LY101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: At Play, De Facto, Marxism

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13 Mar 2017
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Citizenship frames our experiences of the law and the state. *citizenship: a marking of exclusion, belonging or not belonging. When becoming a citizen you gain certain rights. *if you don"t have citizenship you aren"t treated the same you don"t have the same rights people with citizenship. A marker of inclusion and exclusion; of belonging and not-belonging. Permanent residents: someone who applies to enter canada and obtain permeant residency. Domestic workers can apply to be a permanent resident. Social order theory: *the state is not obligated to offer non-citizens the rights of citizens. Liberal premise of citizenship rooted in idea of the nation state, not the international. And no one forces migrants to come to places like canada: *the state has an obligation to maintain the security of its borders (and citizens, canada (global north countries) offering migrants a chance to earn much-needed.

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