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EU-medborgarskapet på gott och ont?

Duchén, Isabel LU (2011) MRSG20 20102
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
EU-citizenship as it can be interpreted today was established within the EU-member states in Maastricht in 1993, as a result of the signature of the EU-treaty. It was a new form of citizenship where people now could move freely beyond the state borders working, studying and settle down wherever they pleased as long as they where a national to a member state. The state borders started loosen up inside the EU but was at the same time tighten its control to the outside borders.
The purpose of this thesis has been to explore what consequences an EU-citizenship has caused concerning the development of migration policy within EU and regard to its borders. It also explores the relation between the EU-citizenship and the process of a European... (More)
EU-citizenship as it can be interpreted today was established within the EU-member states in Maastricht in 1993, as a result of the signature of the EU-treaty. It was a new form of citizenship where people now could move freely beyond the state borders working, studying and settle down wherever they pleased as long as they where a national to a member state. The state borders started loosen up inside the EU but was at the same time tighten its control to the outside borders.
The purpose of this thesis has been to explore what consequences an EU-citizenship has caused concerning the development of migration policy within EU and regard to its borders. It also explores the relation between the EU-citizenship and the process of a European identity in a transforming Europe. The result of this research put the citizenship in a lot of paradoxical situations especially in its relation to the sovereign nation state and the human rights norms. (Less)
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author
Duchén, Isabel LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSG20 20102
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
illegal invandrare, europiseringsprocess, EU-medborgare, europeisk identitet
language
Swedish
id
1759796
date added to LUP
2011-01-31 12:20:55
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2014-09-04 08:27:53
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  abstract     = {EU-citizenship as it can be interpreted today was established within the EU-member states in Maastricht in 1993, as a result of the signature of the EU-treaty. It was a new form of citizenship where people now could move freely beyond the state borders working, studying and settle down wherever they pleased as long as they where a national to a member state. The state borders started loosen up inside the EU but was at the same time tighten its control to the outside borders.
The purpose of this thesis has been to explore what consequences an EU-citizenship has caused concerning the development of migration policy within EU and regard to its borders. It also explores the relation between the EU-citizenship and the process of a European identity in a transforming Europe. The result of this research put the citizenship in a lot of paradoxical situations especially in its relation to the sovereign nation state and the human rights norms.},
  author       = {Duchén, Isabel},
  keyword      = {illegal invandrare,europiseringsprocess,EU-medborgare,europeisk identitet},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {EU-medborgarskapet på gott och ont?},
  year         = {2011},
}