|1.||Kondo, Atsushi (ed.) : Citizenship in a global world, 2001|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Citizenship in a global world : comparing citizenship rights for aliens / Kondo, Atsushi (ed.), xii, 255 p.. - New York : Palgrave, 2001.
ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction, by A. Kondo. 1. Citizenship Rights for Aliens in Japan, by A. Kondo 2. Access to Citizenship for Aliens in the Netherlands; by Gerard-René de Groot. 3. Citizenship Rights for Aliens in Sweden, by Elena Dingu-Kyrklund. 4. Citizenship Rights for Aliens in France, by Benoit Guiguet. 5. Citizenship Rights for Aliens in Germany, by Kay Hailbronner. 6. Patterns of Privilege; Citizenship Rights in Britain, by Zig Layton-Henry. 7. The Rights and Obligations of Immigrant Citizens and Non-Citizens in Australia, by Stephen Castles & Gianni Zappalà. 8. Aliens and Citizens in New Zealand, by P.aul Spoonley. 9. Citizenship Rights and Non-citizens: A Canadian Perspective, by Donald Galloway. 10. Change and Convergence: Is American Immigration Still Exceptional?, by T.C.Heller. 11. Comparison of Citizenship and Aliens' Rights, by Atushi Kondo. Bibliography Index
NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; ICCPR; ICESCR;
|2.||Hansen, Randall (ed.) : Dual nationality, social rights and federal citizenship in the U. S. and Europe, 2002|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Dual nationality, social rights and federal citizenship in the U. S. and Europe : the reinvention of citizenship / Hansen, Randall (ed.) ; Weil, Patrick (ed.), ix, 341 p.. - New York : Berghahn Books, 2002.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Introduction : Dual citizenship in a changed world : immigration, gender and social rights, by Randall Hansen and Patrick Weil. PART I : THE PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES OF DUAL CITIZENSHIP : 1. Peter Spiro : Embracing Dual Nationality. 2. David Martin : New Rules for Dual Nationality. 3. Peter H. Schuck : Plural citizenships. 4. Joseph S. Carens : Citizenship and Civil Society: What Rights for Residents? PART II : DUAL CITIZENSHIP IN GERMANY :. 5. Kay Hailbronner: Germany's Citizenship Law under Immigration Pressure. 6. Peter Friedrich Bultmann : Dual Nationality and Naturalisation Policies in the German Länder. 3. Riva Kastoryano : Türken mit Deutschem Pass: Sociological and Political Perspectives on Dual Nationality in Germany. PART III : OTHER EUROPEAN TRADITIONS : 1. Randall Hansen : The dog that didn't bark: dual Nationality in the United Kingdom. 2. Geraud de la Pradelle: Dual Nationality and the French Citizenship Tradition. PART IV : SOCIAL RIGHTS, DUAL CITIZENSHIP AND NATIONALITY IN AN AMERICAN CONTEXT: 1. Susan Martin : The Attack on Social Rights: U.S. Citizenship Devalued. 2. Michael Jones Correra : Seeking Shelter: Immigrants and the Divergence of Social Rights and Citizenship in the United States. 3. Peggy Levitt, Variations in Transnational Belonging: Lessons from Brazil and the Dominican Republic. PART V: REINVENTING CITIZENSHIP : DUAL CITIZENSHIP, FEDERAL CITIZENSHIP AND EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP: 1. Carlos Closa : EU Citizenship at the 1996 IGC. 2. Olivier Beaud : The Question of Nationality within a Federation: A Neglected Issue in Nationality Law.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: USA / Afghanistan / Algeria / Argentina / Asia / Australia / Austria / Canada / China / Germany / Columbia / Croatia / Cuba / Denmark / Dominican Republic / France / El Salvador / Eritrea / Finland / France / Greece / Guatemala / Haiti / Iran / Ireland / Italy / Kenya / Mexico / Morocco / New Zealand / Northern Ireland / Pakistan / Philippines / Poland / South Africa / SPain / USSR / South Africa / South America / Sweden / Switzerland / Tunisia / Turkey