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Topic 8 Citizenship Citizenship: Definitions Citizen - An inhabitant of a city or (often) of a town; esp. one possessing civic rights and privileges,...

What is the logic behind Bloemraad’s comparison on Canada and the United States, on the one hand, and Portuguese and Vietnamese immigrants on the other?  What does the comparison between Portuguese and Vietnamese in Boston tell us about the factors leading to citizenship acquisition?  What lessons do we learn from the comparison of Vietnamese in Canada vs Vietnamese in the United States?

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This is for a sociology class! Im super confused! 

Topic 8 Citizenship
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Citizenship: Definitions Citizen An inhabitant of a city or (often) of a town; esp. one possessing civic rights and privileges, a burgess or freeman of a city. Townsman, not a countryman; A civilian as distinguished from a soldier; in earlier times also distinguished from a member of the landed nobility or gentry. Johnson says ‘a man of trade, not a gentleman’ A member of a state, an enfranchised inhabitant of a country, as opposed to an alien; in U.S. , a person, native or naturalized, who has the privilege of voting for public offices, and is entitled to full protection in the exercise of private rights .
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The logic behind Bloemraad comparison of immigration in Canada and United States is based on her decidedly
pro-immigrant stand where she advocates an interventionist stance toward immigrant...

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