International Migration & Citizenship Today
International Migration & Citizenship Today
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  • ISBN-13: 9780415772990
  • ISBN: 0415772990
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Never before have so many people had the ability to move from one country to another while at the same time never have governments had so much power to control this movement. As evident in debates all over the world, including the current heated one in the United States, this juxtaposition leads to considerable controversy regarding the admission of foreigners into one's country and their treatment once admitted. This textbook explores the economic, political, and cultural dimensions of this controversy on both a moral and a practical level. Its enables the reader to contribute thoughtfully to the discussion of international migration that is too often cast in simplistic terms; in other words, when economists argue that free trade reduces international migration or politicians argue that international migration reduces national identity, students will be able to critically evaluate such arguments.Steiner, Niklaus is the author of 'International Migration & Citizenship Today', published 2009 under ISBN 9780415772990 and ISBN 0415772990.

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