Challenging ethnic citizenship : German and Israeli perspectives on immigration / edited by Daniel Levy and Yfaat Weiss.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Berghahn Books, 2002.
Description
1 online resource (iv, 282 pages) : illustrations

Details

Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of description
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 2, 2016)
Contents
  • Changing configurations of German and Israeli immigration regimes : a comparative perspective / Daniel Levy
  • Ethnos or Demos? : migration and citizenship in Germany / Rainer Münz
  • From haven to heaven : changing patterns of immigration to Israel / Yinon Cohen
  • Citizenship and naturalization politics in Germany in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Dieter Gosewinkel
  • Reform of the citizenship law : the debate over dual citizenship in Germany / Ralf Fücks
  • Golem and its creator, or how the Jewish nation-state became multiethnic / Yfaat Weiss
  • German citizenship policy and Sinti identity politics / Gilad Margalit
  • Beyond the "second generation" : rethinking the place of migrant youth culture in Berlin / Levent Soysal
  • Migration regimes and social rights : migrant workers in the Israeli welfare state / Zeev Rosenhek
  • Ethnicity and citizenship in the perception of Russian Israelis / Dmitry Shumsky
  • Nationalism, identity, and citizenship : an epilogue to the Yehoshua-Shammas debate / Baruch Kimmerling
  • Future of Arab citizenship in Israel : Jewish-Zionist time in a place with no Palestinian memory / Hassan Jabareen
  • Transformation of Germany's ethno-cultural idiom : the case of ethnic German immigrants / Daniel Levy
  • Jewish challenges in the new Europe / Diana Pinto
  • From citizen warrior to citizen shopper and back : new modes of cosmopolitan citizenship / Natan Sznaider
  • Outlook(s) : citizenship in the global era / Daniel Levy and Yfaat Weiss.
ISBN
  • 9781782381631
  • 1782381635
OCLC
606841306
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