People out of Place: Globalization, Human Rights, and the Citizenship Gap

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INDEX
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a
A
Abdulaziz case, ECHR, 80
Accountability, global human rights, 209
Adoption, 155, 165.
See also Transnational adoption
"Adoption triangle, " 165
Aerospace industry, venture capital, 58
Affirmative action, 94
African-American Civil Rights, 54
African Commission on Human and People's Rights, 22
African Union, 187
Agency
definition, 73
and immigration, 83
institutional mechanisms, 73, 78 - 83
international instruments, 80 - 81
and judicial rights, 77
Al Qaeda network, 181
Ali, Karamat, 123
Alsace-Lorraine, struggle for, 36
American Bar Association, Office of Children's Services bill, 160 - 161
American Bill of Rights, 4 , 13
American citizenship, meanings of, 53
American Citizenship, 64
American Civil Liberties Union, 160 - 161
Amnesty International
Office of Children's Services bill, 160 - 161
on social and economic rights, 20
Amuur case, ECHR, 84
"Anarchiacal Fallacies, " 21
Anderson, Bridget, 155
Annan, Kofi, 187
Anti-Personnel Landmines Treaty, 187
Anti-Slavery International, children's rights, 158
Appadurai, Arjun, 54
Apparel industry, labor codes, 125 , 126
Arendt, Hannah, 23 , 48 , 51 nn.13, 16 , 92
Asians
entrepreneur networks, 57 - 58
middle class immigration, 57
Assembly piecework, electronics, 59 , 60
"Asset ambiguity, " 57
Association, core right, 109 , 111 - 112
Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act, 80
Asylum laws, interpretations, 83
Autonomy, and rights, 155
Axford, Barrie, 5
"Axis of evil, " 181

b
B
Bahrain, domestic workers, 137
Bakan, Abigail B., domestic labor hierarchy, 141 , 142
Bancroft, George, 104 n.4
Bancroft treaties, nationality transfer, 90
Bangladesh, child trafficking, 160
Bar-Yaacov, Nissim, 104 n.5
Bauböck, Rainer, 136
Belgium, citizenship claims, 156
Bentham, Jeremy, 21
Bhutan, childhood registration, 157
Bin Laden, Osama, 181 , 182 - 183 , 185
Borjas, George J. 63
Boys, child trafficking, 160
Brazil, workforce development, 117 - 118
Burke, Edmund, 20
Bush, George W., policies of, 183 - 189

c
C
California, as West of East, 56
Canada
domestic guest workers, 144
INTERCEDE, 150
live-in caregiver recruitment, 141 - 142
nanny agencies, 145
Capital flight, 24
and labor rights, 111 - 112 , 114
Capitalism
and citizenship, 33
and social citizenship, 14
neoliberal philosophy, 55
Captive Daughters, children's rights, 158
Cardoso, Fernando Henrique, 111
Categorical Imperative, 42
Catholic Conference of Bishops, juvenile refugee placement, 161

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • I - Framework 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Citizenship and Human Rights in an Era of Globalization 11
  • II - Producing Citizenship 27
  • 3 - Constituting Political Community 29
  • 4 - Latitudes of Citizenship 53
  • III - Constructing Rights 71
  • 5 - Agency on a Global Scale 73
  • 6 - Mandated Membership, Diluted Identity 87
  • IV - Globalizing the Citizenship Gap 107
  • 7 - Deflated Citizenship 109
  • 8 - Globalized Social Reproduction 131
  • 9 - Children Across Borders 153
  • V - Reconstructing Citizenship 175
  • 10 - Citizenship and Globalism 177
  • 11 - The Repositioning of Citizenship 191
  • 12 - Conclusion: Globalizing Citizenship? 209
  • Bibliography 217
  • Index 239
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