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Citizenship and Migration
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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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'A concise view of the intersection between migration, ethnicity and citizenship in a globalised world.' - Urban Policy and Research 'This book by Castles and Davidson is a convincing synthesis of some of the main theoretical and policy issues in the field of migration and citizenship today. They again provide a remarkable theoretical solidity, as well as empirically grounded reflection which transcends both geographical and disciplinary boundaries. For these reasons, it is a must read for all students in the area of migration, globalization, ethnicity and citizenship. This confirms Castles' position as one of the leading transnational researchers in the field of migration.' - Marco Martiniello, International Sociology

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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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'A concise view of the intersection between migration, ethnicity and citizenship in a globalised world.' - Urban Policy and Research 'This book by Castles and Davidson is a convincing synthesis of some of the main theoretical and policy issues in the field of migration and citizenship today. They again provide a remarkable theoretical solidity, as well as empirically grounded reflection which transcends both geographical and disciplinary boundaries. For these reasons, it is a must read for all students in the area of migration, globalization, ethnicity and citizenship. This confirms Castles' position as one of the leading transnational researchers in the field of migration.' - Marco Martiniello, International Sociology

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