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    Non Citizenship Theory

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    The orphan children are not white not white, male, nor property owners and are excluded from that privilege of life. Non- citizenship theory concept applies directly to them before the government got involved, they were ignored, pushed around, and abused. Which leads to being denied their social citizenship which is the rights to social services, like shelter opportunities, food or clothing availability. But once the government gets involved they turn into second class citizenship since it was such a big movement for the…

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    Immanual Johnmilton-P5 Citizenship Edward Snowden. Traitor? Patriot? The whistle-blower who exposed the NSA is a polarizing figure. He revealed confidential US information; however, he also opened the eyes of the public to the potential overreach of government. When these conflicts between loyalty and citizenship get complex, in order to reduce cognitive dissonance, many people simplify the actions of the quintessential citizen: vote, pay taxes, contribute positively to society, and follow laws.…

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    TITLE Machines proving to possess a conscious and body, thus becoming citizens. After proving eligibility, a machine may obtain citizenship, extension of universal rights, gaining freedom, and responsibilities, and consequences for choices, which will result in a machine society. Machines will need to possess both mental and physical presence to be eligible for universal rights. In the movie “I, Robot” Sonny would be a good an example of a candidate for full rights. I think that machines could…

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    There is a topical ongoing debate in society about whether citizenship is becoming an outdated notion in the 21st century. Citizenship refers to the “state of being vested with the rights, privileges and duties of a citizen” (Dictionary, 2016). In the last century, the concept of citizenship has altered drastically and in addition, there is now more then one type of citizenship in existence. Until the modern era arrived, there were only two types of citizenship; natural born or naturalised. A…

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    Should Citizenship Be a Birthright? The 14th amendment states all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the states in which they reside. From the time someone is born in the hospital in the U.S., they are legally considered an U.S. citizen. The person is given a birth certificate and a social security number linking their identity to the government proving that he or she is a natural born citizen. In…

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    1.Due to the supposed negative consequences anchor babies pose citizenship birthright to citizenship has become a main component of in immigration. Anchor Babies is a new term coined to describe children born from undocumented parents (Kendall 350). 2“Believing that the 14th amendment alone would be the answer as to what to door how to see anchor babies is not there is too it upon closer examination the results of such ideas reveal that that actions towards this subject should not be taken…

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    immigrants in America. Many illegal parents have their children over the border allowing them to become American citizens. Citizenship is granted to these kids under the 14th amendment. This is also known as birthright citizenship. People feel strongly about whether this should be allowed or if immigration regulations should be stricter. Many people are supportive of birthright citizenship in the United States, including a highly regarded columnist, Linda Chavez. However, many people are against…

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    peonage, in which most cases fines were fabricated and this was an illegal practice to begin with. Basically, a white man would say that a black man owes them money and then using a corrupt law, would force them to work. The federal government took their time in enforcing the 13th amendment. It took until World War II and Franklin D. Roosevelt to finally end involuntary servitude for black people. This video shows how slavery didn’t end in Abraham Lincolns lifetime, but rather when Franklin…

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    The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution, “We the People”. It’s about control of the government body by its own members - citizens. Citizenship is a bond that extends beyond basic kinship to unite people of different genetic backgrounds. It is a legal status defined by civil, political and social rights. It generally describes the relationship between a person and the overall political ruling body. In other words, it signifies a membership in that body, on the…

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    out and ask her views on citizenship and what it means to participate. I conducted a phone interview with Katelyn and she may be reached at (805) 558-1804 or by email at Katelyn.Masket@rescue.org. The idea of citizenship has long been instilled and molded into the lives of people all around the world.…

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