Citizenship and Social Theory

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Bryan S. Turner
SAGE, 22 .. 1993 - 208 ˹
Going beyond both traditional liberal theories of democracy and Marxist theories of civil society, leading international scholars rethink the relations between the individual and the state, community and family. They assess how social and political participation is changing in the modern world, investigate the historical roots of citizenship and its development alongside the nation state and urban society, and relate it to issues of welfare and the market. The final chapter asks whether the subordination of nation states to supranational institutions will replace state citizenship with a global conception of human rights.
 

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Citizenship in the Modern West
19
Citizenship Class Inequality and Resentment
36
Citizenship in a Liberal Society
57
Cultural Foundations of Modern Citizenship
91
Identity and Belonging
115
The Fragile Ethical Vision of Civil Society
139
Outline of the Theory of Human Rights
162
Index
191
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