Date of Award
Honors Thesis (Open Access)
Colby College. Government Dept.
Jennifer A. Yoder
This study posited that the gap between the governmental goals and actual outcomes of the Reform to the Citizenship Law of 1999 was produced by a variety of factors, the most influential one being the institutions of the Federal Republic. Other suggested variables were domestic public pressure and a failure in policy implementation. The earlier chapters of this study concluded that these three factors did in fact contribute to the goals-outcomes gap of the citizenship reform.
Citizenship -- Germany, Immigrants -- Germany -- Social conditions, Multiculturalism -- Germany, Germany -- Emigration and immigration
Recommended CitationDubois, Justin, "Extension of national membership: government promises, immigrant expectations and the impact on the foreign population in Germany" (2005). Honors Theses. Paper 76.
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