Problems of European Citizenship Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Problems of European Citizenship
An exploration of immigration, integration and problems of European citizenship.
# 134486 | 2,000 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in European Studies (General) , Hot Topics (Immigration)


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The paper discusses how the concept of citizenship, with its attendant rights and responsibilities, first grew up during the rise of the modern nation-state in 18th century Europe. The paper then shows how today, in the 21st century, we find that concepts of what constitutes citizenship have changed along with the nations underlying that concept.

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"The concept of citizenship, with its attendant rights and responsibilities, first grew up during the rise of the modern nation-state in 18th century Europe. A series of increasingly bloody continental wars in Europe created the impetus for a transformation of people's concepts of what citizenship entailed, or should entail. Through a long process of evolution, conflict, and compromise, today in the 21st century we find that concepts of what constitutes citizenship have changed along with the nations underlying that concept. This evolution has not taken place in a vacuum, but as a response or reaction to real historical situations and..."

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