Book description in contrast to most other countries both germany and israel have descent based concepts of nationhood and have granted members of their nation ethnic germans and jews who wish to immigrate automatic access to their respective citizenship privileges. Challenging ethnic citizenship german and israeli perspectives on immigration edited by daniel levy state university of new york stony brook yfaat weiss university of haifa new york berghahn books 2002 this book brings together a group of leading scholars on matters of german and israeli immigration it addresses a. Challenging ethnic citizenship german and israeli perspectives on immigration edited by daniel levy and yfaat weiss 290 pages bibliog index isbn 978 1 57181 291 9 12000 8500 hb published may 2002 isbn 978 1 57181 292 6 3495 2400 pb published may 2002. Changing configurations of german and israeli immigration regimes a comparative perspective daniel levy ethnos or demos migration and citizenship in germany rainer mnz from haven to heaven changing patterns of immigration to israel yinon cohen citizenship and naturalization politics in germany in the nineteenth and . Challenging ethnic citizenship book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers start by marking challenging ethnic citizenship german and israeli perspectives on immigration as want to read german and israeli perspectives on immigration by franklin hum yun editor yfaat weiss 000 rating details
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