By Stephen Castles
Globalization creates new demanding situations for citizenship: obstacles are blurred and country kingdom powers eroded. hundreds of thousands of individuals have a number of citizenship, thousands extra lack citizenship in their state of place of abode. Cultural heterogeneity is escalating. There are expanding numbers of voters who don't belong. This undermines the kingdom nation because the important website of democracy. New ways are wanted, which take account of advanced identities and transnational belonging, and which permit for democratic regulate of energy in any respect its proliferating degrees.
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68, 163). The gay liberation movement lasted for only a few years during the 1970s. Liberationist organizations ceased to exist shortly after their founding, torn apart by internal discord and failure to continue to attract member support (Marcus, 1993, p. 257). The impetus behind gay liberation also weakened with the general decline of New Left movements in the late 1970s. As a result, reformist groups were left to occupy the field (Adam, 1987, p. 82). Leaders of the gay civil rights movement from the late 1970s to the present time, however, did not share the self-doubt and deference of the earlier homophile effort.
The radicalism of the early Mattachine Society, however, was inconsistent with the perceived realities of postwar gay life. In comparison to other minorities, the distinctive nature of gay culture was not obvious to most gay men and women. Moreover, given the increasing aggressiveness of conservative attacks on sexual "perverts," an appropriate strategy for even those few homosexuals who would participate in the homophile movement seemed to be to emphasize similarity rather than difference (D'Emilio, 1983, p.
World War II, as historian Martin Duberman (1993) demonstrates, reinvigorated gay life: "Many men and women who had grown up in rural areas or small towns and had regarded themselves as singular freaks, discovered in military service legions of others who shared their sexual orientation" (p. 76). These individuals frequently decided to resettle in large cities, thereby initiating a proliferation of gay life in urban enclaves (p. 76). There emerged first in these enclaves a variety of recreational centers, including bars, bath houses, social clubs, and bookstores.
Citizenship and Migration by Stephen Castles