German Nationality: An Illustration of Institutionalized Discrimination

 
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Given that citizenship laws in Germany have historically been discriminatory, the 1999 law could have been an opportunity for real reform. Instead, mired in the populist politics of conservative forces playing on ethno-cultural fears, the 1999 Citizenship law deepened the discriminatory nature of citizenship by institutionalizing stratification based on nationality. Instead of fostering a culture of civic virtue wherein citizens are encouraged to participate by the nature of being included as citizens, the new law created an obstacle course wherein the prize became the legal status of citizen. This demonstrates injustice in so far as that these hurdles do not apply to other Europeans. In Germany, because its largest ethnic minority population is made up of third-country nationals, citizenship stratification is all the more evident. This book is an analysis of the most recent citizenship law in Germany embedded in the context of the construction and development of such laws. Analyzing German citizenship laws allows us as political scientists to study the salient social, legal and political impact that citizenship has.

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Sarah currently lives in Virginia where she grew up. She received her Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Her mother is German and thus Sarah's interest in German citizenship in particular comes from her familial ties. Sarah plans to continue her research in European comparative politics.

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