Citizenship and Incorporation: How Nation-States Respond to the Challenges of Migration

Wayland, Sarah V.

1996

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  • Volume 20, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Increasingly, transnational migration is placing the modem nation-state under pressure. Many societies are struggling with incorporating new cultures while maintaining national cohesion. States' responses to this challenge are based largely on their different political cultures and concepts of nationhood.
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