Citizenships and identities

inclusion, exclusion, participation
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PLUS-Pisa University Press , Pisa
Social Marginality, Citizenship, Political particip
Statementedited by Ann Katherine Isaacs
SeriesTransversal theme -- 5
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LC ClassificationsJN40 .C57153 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 308 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25259196M
ISBN 139788884927392
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Citizenship, Nationality and Ethnicity: Reconciling Competing Identities (Sociology & Cultural Studies) [Ooman, T. K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Citizenship, Nationality and Ethnicity: Reconciling Competing Identities (Sociology & Cultural Studies)Cited by: 3.

A good political community is one whose citizens are actively engaged in deciding their common future together. Bound together by ties of national solidarity, they discover and implement principles of justice that all can share, and in doing so they respect the separate identities of minority groups within the community.

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In the essays collected in this book, David Miller shows that such an Author: David l. Miller. In the essays collected in this book, David Miller shows that such an ideal is not only desirable, but feasible. He explains how active citizenship on the republican model differs from liberal citizenship, and why it serves disadvantaged groups better than currently fashionable forms of identity politics.

Drawing from current feminist scholarship on intimacy and political economy and using three main frameworks: Fortressing Writs/Exclusionary Rights, Mobile Bodies/Immobile Citizenships, and Bordered/Borderland Identities, a handpicked group of established and rising feminist scholars methodically examine how the production of feminist knowledge has occurred in this region.

(Linda Tuhiwai Smith, University of Waikato, New Zealand and Author of Decolonizing Methodologies) "This book is a powerful contribution to our understanding of the ethnic identity of America's First People, the American Indians. The authors share their own understanding of who they are as members of Tribal Nations in the 21st century.5/5(1).

Citizenship and Identity. Engin F Isin - York University, Canada; Patricia K Citizenships and identities book - York University, discussion of the relation between the civil and the political, and between recognition and representation, this book provides a comprehensive vocabulary for understanding citizenship.

It uses the work of T H Marshall to frame the critical. Drawing from current feminist scholarship on intimacy and political economy and using three main frameworks: Fortressing Writs/Exclusionary Rights, Mobile Bodies/Immobile Citizenships, and Bordered/Borderland Identities, a handpicked group of established and rising feminist scholars methodically examine how the production of feminist knowledge has occurred in this : Amy Lind, Marianne H.

Marchand. The book demonstrates this through a comparative and contextual analysis that pays close attention to the actual claims about culture and identity advanced by immigrants, national minorities, aboriginals, and other groups in a number of different : Joseph H.

Carens. `Culture' and `citizenship' are two of the most hotly contested concepts in the social sciences. What are the relationships between them. This book explores the issues of Citizenships and identities book and exclusion.

affect your quality of life, citizenship, and identity. 5) • We have extraordinary choices in Canada. Take food for example—from the variety of food we buy in supermarkets, to restaurants of all kinds. The quality of the food is regulated and ingredients are listed on labels in both official languages.

Questions and Answers File Size: KB. Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America book. Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in Transnational Perspective.

By Amy Lind, Marianne H. Marchand. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 April Pub. location London. Imprint : North America.

The situated nature of oppression and intersecting difference in the identities of LGBT learners make ambitious any anti-oppressive effort that revolves around only one identity and only one form.

Anne Sisson Runyan is Professor and former Head of the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Cincinnati, USA, and was the lead director of the Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context exchange : Conclusion: Postmodern Identities, Citizenships and the Re-invention of Authority.

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) and in his more recent The Dignity of Difference: How to Avoid and Clash of Civilisations (London: Continuum Books, ). In his later writing he tended to withdraw from these positions as he came, with others, after the impact of 9/11 and the London Author: Victor Jeleniewski Seidler.

Anne Sisson Runyan is Professor and former Head of the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Cincinnati, USA, and was the lead director of the Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context exchange project.

Rethinking relationships between ideology, aesthetics, affect and bodily experience, the authors reveal the multiple political effects of the senses. The book demonstrates how various elements of political life, including some of the most fundamental aspects of citizenship, rest not only upon our senses, but on their perceived naturalization.

Marianne H. Marchand is the author of Gender and Global Restructuring ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Feminism/Postmodernism/Deve /5(2). Few recent phenomena have proved as emblematic of our era, and as little understood, as globalization.

Are nation-states being transformed by globalization into a single globalized economy. Do global cultural forces herald a postnational millennium. Tying ethnography to structural analysis, Flexible Citizenship explores such questions with a focus on the links between the cultural logics of 3/5(1).

Dual Citizenship and American National Identity Dual Citizenship and American National Identity. By Stanley Renshon on October 1, Related: Transcript, Press Release. Thus, in the introduction to their recent book, editors Neil Smelser and Jeffrey Alexander (, 3,8,9,11) warn us that a glance at earlier periods of intense polarized.

This book makes an important contribution towards an understanding of citizenship as mediated by other collective, historically determined identities: of gender, ethnicity, class and national status.

It brings together a group of prominent international scholars from moral philosophy, law, political science and sociology to offer a major.

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Identity versus Citizenship: Transformations in the Discourses and Practices of Citizenship Article (PDF Available) in Social & Legal Studies 8(4) December with 1, Reads.

Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in Transnational Perspective by Amy Lind, Marianne H. Marchand Unknown, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Homegrown: Engaged Cultural Criticism.

African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education Author: Lynette Shultz, Thashika Pillay.

Nested Citizenships and Identities in Europe In (or if you prefer) French, Germans, Spaniards, and other European peoples became something else: citizens of a new entity called the European Union.

Conerly Casey is Assistant Professor in the anthropology and psychology programs at the American University of Kuwait. Based on research with Muslim Hausa youths in northern Nigeria, she has published several articles and book chapters about the politics of identity and citizenship, media and mediated emotion, and violence, including 'Suffering and the Identification of Enemies in Northern.

Nebraska_Book_Husker UTC #3 A naturalized citizen in the United States (someone who immigrates to the U.S. from a foreign country and becomes a U.S. citizen), is a full U.S. citizen, with the possible exception of perhaps not being able to run for president because of the stipulation in the constitution that the president be.

Byline: Daily Star Staff Summary: The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the American University of Beirut (AUB), the Institute for Palestine Studies, the Institut Francais du Proche-Orient, and the French Foreign Ministry (CORUS Project) opened a two-day gathering, entitled Palestinian Citizenships and Identities Conference, on Friday.

towards global citizenships; beyond democracy: innovation as politics; global identities and communities. editorial; articles; some ideas on the topic; authors; the latest books; the glocal political power; territories, borders and the new geography; local and global democracy; networks and new media; on global risks; glocal social capital.

Intimate Citizenships Gender, Sexualities, Politics Edited by Elz˙bieta H. Oleksy. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereaf- identities in common, that is to say, from commonality and inclusion.

The Open University's Centre for Citizenships, Identities and Governance (CCIG) and the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC) were pleased to organise an event in connection with the release of the new book Military Migrants: Fighting for YOUR country, by.

The Broadening of Citizenship in a Globalized World With the rise of globalization, the concept of citizenship as a form of membership and identity in one nation-state has changed.

The increase in the number of countries allowing dual citizenship and noncitizen rights has made the acquisition of citizenship less pressing.Drawing from feminist scholarship on intimacy and political economy and using three main frameworks: Fortressing Writs/Exclusionary Rights, Mobile Bodies/Immobile Citizenships, and Bordered/Borderland Identities, this book features feminist scholars who methodically examine how the production of feminist knowledge has occurred in this region.This book From the revolutionary-era adoption of individual rights rhetoric to today's battles over the place of immigrants in a rapidly diversifying American society, Smith shows now modern America's growing embrace of overlapping identities is in tension with the providentialism and exceptionalism that continue to make up so much of what many believe it means to be an American.