Search for dissertations about: "Dual Citizenship"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words Dual Citizenship.

  1. 1. Citizenship by citizens : First generation nationals with Turkish ancestry on lived citizenship in Paris and Stockholm

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Department of Political Science, Stockholm Univeristy

    Author : Constanza Vera-Larrucea; Stockholms universitet.; [2013]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Citizenship; Immigrants’ descendants; Lived citizenship; Ethnicity; Integration; Dual Citizenship; Subjective Citizenship; Substantial Citizenship; Civic Citizenship; Citizenship regimes; Turkish ancestry; statsvetenskap; Political Science;

    Abstract : The main aim of this thesis is to study how citizens with an immigrant ancestry approach citizenship. The academically popular re-formulations that decouple citizenship from the state, such as “postnational” and “denationalised” perspectives, call for a reconfiguration of the understanding and practices of citizenship. READ MORE

  2. 2. Conceptualisations of citizenship in Sweden and the United Kingdom : an empirical study and analysis of how ‘citizenship’ is understood in policy and by policy-makers

    University dissertation from Edinburgh University Research Archive

    Author : Scott McIver; Malmö University.; Malmö University.; [2009]
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES Social sciences Political science; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP Socialvetenskap Statsvetenskap; Humanities Social Sciences; Citizenship; Integration; United Kingdom; Sweden; Policy;

    Abstract : This empirical study identifies and analyses what conceptualisations of citizenship emerge in policy thinking around naturalisation and how these conceptualisations have been articulated in citizenship policy and by policy-makers in the two specific cases of the United Kingdom and Sweden. Understanding citizenship as a bounded membership status the research is grounded in a view of citizenship as having content: rights and duties, ideas of identity, perceived virtues or political values. READ MORE