Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs

Edited and with an introduction by political scientist Rogers M. Smith, Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs brings together essays by an international array of leading scholars from a wide range of disciplines to explore the economic, cultural, political, and normative aspects of comparative immigration policies.

Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs

Rogers M. Smith, Editor

2011 | 504 pages | Cloth $65.00 | Paper $34.95
Political Science
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Table of Contents

Introduction
—Rogers M. Smith

1. International Migration: Global Trends and Issues
—Demetrios G. Papademetriou

PART I. CITIZENSHIP, BORDERS, AND ECONOMIC NEEDS
2. Rural Migration and Economic Development with Reference to Mexico and the United States
—Antonio Yu'nez-Naude
3. Global Migrations and Economic Need
—Saskia Sassen
4. The Immigration Paradox: Alien Workers and Distributive Justice
—Howard F. Chang
5. What Is an Economic Migrant? Europe's New Borders and the Politics of Classification
—Karolina Szmagalska-Follis

PART II. CITIZENSHIP, BORDERS, AND CULTURAL NEEDS
6. Brokering Inclusion: Education, Language, and the Immigrant Middle Class
—Mae M. Ngai
7. Immigration, Citizenship, and the Need for Integration
—Christian Joppke
8. Engendering Culture: Citizenship, Identity, and Belonging
—Leti Volpp
9. Three Models of Civic Solidarity
Sarah Song

PART III. CITIZENSHIP, BORDERS, AND POLITICAL NEEDS
10 Immigration and Security in the United States
—Christopher Rudolph
11. Citizenship's New Subject: The Illegal Immigrant Voter
—Kamal Sadiq
12. ''We the People'' in an Age of Migration: Multiculturalism and Immigrants' Political Integration in Comparative Perspective
—Irene Bloemraad
13. Associational Governance of Ethno-Religious Diversity in Europe: The Dutch Case
—Veit Bader

PART IV. TOWARD NORMATIVE PRINCIPLES
14. When and Why Should Liberal Democracies Restrict Immigration?
—Stephen Macedo
15. Expatriatism: The Theory and Practice of Open Borders
—Chandran Kukathas
16. Citizenship and Free Movement
—Rainer Bauböck

Contents
Notes
List of Contributors
Index