5 edition of Theorizing citizenship found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-322) and index.
|Statement||edited by Ronald Beiner.|
|Series||SUNY series in political theory.|
|Contributions||Beiner, Ronald, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||JF801 .T465 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
|ISBN 10||0791423352, 0791423360|
|LC Control Number||94010401|
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Overview This is an anthology of essays on citizenship by Theorizing citizenship book well-known theorists as Habermas, Walzer, Flathman, Iris Marion Young, MacIntyre, Ignatieff, and George Armstrong Kelly. In recent years there has been an explosion of interest in the theme of citizenship among political : $ Theorizing Citizenship.
Ronald Beiner. State University of New York Press, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. In recent years there has been an explosion of interest in the theme of. Theorizing Citizenship SUNY series in political theory SUNY series in political theory: Contemporary issues Suny Political Theory: Contemp Suny Series, Feminist Theory in Education: Editors.
Theorizing Chinese Citizenship is an eye-opener for those who still believe that citizenship is an exclusively western concept. This collection provides insights into the origins of Chinese ideas about citizenship and their relation with Confucianism, the current stratification of rights, citizenship practices among workers and middle classes, and citizenship consciousness among.
This is an anthology of essays on citizenship by such well-known theorists as Habermas, Walzer, Flathman, Iris Marion Young, MacIntyre, Ignatieff, and George Armstrong Kelly. "Professor Beiner has collected an excellent set of essays on a topic that is once again commanding widespread attention among political thinkers and policy-makers.
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This book is about citizenship rights – what they are, how we think about them, why they are currently in peril. Through a mix of historical, concep-tual, and epistemological lenses, I engagethese questions by creating multi-ple genealogies of citizenship and statelessness – genealogies that range.
The glorification of citizenship is a given in today’s world, part of a civic narrative that invokes liberation, dignity, and nationhood. In reality, explains Dimitry Kochenov, citizenship is a story of complacency, hypocrisy, and domination, flattering to citizens and demeaning for noncitizens.
Theorizing citizenship. Albany: State University of New York Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. Theorizing citizenship was a forgotten venture in political philosophy. There was a long intellectual silence on citizenship after Aristotle and that silence was broken only in with Marshall's celebrated essay, ‘Citizenship and Social Class’.
This chapter will consider three different classical conceptions of citizenship. The first is the liberal conception, which, unsurprisingly, takes the individual as the main focus. A liberal theory of citizenship emphasises the equality of rights which each citizen holds, and how these rights enable the individual to pursue their aims and goals.
About the book: This book examines theories of how citizenship is mediated between lived experiences and formal entitlements in order to map out, confine, extend, name, and enact the boundaries of belonging to a polity.
The authors introduce the concept "acts of citizenship" as an alternative way to investigate citizenship. This concept constitutes a significant departure from the way in which. Whereas liberal, republican, and communitarian theories of citizenship analyzed the conditions of citizenship, the central message of this book is that the practical exercise of citizenship, under conditions that are far from ideal, is the main source of its by: The first section, “Imagining Chinese Citizenship,” analyses how Chinese citizenship was first imagined by means of translation and education at the beginning of the twentieth century.
The Chinese citizenship was then compared with the concept of Western citizenship and that of other Asian : Lexington Books. The first section, "Imagining Chinese Citizenship," analyses how Chinese citizenship was first imagined by means of translation and education at the beginning of the twentieth century.
The Chinese. pages | x This book introduces the concept of ’act of citizenship’ and in doing so, re-orients the study of what it means to be a citizen. Isin and Nielsen show that an ’act of citizenship’ is the event through which subjects constitute themselves as citizens.
They claim that such an act involves both. In sum, this book contributes to a variety of ongoing debates in the field of Chinese studies, citizenship studies and political sociology [I]t is a rich collection of materials and perspectives on the ways in which individuals and groups interact with the authorities in contemporary China.
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It costs £(). Theorizing half-statelessness: a case study of the Nation-State Law in Israel. Citizenship Studies: Vol. 24, No. 6, pp. But with an ease made all the more impressive because of its seeming effortlessness, Spires has written a detailed and elegant book that offers his readers a well cleared pathway into the world of black theorizing in the nineteenth century, and thus provided us with an opportunity to learn from activist-writers who developed and enacted practices of citizenship that engaged with but refused to be bound by the .