Rights Across Borders: Immigration and the Decline of Citizenship
BRILL, 1996 - 181 páginas
In Rights across Borders, political sociologist David Jacobson argues that transnational migrations have affected ideas of citizenship and the state since World War II. Jacobson shows how citizenship has been increasingly devalued as governments extend rights to foreign populations and how, in turn, international human rights law has overshadowed traditional definitions of sovereignty. Examining illegal immigration in the United States and migrant and foreign populations in Western Europe, with a special focus on Germany and France, Jacobson shows how the differing political cultures of these countries--the ethnic basis of citizenship in Germany versus its political basis in the United States, for instance--have shaped both domestic and international politics.
"This short but well-written book addresses a neglected aspect of the contemporary decline of the nation-state. It studies in depth the criteria by which France, Germany, and the United States distinguish between citizen and alien, from the political-territorial definition of the French to the ethno-cultural one of the Germans."--Francis Fukuyama, Foreign Affairs
"Jacobson challenges scholars to rethink their views of the state. Current theories of political sociology and international relations are rooted in conceptions that, he feels, are losing their relevance and bite... A thought-provoking book."--Lawrence M. Friedman, Law and Politics Book Review
"Few people discussing national and cultural identity or citizenship have looked at the legal ramifications of immigration. David Jacobson fills this gap in his important book."--Jeff Spinner-Halev, American Political Science Review
"A compelling explanation of theintersection between transnational migration and human rights norms. It will be of interest to scholars of both international migration and human rights as well as a general reading audience interested in questions regarding immigration and citizenship"--Debra DeLaet, Perspectives on Political Science
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RIGHTS ACROSS BORDERS: IMMIGRATION AND THE DECLINE OF CITIZENSHIP by David Jacobson. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1996. 181 pp. $33.50. ...
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Rights across Borders: Immigration and the Decline of Citizenship. By David Jacobson. Baltimore: Johns Hop- kins University Press, 1996. 181p. $33.50. ...
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Rights across borders: immigration and the decline of citizenship.
Title: Rights across borders: immigration and the decline of citizenship. POPLINE Document Number: 253878. Author(s):. Jacobson D. Source citation: ...
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Jacobson, David (2000) Rights Across Borders: Immigration and the Decline of Citizenship. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press. ...
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