Terms for gvpt479I midterm

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Terms/concepts/definitions/for short answers: Concepts of citizenship Midterm: October 9 Undocumented immigrants → NOT illegal aliens Lecture 1: Citizenship a. Themes i.On membership; who is the “we” and “we the people” 1. Social contract - regardless of if they are a citizen, people that want to be a part of the country/land and then there are people who can’t be a part of it 2. depends on time and place → federalism and pluralism 3. American citizens ii.What are the rules for inclusion and exclusion? iii.Which rights follow from membership? iv.What are the rights we get from membership? b. When people are excluded, it’s from/by design i.Since all things are man made they can be changed and it can be our obligation as citizens of the US to get involved c. Defining Citizenship i.Rights and responsibilities associated with full membership in a state 1. Rights a. Vote in federal elections b. Serve on a jury c. Bring family members to the US d. Obtaining citizenship for children born abroad e. Travel with a US passport f. Run for federal office g. Become eligible for federal grants and scholarships ii.What do we do with stateless people?
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