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Rethinking Australian Citizenship

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Wayne Hudson, Philip Pettit, Peter Beilharz, Alastair Davidson, Eva Cox, Barry Hindess, Mike Salvaris, Tim Rowse, Mary Kalantzis, John Kane, Margaret Thornton, Jocelyn Pixley, Winton Higgins, Gaby Ramia, Barbara Sullivan, David Hogan, April Carter, Elizabeth van Acker, Peter Christoff, Geoff Stokes
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  • Date Published: November 2000
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521593373

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  • The notion of citizenship is now being taken up internationally as a way to rethink questions of social cohesion and social justice. In Australia, a traditional view of citizens belonging to a single nation made up of one people, with a special relationship to one land, has been thrown open to challenge by a range of differing perspectives. Rethinking Australian Citizenship considers the major debates. The result is a rich and coherent volume that shows the diverse ways in which citizenship can be rethought.

    • Challenges conventional thinking on citizenship
    • Addresses a wide interdisciplinary audience
    • Accessibly written
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    • Date Published: November 2000
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521593373
    • length: 282 pages
    • dimensions: 239 x 160 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.588kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction Wayne Hudson
    2. Republicanism and citizenship Philip Pettit
    3. Postmodernism and citizenship Peter Beilharz
    4. Differential citizenship Wayne Hudson
    5. Democracy and citizenship Alastair Davidson
    6. Feminism and citizenship Eva Cox
    7. Limits to citizenship Barry Hindess
    8. Political citizenship Mike Salvaris
    9. Indigenous citizenship Tim Rowse
    10. Multicultural citizenship Mary Kalantzis
    11. Communitarianism and citizenship John Kane
    12. Legal citizenship Margaret Thornton
    13. Economic citizenship Jocelyn Pixley
    14. Social citizenship Winton Higgins and Gaby Ramia
    15. Sexual citizenship Barbara Sullivan
    16. Educational citizenship David Hogan
    17. Citizenship and military service April Carter
    18. Cultural citizenship Elizabeth van Acker
    19. Environmental citizenship Peter Christoff
    20. Global citizenship Geoff Stokes.

  • Editors

    Wayne Hudson, Griffith University, Queensland

    John Kane, Griffith University, Queensland

    Contributors

    Wayne Hudson, Philip Pettit, Peter Beilharz, Alastair Davidson, Eva Cox, Barry Hindess, Mike Salvaris, Tim Rowse, Mary Kalantzis, John Kane, Margaret Thornton, Jocelyn Pixley, Winton Higgins, Gaby Ramia, Barbara Sullivan, David Hogan, April Carter, Elizabeth van Acker, Peter Christoff, Geoff Stokes

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