Citizenship: Pushing the Boundaries

Citizenship: Pushing the Boundaries

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Citizenship: Pushing the Boundaries brings together global perspectives and issues of citizenship in particular regional and national contexts. It comprehensively covers contemporary feminist debates on citizenship such as: citizenship as a status bestowing rights and responsibilities, passive and active citizenship, and the distinctions and interconnections between the public and private citizen.Many who work at home are invisible in official statistics and inaccessible by standard survey techniques. ... A questionnaire placed in Prima, Britaina#39;s best- selling womena#39;s monthly magazine, yielded over 400 responses, biased ... Their jobs spanned the whole range of occupations, divided almost equally (contra government surveys) between manual and non-manual work, and, notably, the vast majorityanbsp;...

Title:Citizenship: Pushing the Boundaries
Author: The Feminist Review Collective,
Publisher:Routledge - 2005-06-27

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