The Esoteric Meaning of Culture and Language in Deciding Citizenship of Mixed Nationalities Marriage Children

Rudy Harjanto, M.S. Tumanggor, Vincentia Esti


Every child has the right to have equal opportunity to grow in a safe environment, including the right of the child to acquire a balanced education about the culture of parents when both have different nationalities. This education must follow a certain period of time, and in conditions that are conducive so that children with Indonesian mothers and foreign citizen father acquire a cognitive balance, so they are able to determine the choice of citizenship when they are of legal age. This understanding will make children have a basis for adjusting to social and community norms, making it easier for them to choose which one is most comfortable for themselves in choosing their nationality when they enter adulthood

Keywords: children, different nationalities, language, culture

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/106-03

Publication date: February 28th 2021

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