Genos versus devlet: conceptions of citizenship in Greece and Turkey

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Kadıoğlu, Ayşe Gülden (2009) Genos versus devlet: conceptions of citizenship in Greece and Turkey. In: Anastasakis, Othon and Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Öktem, Kerem, (eds.) In the Long Shadow of Europe: Greeks and Turks in the Era of Postnationalism. International Relations Studies Series; v.3. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, pp. 115-142. ISBN 9789004171121

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Modern citizenship is not simply a legal status. It also includes political and social recognition as well as economic distribution. Modern citizenship is deeply embedded in various routes to nation-statehood. The nature of the Greek and Turkish nationalisms had a major bearing on their respective citizenship practices. The proposed article not only contains a comparison of national identity formation in Greece and Turkey but also portrays how the different trajectories to nation-statehood in Greece and Turkey are reflected in their respective conceptualizations of citizenship.

Item Type:Book Section / Chapter
Subjects:J Political Science > JA Political science (General)
ID Code:11726
Deposited By:Ayşe Gülden Kadıoğlu
Deposited On:19 Aug 2009 09:22
Last Modified:16 Dec 2018 21:46

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