Contesting Recognition: Culture, Identity and Citizenship by J. McLaughlinContesting Recognition: Culture, Identity and Citizenship by J. McLaughlin

Contesting Recognition: Culture, Identity and Citizenship

EditorJ. McLaughlin, P. Phillimore, D. Richardson

Hardcover | November 1, 2011

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This book explores the social and political significance of contemporary recognition contests in areas such as disability, race and ethnicity, nationalism, class and sexuality, drawing on accounts from Europe, the USA, Latin America, the Middle East and Australasia.

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JANICE MCLAUGHLIN is Executive Director of the Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences Research Centre, as well as a Reader in Sociology, at Newcastle University, UK. Her recent publications include Families Raising Disabled Children: Enabling Care and Social Justice (co-authored with Dan Goodley, Emma Clavering and Pamela Fisher), Feminist,...
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Title:Contesting Recognition: Culture, Identity and CitizenshipFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:November 1, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230280501

ISBN - 13:9780230280502

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Notes on Contributors
Contesting Recognition; J.McLaughlin, P.Phillimore & D.Richardson 
Belonging and the Politics of Belonging; N.Yuval-Davis
Disability and the Pitfalls of Recognition; J.Leach Scully 
'Normal People': Recognition and the Middle Classes; S.Lawler
Biological Citizenship in Aotearoa/New Zealand; R.Fitzgerald
From the Stranger to 'the Other': The Politics of Cosmopolitan Beirut; S.Seidman
Naming Ourselves: Recognising Racism and Mestizaje in Mexico; M.Moreno Figueroa
Lesbian and Gay Parents' Sexual Citizenship: Recognition, Belonging and (Re)classification; Y.Taylor
The Paradox of Recognition: Success or Stigma for Children with Learning Disabilities; R.Rapp & F.Ginsburg
'The Rush to (East) German History': Recognising Memory and Belonging; A.Gallinat