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Roberta Medda-Windischer and Patricia Popelier (eds.), Pro-Independence Movements and Immigration. Discourse, Policy and Practice (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, 2016) ISBN: 978-90-04-29438-7 (hardcover)

Roberta Medda-Windischer and Patricia Popelier (eds.), Pro-Independence Movements and... Roberta Medda-Windischer and Patricia Popelier (eds.), Pro-Independence Movements and Immigration. Discourse, Policy and Practic e (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, 2016) isbn : 978-90-04-29438-7 (hardcover) The increasing immigration influx to Europe, coupled with the territorial r - es caling of public functions, both at the supranational and at the sub-stat 1 e level, have contributed to the development of a multiple sense of belonging of the individual to territorial institutions other than the stat 2 The tr e. aditional no - tion of citizenship as defining the membership of an individual to the political community of a state is increasingly subject to tensions. An example of this trend is represented by the notion of “regional citizenship” 3 . The more the subnational authorities are empowered to act in areas affecting individuals’ daily life, for example welfare, the more the ties of these individuals with the sub-state institutions strengthen and a “regional citizenship” notion develops. In turn, this may follow inclusive or, on the con - trary, exclusionary attitude towards immigrants, according to the notions of “ethnic” or “civic” citizenship. The idea of a regional citizenship may become even stronger in stat es characterized by a multinational structure of population, 4 or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online Brill

Roberta Medda-Windischer and Patricia Popelier (eds.), Pro-Independence Movements and Immigration. Discourse, Policy and Practice (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, 2016) ISBN: 978-90-04-29438-7 (hardcover)

European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online , Volume 15 (01): 9 – Feb 10, 2018

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Roberta Medda-Windischer and Patricia Popelier (eds.), Pro-Independence Movements and Immigration. Discourse, Policy and Practic e (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, 2016) isbn : 978-90-04-29438-7 (hardcover) The increasing immigration influx to Europe, coupled with the territorial r - es caling of public functions, both at the supranational and at the sub-stat 1 e level, have contributed to the development of a multiple sense of belonging of the individual to territorial institutions other than the stat 2 The tr e. aditional no - tion of citizenship as defining the membership of an individual to the political community of a state is increasingly subject to tensions. An example of this trend is represented by the notion of “regional citizenship” 3 . The more the subnational authorities are empowered to act in areas affecting individuals’ daily life, for example welfare, the more the ties of these individuals with the sub-state institutions strengthen and a “regional citizenship” notion develops. In turn, this may follow inclusive or, on the con - trary, exclusionary attitude towards immigrants, according to the notions of “ethnic” or “civic” citizenship. The idea of a regional citizenship may become even stronger in stat es characterized by a multinational structure of population, 4 or

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Published: Feb 10, 2018

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