Managing citizenship, security, and rights : regulating marriage migration in Europe and North America.
Family Norms and Citizenship in the Netherlands
Immigration policies and policies regarding the integration of ethnic minorities into Dutch society have been on the Dutch political agenda for the past decades. Recently, however, these debates received a new impulse from the publication of a newspaper article by a prominent member of the Dutch Labor party, Paul Scheffer. In this chapter I wish to place recent developments in Dutch family reunification policies against the background of these current debates on immigration, integration, and traditional Dutch culture - and in particular, Dutch family norms.
- Sarah van Walsum. "Family Norms and Citizenship in the Netherlands". In: Christiane Harzig en Danielle Juteau (eds.) The Social Construction of Diversity, New York, Berghahn Books, 2003, p.212-226.