Immigration and the nation-state [electronic resource] : the United States, Germany, and Great Britain / Christian Joppke
- Joppke, Christian
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (viii, 356 pages)
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Immigration and the Nation-State -- Pt. I Embattled Entry -- 2.A Nation of Immigrants Again: The United States -- 3.Not a Country of Immigration: Germany -- 4.The Zero-Immigration Country: Great Britain -- Pt. II Multicultural Integration -- 5.'Race' Attacks the Melting-Pot: The United States -- 6.From Postnational Membership to Citizenship: Germany -- 7.Between Citizenship and Race: Great Britain -- 8.Conclusion: Resilient Nation-States.
- Comparing the postwar politics of immigration control and integration in the US, Germany, and Great Britain, set against diagnoses of nation-states diminished by globalization and international human rights regimes and discourses, the author argues that nation-states have proved remarkably resilient, at least in the face of immigration.
- 9780191599576 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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