The Frontiers Of Citizenship by Michael MoranThe Frontiers Of Citizenship by Michael Moran

The Frontiers Of Citizenship

byMichael MoranEditorUrsula Vogel

Hardcover | July 18, 1991

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Who is entitled to be a citizen? What rights and duties does citizenship involve? These political questions are being asked today with a renewed urgency, both by practising politicians and by scholars. These essays by distinguished contributors examine the changing frontiers of modern citizenship. They look at the way citizenship is being reshaped within the nation state, in relations between women and the state, under the impact of economic crisis and recession, and in the face of new multinational political forces.
Michael Moran is Professor of Government at the University of Manchester Business School. A Fellow of the British Academy he writes on British politics, and on wider issues in political economy. The 3rd edition of his widely used textbook,Politics and Governance in the UK, is now in preparation.
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Title:The Frontiers Of CitizenshipFormat:HardcoverDimensions:210 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.03 inPublished:July 18, 1991Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333525981

ISBN - 13:9780333525982

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Table of Contents

List of Tables - Acknowledgements - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction; U.Vogel & M.Moran - Citizenship as Obligation in the United States; D.S.King - The Frontiers of Social Citizenship: The Case of Health Care Entitlements; M.Moran - Is Citizenship Gender-Specific?; U.Vogel - Patriotism and the Idea of Citizenship in Postwar British Politics; P.Rich - Citizenship and Migrant Workers in Western Europe; Z.Layton-Henry - European Citizenship and Social Policies; E.Meehan - Citizenship Beyond Borders; A.Weale - Conclusion: Paths to Citizenship; G.Parry - Index