Theorising noncitizenship:concepts, debates and challenges

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Tonkiss, Katherine; Bloom, Tendayi;

Existing political theory, particularly which deals with justice and/or rights, has long assumed citizenship as a core concept. Noncitizenship, if it is considered at all, is generally defined merely as the negation or deprivation of citizenship. As such, it is difficul... View more
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