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Multiculturalism and Citizenship

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Political Science
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POL101Y1
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Jeffrey Kopstein

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Political Science November 15
th
, 2010.
Immigration, Citizenship, and Multiculturalism
Reading: Aristotle Zolberg, “International Migration in Political Perspective, pp. 15-51
Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka,Canadian Multiculturalism: Global Activities and
Local Debates, pp. 43-72
Immigration is a political process
What drives international migration:
Inequality – people tend to live where they were bor n/raised and the action to
move across the border can be driven by intense material inequality
Pushed factors – material inequality
Pull factors – relatively higher wages, higher standards of living, better futures for
children
No international righ t to entry
Sovereign nation states can determine whether you enter or not – core of
immigration policy
Immigration policy – determining how one enters, whether or not they can enter,
how to establish legal immigration, etc
All immigrants are potential workers , even refugees
Employers like immigrants
All immigrants are cultural presence
Multiculturalism
A social fact – Canada IS multicultural, in terms of linguistic, religious, cultural
diversity
A normative position about how society should be ordered
A public policy by which the state recognizes
Criticisms of Multiculturalism Policy
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Political Science November 15 , 2010. Immigration, Citizenship, and Multiculturalism Reading: Aristotle Zolberg, International Migration in Political Perspective, pp. 15-51 Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka, Canadian Multiculturalism: Global Activities and Local Debates, pp. 43-72 Immigration is a political process What drives international migration: Inequality people tend to live where they were bornraised and the action to move across the border can be driven by intense material inequality Pushed factors material inequality Pull factors relatively higher wages, higher standards of living, better futures for children No in
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