Literature Review on Impacts of Citizenship on immigrants Studies have been consistent in showing that citizenship has not lead to complete integration of the immigrants in the labor market compared to the natives. Despite the fact that many have citizen immigrants have been economically integrated in the labor market their earnings are not the same with their native counter-parts of the same qualification and education (Rafaela & Laitin 45). Conversely many studies agree that there is a relationship between citizenship and immigration. The only thing that is not clear is the impacts of citizenship on immigrants. Therefore this study seeks to bridge the existing gap by illustrating findings on the impacts of citizenship on the integration of the immigrants. Citizenship stands for the right of being legally recognized as a member of a particular country (Gaventa and Jones 3). On the other hand immigrants are people who live in Jones Emma. Concepts of Citizenship: A review. England: Institute of Development Studies 2002. Print Kogan Irena. New Immigrants- Old Disadvantages Patterns? Labor Market Integration of Recent immigrants into Germany. USA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd 2010. Print Rafaela Dancygier and Laitin David. Immigration into Europe: Economic Discrimination Violence and Public Policy. California: Stanford University 2014. Print Raphael Steven and Ronconi Lucas. The Effects of Labor Market Competition with Immigrants on the Wages and Employment of Natives. Du Bois Review 4(2) pp.430-432 2007. Print Rainer Baubock et. al. Access to Citizenship and its Impact on immigrant Integration. USA: Mastricht University 2012. Print Rainer Baubock. How Migration Transforms Citizenship: International Multinational and Transnational Perspectives. Barcelona: PostGase 2002. Print Sharpe James. Three essays on the Economic Impact of immigration. USA: University of Kentucky 2015. Print Tova Andrea and Youjin Kim. From Citizenship to Voting. Improving Registration for New Americans. USA: Demos Media 2015. Print [...]
Instructions for the literature review assignment: Using the research question you proposed earlier, write a literature review. The review should be about 1 to 3 pages in length. It must be double-spaced in 12 inch font. This is the review that you will later revise for your final paper. The review is worth 10 points. You must use at least five scholarly sources (e.g. journal articles or books). Note that Wikepedia is not a scholarly source. Assessment: your write-up will be assessed based on your ability to meet the conditions stated in these instructions and in the video lecture and course content/readings. Your literature review must be organized any of the 3 ways we discussed (chronologically, methodologically, or thematically). Be sure that your reviews meets the following conditions: It clearly identifies the previous research. It organizes the discussion in any of the 3 ways we discussed. It identifies a gap in the research (what needs improvement or remains unaddressed). It states what you plan to contribute to this gap.