EUにおける市民権、アイデンティティと移民<br>Citizenship, Identity and Immigration in the European Union : Between Past and Future

EUにおける市民権、アイデンティティと移民
Citizenship, Identity and Immigration in the European Union : Between Past and Future

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 214 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719059988
  • DDC分類 323.6094

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2001.

Full Description


European citizenship, identity and immigration are constitutive issues facing the European polity and have important consequences for domestic political systems. Blends normative political theory with European integration and develops an original theoretical framework for European Union citizenship, identity and immigration as well as a set of policy proposals for institutional reform. Challenges the conventionally held views in these areas, by arguing that a model of European citizenship and identity is vital to the construction of a democratic, heterogeneous and inclusive European polity. Crosses the boundaries of political science, law and philosophy. -- .

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   viii
Introduction 1 (4)
Eight themes for a political theory of 5 (9)
European integration and outline of the book
European identity 14 (25)
Conditions of possibility for a European 15 (12)
identity
The European Union as an evolving form of 15 (8)
governance beyond the nation-state
European identity and national 23 (3)
identities: a tale of symbiosis
One `Europe' or several `Europes'? Does 26 (1)
the indeterminacy of Europe hinder the
formation of a European Identity?
A typology of European identity options 27 (12)
The Euro-nationalist mode of identity 27 (4)
Constitutional patriotism 31 (1)
A corrective European identity 32 (1)
A functional European identity 33 (1)
The contractualist mode of European 34 (1)
identity
The constructivist mode of European 35 (4)
identity
The institutional construction of European 39 (26)
identity
The emergence of European identity on the 40 (13)
European political agenda
1957-72: an incipient form of European 41 (3)
citizenship
1972-84: European identity 44 (3)
1984-91: the duality of `Europe' - a 47 (6)
people's Europe v. a states' Europe
The Maastricht settlement 53 (8)
The TEU provisions on citizenship and the 55 (4)
broader context
Justice and home affairs co-operation 59 (2)
Conclusion 61 (4)
New horizons, old constraints and the 65 (19)
Amsterdam compromise
European citizenship as a new form of 66 (1)
citizenship
`That dangerous supplement...?' 67 (2)
The incremental adaptation of national 69 (5)
citizenship
The Amsterdam compromise 74 (5)
Conclusion 79 (5)
In search of a theory of European citizenship 84 (17)
The sociological paradigm 85 (2)
A status-based v a practice-based 87 (4)
conception of European citizenship
Citizenship on an-`other' register: 91 (3)
identity, difference and the logic of
community
New Schemas of citizenship beyond the 94 (4)
nation-state
Conclusion 98 (3)
Constructive citizenship in the European Union 101 (26)
Constructive citizenship: an argument 102 (25)
Proposition 1 102 (4)
Proposition 2 106 (8)
Proposition 3 114 (3)
Proposition 4 117 (3)
Proposition 5 120 (2)
Proposition 6 122 (2)
Proposition 7 124 (3)
Schengenland and its alternative 127 (26)
The `protective' Union, the mutating state 129 (4)
and the evolving doctrine of immigration
control
Rethinking immigration 133 (9)
Undocumented migration 142 (4)
An alternative framework for a European 146 (7)
migration policy
European identity in praxis: from the land 153 (15)
ethic to an ethic of dwelling
The land ethic 154 (6)
Territorial sovereignty and exclusive 154 (3)
land ownership
Territoriality and the nationality 157 (3)
principle
Dwelling, boundaries and belonging: 160 (4)
Heideggerian insights
Conclusion 164 (4)
Conclusion 168 (10)
Do heterotopias matter? 174 (4)
Bibliography 178 (21)
Table of EU documents 199 (4)
Table of cases 203 (4)
Index 207