Challenging Ethnic Citizenship
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Challenging Ethnic Citizenship

German and Israeli Perspectives on Immigration
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ISBN-13:
9781782381631
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Seiten:
290
Autor:
Daniel Levy
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Web PDF
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Sprache:
Englisch
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In contrast to most other countries, both Germany and Israel have descent-based concepts of nationhood and have granted members of their nation (ethnic Germans and Jews) who wish to immigrate automatic access to their respective citizenship privileges. Therefore these two countries lend themselves well to comparative analysis of the integration process of immigrant groups, who are formally part of the collective "self" but increasingly transformed into "others." The book examines the integration of these 'privileged' immigrants in relation to the experiences of other minority groups (e.g. labor migrants, Palestinians).

This volume offers rich empirical and theoretical material involving historical developments, demographic changes, sociological problems, anthropological insights, and political implications. Focusing on the three dimensions of citizenship: sovereignty and control, the allocation of social and political rights, and questions of national self-understanding, the essays bring to light the elements that are distinctive for either society but also point to similarities that owe as much to nation-specific characteristics as to evolving patterns of global migration.

Acknowledgements


Introduction: Changing Configurations of German and Israeli Immigration Regimes: A Comparative Perspective
Daniel Levy


PART I: CITIZENSHIP AND MIGRATION


Chapter 1. Ethnos or Demos? Migration and Citizenship in Germany
Rainer Münz


Chapter 2. From Haven to Heaven: Changing Patterns of Immigration to Israel
Yinon Cohen


PART II: CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALIZATION


Chapter 3. An Institution of Potential Exclusion: German Citizenship and Naturalization Practices (1815-1949) and the Politics of the 1913 Citizenship Law
Dieter Gosewinkel


Chapter 4. Citizenship and Migration: The Debate Surrounding Dual Citizenship in German
Ralf Fücks


Chapter 5. The Golem and Its Creator or How the Jewish Nation State Became Multi-ethnic
Yfaat Weiss


PART III: MINORITIES AND INCORPORATION REGIMES


Chapter 6. German Citizenship Policy and Sinti Identity Politics
Gilad Margalit


Chapter 7. Beyond "Second-Generation": Rethinking the Place of Migrant Youth Culture in Berlin
Levent Soysal


Chapter 8. Migration Regimes and Social Rights: Migrant Workers in the Israeli Welfare State
Zeev Rosenhek


Chapter 9. Ethnicity and Citizenship in the Perception of Russian Israelis
Dimitry Shumsky


PART IV: CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY


Chapter 10. Nationalism, Identity and Citizenship: An Epilogue to the Yehoshua-Shammas Debate
Baruch Kimmerling


Chapter 11. The Future of Arab Citizenship in Israel: Jewish-Zionist Time in a Place with No Palestinian Memory
Hassan Jabareen


Chapter 12. The Transformation of Germany's Ethno-cultural Idiom: the Case of Ethnic German Immigrants
Daniel Levy


PART V: REVISITING CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY: THE JEWISH EXPERIENCE


Chapter 13. The Jewish Challenges in the New Europe
Diana Pinto


Chapter 14. From Citizen Warrior to Citizen Shopper and Back: New Modes of Cosmopolitan Citizenship
Natan Sznaider


Afterword: Outlook(s): Citizenship in the Global Era
Daniel Levy and Yfaat Weiss


Notes on Contributors
Index

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