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Title Citizenship and migration in the era of globalization [electronic resource] : the flow of migrants and the perception of citizenship in Asia and Europe / Markus Pohlmann, Jonghoe Yang, Jong-Hee Lee, editors.
Publication Info. Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
Series Transcultural research-- Heidelberg studies on Asia and Europe in a global context ; 5.
Contents Part I. The Idea and Practices of Citizenship in South Korea / Seungsook Moon -- Threats or Leverage for Korean Civil Society in Contesting Globalization / Hyun-Chin Lim, Suk-Ki Kong -- Part II. The Migration of Elites in a Borderless World: Citizenship as an Incentive for Professionals and Managers? / Markus Pohlmann -- A Comparative Analysis of Foreign Workers and Citizenship in Korea and Germany / Jong-Hee Lee -- Recent Status of Marriage-Based Immigrants and Their Families in Korea / Sung-Nam Cho -- Part III. The Perception of Citizenship in Korea: Its Social and Political Variations / Jonghoe Yang -- Attitudes of Local Workers Towards Civil Rights of Migrant Workers in Korea / Jungwhan Lee -- Ethnic Chinese in South Korea: Interplay Between Ethnicity, Nationality, and Citizenship / Sang-Hui Nam -- Patterns of Citizenship and Political Action in Korea, Germany and the United States: An Analysis of the 2004 ISSP Data / Seokho Kim, Jonghoe Yang -- Part IV. The Idea of Citizenship and Its Institutionalization: Significance of India for the Korean case / Subrata Mitra.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Subject Citizenship -- Korea (South)
Citizenship -- Europe.
Korea (South) -- Emigration and immigration.
Europe -- Emigration and immigration.
Globalization.
Economics.
Law.
Social policy.
Economics/Management Science.
Added Author Pohlmann, Markus.
Yang, Jonghoe.
Lee, Jong-Hee.
Ebooks Corporation
ISBN 9783642197390 (electronic bk.)
3642197396 (electronic bk.)
9783642197383
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