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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Demographic transformations of citizenship.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781316818831 1316818837 9781316818718 1316818713 1316530426 9781316530429 9781316818473 1316818470|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Cover; Half title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; Demographic Transformations; Demographic Governance?; Demographic Governance and Citizenship; The Structure of the Book; 2 Missing Citizens? Birth Rates and the Making of New Citizens; Italy: La morte di un popolo?; Two Demographic Revolutions; To Govern or Not to Govern National Reproduction?; Variations on a Theme? Finnish, British and Australian Trajectories; Citizenship and the Governance of National Reproduction; Final Remarks. 3 Misguided Citizens? Transitions into Adulthood and the Management of DiversityThe United Kingdom: Shaping the Choices of the Young; Troubled Youth? De-standardised Transitions to Adulthood; Governing Misguided Young Citizens; Variations on a Theme? Australian, Italian and Finnish Trajectories; Citizenship and the Quality of the Future Citizenry; Final Remarks; 4 Casual Citizens? The Desirable Labour Migrant and Conditional Citizenship; Australia: Welcome and Wanted (Conditions Apply); From Nation-Building to Misgivings about Immigration; Quality or Quantity, Immigrants or Migrants? Variations on a Theme? British, Italian and Finnish TrajectoriesCitizenship and the Governance of Labour Migration; Final Remarks; 5 Depleting Citizens? Ageing Populations, Care and Migration; Finland: Walled or Weakened Welfare?; Ageing Pains of a Welfare State?; The Turn Towards Familialism --
But 'Why Can't Granny Stay?'; Variations on a Theme? Italian, British and Australian Trajectories; Citizenship and the Management of Ageing Populations; Final Remarks; 6 Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
|Series Title:||Cambridge studies in law and society.|