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Citizenship: Pushing the limits brings jointly worldwide views and problems with citizenship specifically nearby and nationwide contexts. It comprehensively covers modern feminist debates on citizenship equivalent to: citizenship as a standing bestowing rights and obligations, passive and lively citizenship, and the differences and interconnections among the private and non-private citizen.
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1997) Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives Basingstoke: Macmillan. LORDE, Audre (1984) ‘Age, race, class and sex: women redefining difference’ reproduced in Helen Crowley and Susan Himmelweit (1992) editors, Knowing Women Cambridge: Polity/Open University Press. LOVENDUSKI, Joni and RANDALL, Vicky (1993; Contemporary Feminist Politics Oxford: Oxford University Press. MARQUAND, David (1991) ‘Civic republicans and liberal individualists: the case of Britain’, Archive Européenne de Sociologie Vol.
Similarly, a Northern Ireland study by the Women and Citizenship Research Group (1995) underlines the sense of personal power or effectiveness that women, previously inexperienced in political action, CITIZENSHIP: TOWARDS A FEMINIST SYNTHESIS 33 have gained as a result of such activism. This contrasts with their exclusion from the formal political system. Placing value on informal politics as an expression of citizenship does not, however, mean ignoring the continuing need both to open up formal political arenas to women and also to make formal politics more accountable to informal.
BRYSON, Valerie (1992) Feminist Political Theory Basingstoke: Macmillan. BUBECK, Diemut (1995) A Feminist Approach to Citizenship Florence: European University Institute. CARENS, Joseph (1989) ‘Membership and morality: admission to citizenship in liberal democratic states’ in William Rogers Brubaker editor, Immigration and the Politics of Citizenship in Europe and North America Lanham: German Marshall Fund of the United States/University Press of America. CASTLES, Stephen (1994) ‘Democracy and multi-cultural citizenship.
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