Readership: Students and scholars of political theory, political community, and immigration policy
Joseph Carens, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto
Joseph H. Carens, Ph.D., is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Culture, Citizenship, and Community, which won the 2002 C. B. Macpherson Award, and of Equality, Moral Incentives and the Market. He has written for the Boston Review, Political Theory, Journal of Political Philosophy, and many other journals.
1. Introduction: Mapping the Ethics of Immigration
PART I: WHO BELONGS?
2. Birthright Citizenship
4. Beyond Legal Citizenship to Inclusion
5. Permanent Residents
6. Temporary Workers
7. Irregular Migrants
8. The Theory of Social Membership
PART II: WHO SHOULD GET IN?
9. Ordinary Admissions
11. The Case for Open Borders
12. The Claims of Community
Appendix: Presuppositions and Political Theory