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Nation, Citizenship and Immigration in Contemporary Spain

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Author(s): Juan Diez Medrano

Journal: International Journal of Multicultural Societies
ISSN 1817-4574

Volume: 7;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 133;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: citizenship | nationalism | Spanish citizenship | nationhood

ABSTRACT
The theoretical literatures on nationalism and citizenship have often relied on the distinction between civic and ethnic models. The applicability of this distinction to ordinary citizens’ views has been taken for granted but remains largely untested. This paper uses Spanish data to contrast the civic/ethnic distinction with a Weberian one that contrasts bearers of restrictive and open conceptions of nationhood and citizenship. The statistical results suggest that this second distinction is a more valid construct than the traditional one.
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