Citizenship and constitutional law: An introduction

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Abstract

The goal of this collection is to uncover the different ways in which constitutional law and citizenship intersect. Linking citizenship and constitutional law in this way can help to elucidate many of the foundational dilemmas of the modern state, as well as offering a deeper understanding of the condition of citizenship in the modern world. The advantage of taking a constitutional approach is that it enables us to take a close look at the fundamentals of the legal status of citizenship, whilst exploring other aspects of citizenship which are not as effectively captured purely by a formal legal approach to membership, such as issues of identity and community.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCitizenship and Constitutional Law
EditorsJo Shaw
PublisherEdward Elgar
ISBN (Print)9781783471065
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • citizenship
  • constitutional law

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