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Title The human right to citizenship : a slippery concept / edited by Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann and Margaret Walton-Roberts.
Publisher Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.



Descript 1 online resource (viii, 316 pages).
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Contents Human rights of noncitizens / David Weissbrodt -- Statelessness : a matter of human rights / Kristy A. Belton -- Palestinian people : ambiguities of citizenship / Michal Baer -- State of stateless people : the plight of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh / Nassir Uddin -- Mobilizing against statelessness : the case of Brazilian emigrant communities / Carolina Moulin -- Natives, subjects, and wannabes : internal citizenship problems in postcolonial Nigeria / Chidi Anselm Odinkalu -- Capricious citizenship : identity, identification, and Banglo-Indians -- Sujata Ramachandran -- Are children's rights to citizenship slippery or slimy? / Jacqueline Bhabha and Margareta Matache -- How citizenship laws leave the Roma in Europe's hinterland / Helen O'nions -- Slippery slopes into illegality and the erosion of citizenship in the United States / Nancy Ann Hiemstra and Alison Mountz -- Managed into the margins : examining citizenship and human rights of migrant workers in Canada / Janet Mclaughlin and Jenna Hennebry -- Shapeshifting citizenship in Germany : expansion, erosion, and extension / Thomas Faist -- Multiple citizenships and slippery statecraft / Kim Rygiel and Margaret Walton-Roberts -- Sticky citizenship / Audrey Macklin.
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ISBN 9780812291421 (e-book)
0812291425 (e-book)
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Series Pennsylvania studies in human rights
Pennsylvania studies in human rights.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Subject Immigrants.
Aliens.
Nation-building.
Citizenship -- Political aspects.
Citizenship.
Alt author Walton-Roberts, Margaret, 1968-
Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E., 1948-
Project Muse.
Descript 1 online resource (viii, 316 pages).
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Media computer c
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Contents Human rights of noncitizens / David Weissbrodt -- Statelessness : a matter of human rights / Kristy A. Belton -- Palestinian people : ambiguities of citizenship / Michal Baer -- State of stateless people : the plight of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh / Nassir Uddin -- Mobilizing against statelessness : the case of Brazilian emigrant communities / Carolina Moulin -- Natives, subjects, and wannabes : internal citizenship problems in postcolonial Nigeria / Chidi Anselm Odinkalu -- Capricious citizenship : identity, identification, and Banglo-Indians -- Sujata Ramachandran -- Are children's rights to citizenship slippery or slimy? / Jacqueline Bhabha and Margareta Matache -- How citizenship laws leave the Roma in Europe's hinterland / Helen O'nions -- Slippery slopes into illegality and the erosion of citizenship in the United States / Nancy Ann Hiemstra and Alison Mountz -- Managed into the margins : examining citizenship and human rights of migrant workers in Canada / Janet Mclaughlin and Jenna Hennebry -- Shapeshifting citizenship in Germany : expansion, erosion, and extension / Thomas Faist -- Multiple citizenships and slippery statecraft / Kim Rygiel and Margaret Walton-Roberts -- Sticky citizenship / Audrey Macklin.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780812291421 (e-book)
0812291425 (e-book)
Series Pennsylvania studies in human rights
Pennsylvania studies in human rights.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Subject Immigrants.
Aliens.
Nation-building.
Citizenship -- Political aspects.
Citizenship.
Alt author Walton-Roberts, Margaret, 1968-
Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E., 1948-
Project Muse.

Subject Immigrants.
Aliens.
Nation-building.
Citizenship -- Political aspects.
Citizenship.
Descript 1 online resource (viii, 316 pages).
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Human rights of noncitizens / David Weissbrodt -- Statelessness : a matter of human rights / Kristy A. Belton -- Palestinian people : ambiguities of citizenship / Michal Baer -- State of stateless people : the plight of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh / Nassir Uddin -- Mobilizing against statelessness : the case of Brazilian emigrant communities / Carolina Moulin -- Natives, subjects, and wannabes : internal citizenship problems in postcolonial Nigeria / Chidi Anselm Odinkalu -- Capricious citizenship : identity, identification, and Banglo-Indians -- Sujata Ramachandran -- Are children's rights to citizenship slippery or slimy? / Jacqueline Bhabha and Margareta Matache -- How citizenship laws leave the Roma in Europe's hinterland / Helen O'nions -- Slippery slopes into illegality and the erosion of citizenship in the United States / Nancy Ann Hiemstra and Alison Mountz -- Managed into the margins : examining citizenship and human rights of migrant workers in Canada / Janet Mclaughlin and Jenna Hennebry -- Shapeshifting citizenship in Germany : expansion, erosion, and extension / Thomas Faist -- Multiple citizenships and slippery statecraft / Kim Rygiel and Margaret Walton-Roberts -- Sticky citizenship / Audrey Macklin.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Walton-Roberts, Margaret, 1968-
Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E., 1948-
Project Muse.
ISBN 9780812291421 (e-book)
0812291425 (e-book)

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