Citizenship, Nationhood, and Non-Territoriality: Transnational Participation in Europe
PS, Political science & politics
GB : Cambridge University Press
693 - 696 p.
Citizenship, Nationhood, Non-Territoriality, Europe
Since the 1980s, the question of citizenship has taken root as a major theme in the social sciences and as the focus of juridical, political, social, and cultural debates in all democratic societies. In Europe, citizenship has taken different shapes and definitions in its rhetoric, ideology, and practice with regard to immigrants’ incorporation into nation-states and their expansion of political participation beyond boundaries relating to home and host country to include a broad European space. [Premières lignes]