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The Ironies of Citizenship : Naturalization and Integration in Industrialized Countries

By: Janoski, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2010Description: 1 online resource (354 p.).ISBN: 9780511916366.Subject(s): Citizenship | Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation | NaturalizationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ironies of Citizenship : Naturalization and Integration in Industrialized CountriesDDC classification: 323.6/23 LOC classification: JF801 .J36 2010Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction: The Politics of Granting Citizenship; Theories of Nationality Are Not the Same as Those of Immigration; Explaining Institutional Regime Causes of Nationality Rates over Centuries; Explaining the Political Development of Year-to-Year Naturalization Rates; Minor Keys - Fluctuations within Regimes; Conclusion; 2 Wide Measures with Dynamic and Synthetic Methods; Naturalization Rates; Computing Naturalization Rates with Stocks of Foreign Population; Variables Explaining Naturalization Rates
Synthesizing MethodologiesConclusion; Part I The Colonizers and Settlers; 3 Colonization in Reverse: Degrees of Empire in the United Kingdom and France; 4 From Manifest Destiny to Multicultural Diversity in the Settler Countries; Part II Matched case studies and Exceptions; 5 European Colonizer versus Short-Term Occupier: Austria and Germany; 6 World Colonizer versus Late Occupier: The Netherlands and Belgium; 7 Left and Green Politics Trump Regime Types in the Nordic Countries; Part III The Comprehensive Analysis of naturalization rates
8 Explaining Naturalization Rates in Eighteen Countries: Regimes over Centuries and Politics and Institutions over Decades9 Conclusion; Appendix 2.1: Three-Step Fixed Effect Vector Decomposition Statistical Methods; References; Government and International Agency Publications; Name Index; Subject Index
Summary: What causes some countries to naturalize large numbers of foreigners, while others keep them at arm's length?
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction: The Politics of Granting Citizenship; Theories of Nationality Are Not the Same as Those of Immigration; Explaining Institutional Regime Causes of Nationality Rates over Centuries; Explaining the Political Development of Year-to-Year Naturalization Rates; Minor Keys - Fluctuations within Regimes; Conclusion; 2 Wide Measures with Dynamic and Synthetic Methods; Naturalization Rates; Computing Naturalization Rates with Stocks of Foreign Population; Variables Explaining Naturalization Rates

Synthesizing MethodologiesConclusion; Part I The Colonizers and Settlers; 3 Colonization in Reverse: Degrees of Empire in the United Kingdom and France; 4 From Manifest Destiny to Multicultural Diversity in the Settler Countries; Part II Matched case studies and Exceptions; 5 European Colonizer versus Short-Term Occupier: Austria and Germany; 6 World Colonizer versus Late Occupier: The Netherlands and Belgium; 7 Left and Green Politics Trump Regime Types in the Nordic Countries; Part III The Comprehensive Analysis of naturalization rates

8 Explaining Naturalization Rates in Eighteen Countries: Regimes over Centuries and Politics and Institutions over Decades9 Conclusion; Appendix 2.1: Three-Step Fixed Effect Vector Decomposition Statistical Methods; References; Government and International Agency Publications; Name Index; Subject Index

What causes some countries to naturalize large numbers of foreigners, while others keep them at arm's length?

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