Migration, Citizenship and Ethno-national Identities in the European Union
Avebury, 1995 - Social Science - 212 pages
Whereas international migration, ethnic and ethno-national identities and citizenship issues have mainly been discussed separately or two by two (migration and citizenship, citizenship and national identity, etc.) in academic literature, this book attempts to discuss them jointly in a triangular analysis.
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