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Articulating Citizenship

Civic Education and Student Politics in Southeastern China, 19121940 (Harvard East Asian Monographs)

by Robert Culp

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Published by Harvard University Asia Center .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil rights & citizenship,
  • Geography,
  • China - History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Asia - China,
  • Curricula,
  • History,
  • History / China,
  • China,
  • Citizenship,
  • Civics, Chinese,
  • Study and teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11125042M
    ISBN 100674025873
    ISBN 109780674025875

    The political rights that were gained after the French Revolution were reserved for French citizens, but the status of French citizen also entailed duties like compulsory military service, which was introduced in many countries around that time. Ghanemet al. Not everything is perfect, of course. Over subsequent decades, however, they came to argue fiercely over the contents of citizenship and how it should be taught. Thus they should make the weight of their opinion felt in order that the civil authority may act with justice and that legislation may conform to moral precepts and the common good. Patriarchy — which is characteristic of all social structures, including the economy, the polity and law — marginalizes and discriminates against all women.

    Existing Debates on Citizenship in Israel In order to theorize women's citizenship status in Israel, this chapter will engage with the existing literature on citizenship and the state as it concerns Israel. Working together, we can reshape our churches, society, politics, and economy. What kind of world do we want to shape? On the one hand, their basic rights to work, live and move freely have been and remain largely restricted if not denied outright. Only we can. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.

    This 'multilayered citizenship' framework, they contend, is what accorded 'second-class ethno-national citizenship for Mizrahis and women Patriarchy — which is characteristic of all social structures, including the economy, the polity and law — marginalizes and discriminates against all women. Working together, we can reshape our churches, society, politics, and economy. This tutorial invites participation in this dialogue and assumes that "citizen agency" can influence change.


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Articulating Citizenship book

Soutphommasane writes that "A distinctive brand of egalitarianism, a robust democracy supported by an Anzac myth — these are the foundations of an Australian patriotism ". This 'multilayered citizenship' framework, they contend, is what accorded 'second-class ethno-national citizenship for Mizrahis and women For Smooha 'ethnic democracy' is defined as 'a system that combines the extension of civil and political rights to individuals and some collective rights to minorities, with institutionalization of majority control over the state' Smooha Cohen notes that the time period of lawful residence required to obtain citizenship in the United States must be continuous, making it more similar to a statute of repose p.

Howard and Kirk A. The authors' position on Israel's settler-colonial practices within its 'proper Articulating Citizenship book will be discussed in further detail later in this chapter.

Thus, unlike Ashkenazi women, whose concerns and voices have tended to be heard on account of the large space made available to Ashkenazi feminists, Palestinian and Mizrahi women and feminists continue to be largely absent from a privileged space of representation.

In the West, civics has often been regarded by all but a small band of enthusiasts as a worthy but unexciting addition to the mainstream curriculum. In keeping with his focus on the Republican period, Culp deals only briefly with the initial popularization of the idea and terminology of citizenship in the early s.

We cannot suppose that political actors are sympathetic toward one another in a conflictual context, yet it is precisely the presence of conflict and differences that makes communicative interaction necessary.

How would those within this structure convince the populous that their governance is inclusive and democratic? Amazon Articles. The state is an association of citizens, all free and all have the same rights and carry respective duties. God's Politics offers a vision for how to convert spiritual values into real social change and has started a grassroots movement to hold our political leaders accountable by incorporating our deepest convictions about war, poverty, racism, abortion, capital punishment, and other moral issues into our nation's public life.

Introduction[ edit ] In the introduction to his book, Soutphommasane argues that patriotism is important and relevant to the modern era for three reasons.

However, bythe Nationalist Party began to impose government supervision on these associations. Does multiculturalism reduce questions of equal power distribution to "tolerating others"? However, besides the fact that their work excludes gender as an important analytical tool for understanding citizenship, they end up reproducing a binary between 'superior Jews' and 'inferior Arabs', obfuscating other subjects and identities in between.

Therefore, the decision to make time part of politics is a decision that expresses political values and we should be willing and able to investigate and analyze the values these decisions express.

As citizenship primarily expressed a personal status rather than a belonging to a territorially defined nation, the Greek and Roman ideas on citizenship — although directly relevant to current definitions of citizenship — are therefore not the direct predecessors of nationality as it is now used under international law.

The principles of the common good, association, solidarity, participation and others from Catholic social teaching compel us to work together with others for a better neighborhood, city, county, country, and world.

How can we respect differences and use scholarship on difference to construct inclusive visions of democracy? Ethnocracy in this paradigm lumps together Mizrahis, Ethiopians, Ashkenazis and other Jewish ethnicities into a whole and presents it as opposed to Palestinian Arabs as a binary.

Jesus's gospel of the kingdom of God helps us recover a personal and social commitment to the common good and shows us--in concrete ways--how to be both personally responsible and socially just.

The idea of using education to produce good citizens was speedily institutionalized in the new school system ofindicating the wide acceptance of this concept by both conservative and radical reformers. Feminist Writings on Women in Israel The feminist literature on women in Israel has basically followed the racial and ethnic divide that characterizes the nature of citizenship in Israel.

The origin of western citizenship is generally traced back to ancient Greece and Rome. However, Crikey!

Women in Israel: Race, Gender and Citizenship

However, it is possible that "differences" that represent characteristics of cultures, groups and individuals may become more pronounced. But she also notes that there were voices in Congress at various times Articulating Citizenship book advocated for allowing interruptions in the period for those who travel abroad frequently, or conversely, of stripping citizenship from those who lived overseas for too long p.

This observation has also been made by Amalia Sa'arwho notes that the overwhelming bulk of this literature remains at the empirical level with little conceptual or theoretical framework capable of locating phenomena within the larger structure within which they are situated.

Theorizing Israeli citizenship: a critique The problematic embedded in the above conclusion, which pertains to the authors' 'promise of a democratic regime', represents a fundamental misunderstanding of Israel's citizenship regime, both historically and contemporarily, especially as it relates to Palestinian citizens.Get print book.

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This collection reflects on the emerging phenomenon of ‘selfie citizenship’, which capitalises on individual visibility and agency, at the time when citizenship itself is increasingly governed through biometrics and large-scale dataisation.

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Today we are witnessing a global rise of politicised. Film, History and Cultural Citizenship | This new book investigates the relationship of film to history, power, memory, and cultural citizenship.

The book is concerned with two central issues: firstly, the participation of film and filmmakers in articulating and challenging projects of modernity; and, secondly, the role of film in shaping particular understandings of self and other to evoke. Consequently, citizenship, as a marker of national identity, often veils the ways in which this perspective makes it difficult for us to recognize those who are excluded from the rights and privileges of the state.

Additionally, citizenship can operate across national borders. By Grant H. Cornwell and Eve Walsh Stoddard Students have to learn both how to think critically about their own positionalities and how to engage various other perspectives on the issues they seek to understand and to judge.

This need for multiple perspectives is the grounds of a global epistemology; it is also the most basic argument for diversity in liberal education.