- Machine generated contents note: One.Recentering citizenship -- Introduction -- Contextualising citizenship -- Citizenship: political projects and cultural formations -- Citizenship, politics and the adventures of culture -- Culture, politics and cultural citizenship -- Conclusion: recentering citizenship -- views from the margins -- Two.Decentering citizenship -- Unsettling citizenship -- Pluralising the state -- Decentering the state in practice -- Dividing and multiplying: reinventing `the people' -- Assembling citizenship -- Conclusion: decentering in theory and practice -- Three.Imagining the `communities' of citizenship -- Nationalising and naturalising citizenship -- Becoming post-national? -- Reinventing the `communities' of citizens -- Sites and scales of citizenship -- A politics of scale? -- Locations and localisations -- Citizenship taking place -- Conclusion: citizenship as connective -- Conclusion: Disputing citizenship -- Citizenship in the making -- Contested meanings: what is at stake in citizenship? -- The unfinished.
- This title presents a new perspective on citizenship by treating it as a continuing focus of dispute. The authors contest the way it is normally conceived and analysed within the social sciences, developing a view of citizenship as always emerging from a struggle.
- 1447312538 (paperback)
- AUTH: OPEN U. EXPLORES NEW VIEW OF CITIZENSHIP & ITS ENTANGLEMENTS W/ POLITICS, CULTURE & POWER.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-203) and index.
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