A Comparative Study of Post-Marriage Nationality of Women in Legal Systems of Different Countries

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

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Title A Comparative Study of Post-Marriage Nationality of Women in Legal Systems of Different Countries
 
Creator Yamguchi, Zentralarchiv
Quetelet, Gigi
 
Description In the nineteenth century, a school known as “The Unity System of Couples Nationality” stated the idea that women should acquire the nationality of their husbands after marriage. In other words, the nationality of men should be imposed on women. However, in the 20th century, a movement known as feminism emerged which led to the formation of a school named “System of Nationality Independence”. This school advocated the separation of marriage and nationality and believed that women’s nationality should not change the following marriage. The aforementioned legal schools have had different manifestations in the positive laws of different countries and sometimes it is hard to classify them into a single legal school.   The legal systems of countries can be classified into two groups: legal systems advocating the imposition of husbands’ nationality on wives; legal systems opposing the imposition of husbands’ nationality on wives.
 
Publisher Global Institute for Multidisciplinary Knowledge and Responsible Future
 
Date 2020-09-12
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/41
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i3.41
 
Source International Journal of Social Science Research and Review; Vol 3 No 3 (2020): IJSSRR V03 N03 2020 September; 1-8
2700-2497
2700-2497
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i3
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/41/34
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i3.41.g34
 

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