a multicultural society ' , in U
. Press and F. Requezo ( eds ) , European Citizenship , Multiculturalism and the
State ...

Author: Greg Hearn

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131711157

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 277

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Covering new investigations of the geology, paleontology and paleoecology of the early hominin site of Laetoli in northern Tanzania, this volume describes newly discovered fossil hominins, and reviews the systematics and paleobiology of associated fauna.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Diversity of Democracy

The Diversity of Democracy

Contemporary Capitalism ( co - edited with Herbert Kitschelt , Peter Lange and
John Stephens , 1999 ) , and European Integration ... and Claus Offe , 1998 ) ,
and European Citizenship , Multiculturalism and the State ( as co - editor , 1998 )

Author: Colin Crouch

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: UOM:39015067643414

Category: Political Science

Page: 260

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"Paying tribute to the work of Philippe Schmitter, which bridges the themes discussed in the book and which has provided inspiration to an entire generation of social scientists, The Diversity of Democracy will be invaluable to academics, students and researchers with an interest in political science, democratic theory, European integration and the study of democratic transitions as well as Latin America and Eastern European studies."--Jacket.
Categories: Political Science

Citizenship Education in Turkey

Citizenship Education in Turkey

European Journal of Economic and Political Studies 3 (2): 111–25. Kymlicka, Will
. 2003. 'Multicultural States and Intercultural Citizens'. Theory and Research in
Education 1 (2): 147–69. 001. ———

Author: Abdulkerim Sen

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498594691

Category: Political Science

Page: 146

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This book investigates the evolution of citizenship education curriculum in parallel with the ideological transition of the country in a crucial period in which political power switched from secular-militant to Islamic nationalism. It sheds light on the ways in which a combination of internal and external influences shaped the curriculum which include the power struggle between the two forms of nationalism and the role of the United Nations, the European Union and Council of Europe. In most countries, the national curriculum is modified when there is a change of government. In Turkey, the alignment of the national curriculum to the dominant ideology in power is to be expected. Therefore, the investigation offers more than a descriptive account of the transformation of citizenship education curriculum. Against the backdrop of the ideological transformation of the national education from 1995 to 2012, the book presents a nuanced and critical account of curriculum change in citizenship education.
Categories: Political Science

The Emerging European Union

The Emerging European Union

Grabbe , H. ( 2002 ) , Euroopeanization Goes East : Power and Uncertainty in the
EU Accession Process , Paper for the ECPR Joint Sessions of ... ( 1998 ) ,
European Citizenship , Multiculturalism , and the State , Nomos , Baden - Baden .

Author: Barbara Henry


ISBN: UOM:39015062826154

Category: Political Science

Page: 250

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Categories: Political Science

Multicultural Policies and the State

Multicultural Policies and the State

The idea of citizenship of the European Union remains a rather empty category ,
an insubstantial and forlorn ideal ( Martiniello 1995a ) . The intergovernmental
conference of 1996–97 and the Amsterdam Summit of 1997 did not lead to ...

Author: Marco Martiniello (sociology.)

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: STANFORD:36105021949057

Category: Political Science

Page: 215

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"In an age of transnational economic and political integration, it is surprisingly rare to find social scientists reflecting on the lessons of cross national comparison. At first glance, there may be little to suggest why a comparison between Belgium and Britain should be instructive. The former is a small country geographically located at the heart of Europe and housing the putative capital. The latter has a large population by European standards but is struggling to reconcile a proud, but insular, history - and 'special relationship' to the United States - with the economic imperative of union with the Continent. Yet on closer inspection there are intriguing similarities. Both countries have learnt some lessons from colonial adventures, both contain 'nations within nations' and both have incorporated significant populations of migrants from outside Europe since 1945. Both, in other words, have had to confront the challenge of 'multiculturalism.' One has had to build an approach from a starting point where a deep rift exists between two constituent 'nations', the other from an equally profound colonial experience which produced a legacy of racial and ethnic categorisation. Yet the situation is anything but static as Britain experiences a resurgence of regional (or national) pride and Belgium confronts the realities of offering citizenship to the descendants of recent migrants."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Categories: Political Science

Adoption and Multiculturalism

Adoption and Multiculturalism

Europe, the Americas, and the Pacific Jenny H Wills, Tobias Hubinette, Indigo
Willing ... state and his adoption agency were culpable to negligent behavior for
not ensuring that his American citizenship had been secured after he was
adopted .

Author: Jenny H Wills

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472074518

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 286

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Adoption and Multiculturalism features the voices of international scholars reflecting transnational and transracial adoption and its relationship to notions of multiculturalism. The essays trouble common understandings about who is being adopted, who is adopting, and where these acts are taking place, challenging in fascinating ways the tidy master narrative of saviorhood and the concept of a monolithic Western receiving nation. Too often the presumption is that the adoptive and receiving country is one that celebrates racial and ethnic diversity, thus making it superior to the conservative and insular places from which adoptees arrive. The volume’s contributors subvert the often simplistic ways that multiculturalism is linked to transnational and transracial adoption and reveal how troubling multiculturalism in fact can be. The contributors represent a wide range of disciplines, cultures, and connections in relation to the adoption constellation, bringing perspectives from Europe (including Scandinavia), Canada, the United States, and Australia. The book brings together the various methodologies of literary criticism, history, anthropology, sociology, and cultural theory to demonstrate the multifarious and robust ways that adoption and multiculturalism might be studied and considered. Edited by three transnational and transracial adoptees, Adoption and Multiculturalism: Europe, the Americas, and the Pacific offers bold new scholarship that revises popular notions of transracial and transnational adoption as practice and phenomenon.
Categories: Family & Relationships

The Diversity Advantage

The Diversity Advantage

Multicultural Identity in the New World Economy. 3. The mobility statistic credited
to ... of Global Culture (1996). 32. B. Parekh, "Integrating Minorities in a
Multicultural Society," in European Citizenship, Multiculturalism, and the State (
1998), 68.


Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN: 0813340500

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 310

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Argues that a nation's economic, political, and cultural successes are tied to its diversity, profiling an emerging global civilization while explaining how new forms of identity and migration are creating strength in various countries. Reprint.
Categories: Business & Economics

Theorien europ ischer Integration

Theorien europ  ischer Integration

179 Shaw ( Anm . 115 ) , S . 240ff . ; dies . , Citizenship of the Union , in :
Academy of European Law ( ed . ) ... European Citizenship , Multiculturalism ,
and the State , 1998 , S . 11 ; N . Reich , A European Constitution for Citizens :
Reflections on ...

Author: Wilfried Loth

Publisher: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften

ISBN: UOM:39015055464021

Category: Social Science

Page: 294

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Wie kann man den Prozess der europäischen Integration erklären und was folgt daraus für seine weitere Entwicklung? Namhafte Vertreter der Geschichtswissenschaft, der Wirtschaftswissenschaft, der Politikwissenschaft, der Rechtswissenschaft und der Soziologie erläutern, welche Beiträge ihre Disziplinen zur Erklärung des europäischen Integrationsprozesses entwickelt haben und diskutieren die Möglichkeiten ihrer Verknüpfung zu einer interdisziplinären Integrationstheorie. Die Antriebskräfte der europäischen Integration kommen dabei ebenso in den Blick wie die Entwicklungsdynamik der europäischen Institutionen, der Wandel von Staatlichkeit in Europa und das Demokratieproblem in der Europäischen Union. Konzepte und Ergebnisse der Disziplinen werden zu einer gemeinsamen Integrationswissenschaft verbunden.
Categories: Social Science

Constitutional Theory

Constitutional Theory

The Relevance of the Concept of Citizenship in the EU . In European Citizenship
, Multiculturalism and the State . Ed . U. K. Preuß and F. Requejo . BadenBaden :
Nomos . Radin , M. 1996. Contested Commodities . Cambridge , MA : Harvard ...

Author: Wojciech Sadurski

Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited

ISBN: OSU:32437122216878

Category: Law

Page: 528

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In this volume, key contributors consider various elements of constitutional theory, creating a work of immense interest to legal scholars and political scientists alike.
Categories: Law

Multiculturalism in the British Commonwealth

Multiculturalism in the British Commonwealth

40. interview with sir Bernard Crick, June 2002 quoted in Dina Kiwan, “
Citizenship education at the Cross-Roads: four Models ... 51. see Meer and
Modood, “Multicultural state We're in”; Uberoi and Modood. ... Tufyal Choudhury,
“evolving Models of Multiculturalism in the United Kingdom,” in Interculturalism:
Europe and Its ...

Author: Richard T. Ashcroft

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520299320

Category: History

Page: 305

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At publication date, a free ebook version of this title will be available through Luminos, University of California Press’s Open Access publishing program. Visit to learn more. Multiculturalism as a distinct form of liberal-democratic governance gained widespread acceptance after World War II, but in recent years this consensus has been fractured. Multiculturalism in the British Commonwealth examines cultural diversity across the postwar Commonwealth, situating modern multiculturalism in its national, international, and historical contexts. Bringing together practitioners from across the humanities and social sciences to explore the legal, political, and philosophical issues involved, these essays address common questions: What is postwar multiculturalism? Why did it come about? How have social actors responded to it? In addition to chapters on Australia, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand, this volume also covers India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Singapore, and Trinidad, tracing the historical roots of contemporary dilemmas back to the intertwined legacies of imperialism and liberalism. In so doing it demonstrates that multiculturalism has implications that stretch far beyond its current formulations in public and academic discourse.
Categories: History

Multiculturalism Muslims and Citizenship

Multiculturalism  Muslims and Citizenship

This informative collection investigates the European dimension of multiculturalism and immigration.

Author: Tariq Modood

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134255610

Category: Religion

Page: 212

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This informative collection investigates the European dimension of multiculturalism and immigration. It argues that political theory discourse of multiculturalism and resulting EU policies assume an interpretation of liberalism developed chiefly from the American experience, and that this issue must be addressed as the European experience is entirely different (with the main influx being non-white, ethnic and religious groups challenging liberalism and existing notions of citizenship). Presenting a fresh and unique perspective of multiculturalism and citizenship in Western Europe today, this book offers a comparative series of national case studies by a diverse range of leading scholars that together provide a theoretical framework for the volume as a whole. The contributors investigate the extent to which we can talk about a common Europe-wide multiculturalism debate, or whether here too there is a Europe of two (or more) gears, in which some countries address multicultural claims swiftly whilst others lag behind, busy with more basic issues of immigrant acceptance and integration. Comprehensive and interdisciplinary, this text is essential reading for advanced undergraduates, researchers and policy makers interested in immigration, multiculturalism, European integration, Islamic studies and ethnicities.
Categories: Religion

John Rawls

John Rawls

Requejo , Ferran . " European Citizenship in Plurinational States : Some Limits of
Traditional Democratic Theories : Rawls and Habermas " in Preuss , Ulrich and
Requejo , Ferran , eds . European Citizenship , Multiculturalism and the State .


Publisher: Reference & Research Services

ISBN: UCSC:32106016142793

Category: Reference

Page: 64

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a bibliography of the work of John Rawls and critical literature about his work.
Categories: Reference

Multiculturalism and the state

Multiculturalism and the state

Debates concerning the citizenship of ethnic and racial minorities have
developed in relation to all levels of citizenship ... The "freedom of movement
within the European community", the Israeli Law of Return and the German
nationality law ...

Author: University of London. Institute of Commonwealth Studies

Publisher: Institute of Commonwealth Studies

ISBN: 1855070634

Category: Social Science

Page: 130

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Categories: Social Science

European Integration Immigration and the Nation State

European Integration  Immigration and the Nation State

The prescribed social change towards a democratic multiculturalism is still firmly
anchored in a nation state structured field ... conflict over ethnic difference , and
progressive ideas of citizenship , welfare - based justice and equality , provide
the ...

Author: Adrian Favell


ISBN: STANFORD:36105073405826

Category: Emigration and immigration law

Page: 36

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Categories: Emigration and immigration law