Bringing together a truly global range of scholars, this volume explores heritage, memory, and identity through a diverse set of subjects, including heritage sites, practices of memorialization, museums, sites of contestation, and human rights.

Multiple Citizenship and Naturalization
Multiple citizenship and naturalization

1 Countries According to Their Status of Legal Recognition of Dual Citizenship (2009)

2 Frequency of Multiple Citizenship in Different Countries (2002–2008)

3 Citizenship Tests in Different Countries (1997–2009)

4 Number of Countries That Introduced Legislation That Allows for Dual Citizenship

5 Familiarity With the Term “Citizen of the European Union” (2002 AND 2007)

6 Attitudes of Germans and Foreigners Toward Naturalization (1996 AND 2006)

Multiple Citizenship

There are numerous ways through which people obtain more than one citizenship. If someone is, for example, born in a country that emphasizes the ius solis (right of ground) principle, he or she automatically gains the right to acquire the citizenship of this country. When the child's parents are citizens of another country – as might ...

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