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Immigration / Tom Lansford, book editor. [print]

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Global viewpointsPublication details: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, (c)2009.Description: 208 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780737741582
  • 0737741589
  • 9780737741599
  • 0737741597
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • JV6201.I465 2009
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Contents:
Chapter 1: Immigration and citizenship. 1. India has made citizenship allowances for foreigners of Indian origin Poorvi Chothani 2. Sweden changed its citizenship laws to better accommodate immigrants Per Gustafson 3.. Russia struggles to balance the need for new citizens with domestic opposition to immigrants Zygmunt Dzieciolowski 4. Germany may require a test of loyalty to obtain citizenship Turkish Daily News 5. The United States needs to improve the processes that allow immigrants to become citizens Souheila Al-Jadda
Chapter 2: Immigration and economics. 1. Ireland's economic growth has reversed centuries of outward migration Piaras MacEinri and Paddy Walley 2. Some low-income countries depend on remittances from migrant workers Dilip Ratha 3. Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong are socially excluded in the globalization age Law Kam-yee and Lee Kim-ming 4. Japan's economy is increasingly reliant on immigrants Tony McNicol the United Kingdom's immigration improves the economy Shunil Roy-Chaudhuri
Chapter 3: Immigration and national identity. 1. European Union members need to actively promote assimilation of immigrants Amitai Etzioni 2. Zimbabwe's denied white farmers are increasingly welcomed in neighboring countries Neil Ford 3. Canadian pluralism demands compromise from both immigrants and natives Graeme Hamilton 4. Some Hungarians seek to expand citizenship outside Hungary's borders Maria Kovacs 5. The United States needs to better assimilate immigrants into the national culture Stanley Renshon
Chapter 4: Immigration and national security. 1. The United Kingdom's immigration and asylum practices unfairly detain immigrants Christine Bacon 2. Moroccan migration creates security concerns in Spain Lisa Abend and Geoff Pingree 3. Australia changed its illegal immigration policy in response to international criticism Stephen de Tarczynski 4. Russian fears of immigration are exaggerated Mikhail A. Alexseev and C. Richard Hofstetter.
Summary: Presents a collection of essays that discuss a variety of points of view on the debate about immigration and illegal aliens.
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Chapter 1: Immigration and citizenship. 1. India has made citizenship allowances for foreigners of Indian origin Poorvi Chothani 2. Sweden changed its citizenship laws to better accommodate immigrants Per Gustafson 3.. Russia struggles to balance the need for new citizens with domestic opposition to immigrants Zygmunt Dzieciolowski 4. Germany may require a test of loyalty to obtain citizenship Turkish Daily News 5. The United States needs to improve the processes that allow immigrants to become citizens Souheila Al-Jadda

Chapter 2: Immigration and economics. 1. Ireland's economic growth has reversed centuries of outward migration Piaras MacEinri and Paddy Walley 2. Some low-income countries depend on remittances from migrant workers Dilip Ratha 3. Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong are socially excluded in the globalization age Law Kam-yee and Lee Kim-ming 4. Japan's economy is increasingly reliant on immigrants Tony McNicol the United Kingdom's immigration improves the economy Shunil Roy-Chaudhuri

Chapter 3: Immigration and national identity. 1. European Union members need to actively promote assimilation of immigrants Amitai Etzioni 2. Zimbabwe's denied white farmers are increasingly welcomed in neighboring countries Neil Ford 3. Canadian pluralism demands compromise from both immigrants and natives Graeme Hamilton 4. Some Hungarians seek to expand citizenship outside Hungary's borders Maria Kovacs 5. The United States needs to better assimilate immigrants into the national culture Stanley Renshon

Chapter 4: Immigration and national security. 1. The United Kingdom's immigration and asylum practices unfairly detain immigrants Christine Bacon 2. Moroccan migration creates security concerns in Spain Lisa Abend and Geoff Pingree 3. Australia changed its illegal immigration policy in response to international criticism Stephen de Tarczynski 4. Russian fears of immigration are exaggerated Mikhail A. Alexseev and C. Richard Hofstetter.

Presents a collection of essays that discuss a variety of points of view on the debate about immigration and illegal aliens.

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