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The Changing Faces of Citizenship: Integration and Mobilization among Ethnic Minorities in Germany (Monographs in German History) 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1845454531
ISBN-10: 1845454537
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"Mushaben's major contribution to our understanding of migration and settlement, and of Germany as a country that contains diasporas, is that she has brought together the enormous literatures regarding Germany's admission and absorption of the very different migrant population which have most often been studied individually."  ·  Diaspora

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Joyce Marie Mushaben is a Professor of Comparative Politics and Gender Studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. An itinerant scholar since the 1970s, she has studied political mobilization, national identity, gender dynamics and generational change at universities in Hamburg, Berlin, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, and Erfurt, thanks to generous support from the DAAD, the Fulbright Commission, the Ford Foundation, the German Marshall Fund and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, inter alia.

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