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The Value of Nation

Bureaucratic Practices and the Lived Experience in the French Naturalization Process

Sarah Mazouz

react with surprise or annoyance). While revealing a racialized definition of citizenship, such inconsistencies also demonstrate the shift from the issue of citizenship and national belonging to that of culture and race. These bureaucrats also

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The Responsibility to Prevent Future Harm

Anti-Mining Struggles, the State, and Constitutional Lawsuits in Ecuador

Laura Affolter

subaltern groups when their rights of citizenship and national belonging have been disavowed’ (2001: 158–159). Prosthesis describes, in the first instance, the relationship between parent companies and their subsidiaries. A subsidiary, ‘like a prosthesis