Negotiating the Boundaries of Belonging: The Intricacies of Naturalisation in Germany (Studien zur Migrations- und Integrationspolitik)

Nils Witte

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Synopsis: Nils Witte explores Turkish migrants’ destigmatization strategies and investigates their legal and symbolic motives for naturalisation. Using mixed methods and unique data the author shows that Turkish migrants’ inclination to naturalise would be stronger if they were allowed to retain their former citizenship and if they were recognized as symbolic members of German society. Minority members enjoy expansive rights as permanent residents and many are entitled to hold German citizenship. However, they often experience symbolic exclusion making symbolic membership a rare motive for naturalisation.

About the Author: Nils Witte is research assistant at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

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Title: Negotiating the Boundaries of Belonging: The...
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