JOHN TORPEY THE INVENTION OF THE PASSPORT PDF

The Invention of the Passport. Surveillance, Citizenship and the State. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, The passport deserves special attention not only because of the bureaucratic control it entails, but also because it implies establishment of citizenship, relatively unambiguous identification of individuals at a national scale, and collaboration among states in both these regards. But it profoundly altered relations between citizens and their governments. Most broadly, Torpey traces a nineteenth century fall, a twentieth century rise, and then, after World War II, another fall in authoritative controls over freedom of movement.

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It explains how the concept of citizenship has been used over the past years to delineate rights and penalties regarding property, liberty, taxes and welfare. Focusing on the United States and Western Europe, it combines theory and empirical data in questioning how and why states have established the exclusive right to authorize and regulate the movement of people. File Name: the invention of the passport. John Torpey, University of California, Irvine. The editors of and contributors to the timely collection Transformations of Warfare in the Cont John C.

In , he was President of the Eastern Sociological Society. Preface to the second edition; Introduction; 1. He issued a revised executive order on March 6th that maintained the ban on new immigration and refugees from six majority-Muslim countries in the Middle East.

It removes restrictions on those who already have visas and Iraqi citizens. Meanwhile, journalists across the country are noting an increase in the activity of Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE. Because the United States economy depends a great deal on the relatively free flow of goods and people—investors, workers and tourists—controlling immigration is primarily an ideological problem.

John Torpey argues , however, that nationalism and national identity are not just ideological constructs. All countries have either begun issuing or plan to issue biometric passports that contains an embedded microchip , making them machine-readable and difficult to counterfeit. A passport holder is normally entitled to enter the country that issued the passport, though some people entitled to a passport may not be full citizens with right of abode e. American nationals or British nationals.

A passport does not of itself create any rights in the country being visited or obligate the issuing country in any way, such as providing consular assistance. Some passports attest to the bearer having a status as a diplomat or other official, entitled to rights and privileges such as immunity from arrest or prosecution. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Want to Read saving…. The subsequent chapters are dedicated to the legislation of Prussia and the Nordeutsche Bund and their efforts to liberalize the free movement of persons, to the proliferation of identification papers in the US, France, Italy and Germany before War World I, and to the growing restrictions on cross border movements in the interwar period. In a further step, Torpey recounts the project of Nazi Germany to identify every subject.

No abstract sociological text, this work is notable for its absence of jargon and its solid grounding in historical fact. Torpey sociology, Univ. In order to distinguish between those who may and may not enter or leave, states everywhere have developed extensive systems of identification, central to which is the passport. This innovative book argues that documents such as passports, internal passports and related mechanisms have been crucial in making distinctions between citizens and non-citizens.

It examines how the concept of citizenship has been used to delineate rights and penalties regarding property, liberty, taxes and welfare. This innovative book argues that documents such as passports, internal passports and related mechanisms have been crucial in making distinctions between citizens and noncitizens. John C. In , he was president of the Eastern Sociological Society.

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The nationalization of immigration restriction in the United States The Italian passport law of The spread of identification documents for foreigners in France The resurrection of passport controls in late nineteenthcentury Germany The First World War and the temporary reimposition of passport controls Temporary passport controls become permanent The United States and the end of the Laissez faire era in migration The debate over passport Controls of early 32 A detailed examination of the new passport law 36 Passports and freedom of movement under the Convention 44 Passport Concerns of the Directory 51 Sweeping Out Augeass Stable The NineteenthCentury Trend Toward Freedom of Movement 57 From the Emancipation of the peasantry to the end of the Napoleonic era 58 Prussian backwardness? Passports and Constraints on Movement from the Interwar to the Postwar Era The emergence of the international refugee regime in the early interwar period Passports identity papers and the Nazi persecution of the Jews Passport controls and regional intergration in postwar Europe

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The invention of the passport

It explains how the concept of citizenship has been used over the past years to delineate rights and penalties regarding property, liberty, taxes and welfare. Focusing on the United States and Western Europe, it combines theory and empirical data in questioning how and why states have established the exclusive right to authorize and regulate the movement of people. File Name: the invention of the passport. John Torpey, University of California, Irvine. The editors of and contributors to the timely collection Transformations of Warfare in the Cont John C. In , he was President of the Eastern Sociological Society. Preface to the second edition; Introduction; 1.

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