Citizenship as a fluid and Contested concept

Citizenship is a contested subject hence it has failed to bear a comprehensive and conclusive definition. This essay would start by attempting to define citizenship from the perspective of various authors and academics but with special emphasis on the definition of citizenship as a tripartite by T. H Marshal in the 1950s. Furthermore, the essay […]

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A Critical Analysis of Dual Citizenship

While examining the concept of citizenship, it has a close link with nationality; nationality is defined as belonging in a group of individuals sharing the same ethnicity, language, culture and identity. Citizenship is often granted through marriage, place of birth or is passed down from parents (Renhson, 2001). Governments provide its citizens with protection, rights, […]

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On Citizenship

Citizenship implies rights and privileges’ granted by the nations to the citizens residing within their domain. When people belonging to the particular community share equal status as regards to their rights and duties as per rules that community demands of its citizens is citizenship. The term citizenship has been in vogue since ages but it […]

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My responsibilities

It is rightly said that, “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.” To be a good citizen, you have to be vigilant and fulfill your responsibilities with utmost sincerity and honesty. A citizen is described as a person who is a member of a particular country. The citizen of a country has rights granted to […]

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American National Government Citizenship

No one can deny that the United States is bothered by numerous terrorist and criminal threats from different directions.

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