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Citizenship: feminist perspectives
Bibliography: p. 239-279.
|Statement||Ruth Lister ; consultant editor, Jo Campling.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1236 .L57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 284 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||284|
|ISBN 10||0333534875, 0333534883|
The feminist perspective also recognizes that women who suffer from oppression due to race, in addition to the oppression they suffer for being women, may find themselves in a double bind. The relationship between feminism and race was largely overlooked until the second wave of feminists produced literature on the topic of black feminism. In addition to the classical theories of citizenship there are some critical theories of citizenship, which are orientated around the issues of identity, difference and inclusion/exclusion. Despite having the same rights as other members of the community, there are many groups, such as ethnic minorities and women, who feel that citizenship does not take account of that difference and as such.
The feminist critique of marriage provides insight on the issue; its critique, along with the questions raised by same-sex marriage, indicates a need to rethink many aspects of the legal regulation of families and intimate life as they affect democratic citizenship. Citizenship Rites investigates what is at stake for women in these debates. Exploring the perspectives of both feminist antimilitarists and feminist soldiers, Ilene Feinman situates the current combat controversy within the context of the sea change in United States politics since the s-from ERA debates over drafting women to recent Cited by:
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Lister explores a range of disciplines and a burgeoning international literature on citizenship, pinpointing important theoretical issues and recasting traditional thinking about it, while exploring its political and policy implications for women in all their : Ruth Lister.
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Drawing on a range of disciplines and literatures, the book provides an unusually broad account of citizenship. Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives, Second Edition 2nd ed. Edition. by Ruth Lister (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ruth Lister Page.
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Citizenship: feminist perspectives. [Ruth Lister] -- The competing pressures of globalization and immigration have forced Americans - as well as people from most other countries - to think long and hard about what it means to be a citizen.
In this book, Lister argues for a new feminist notion of citizenship, one that can accommodate difference. Lister argues that citizenship has traditionally been a tool of social and political exclusion, inequality, and xenophobia.
This book is an important contribution to the general literature on citizenship. It draws on a range of disciplines to address theoretical and policy dilemmas in the construction of women's citizenship.
Traditional thinking about citizenship is recast to embrace both rights and political participation in the development of a 'woman-friendly' theory and praxis of citizenship, challenging conventional.
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It recasts traditional thinking about the concept so as to pinpoint important theoretical issues and their political and policy implications for women in their diversity.
Ruth Lister's book represents an ambitious endeavour to explore issues and concepts of citizenship from a feminist viewpoint. Her particular feminist perspective is concerned with the ways in which women are socially included and excluded from public and private spheres of life, by differing ideas about what constitutes political involvement, and within or between nation states.
Citizenship: feminist perspectives. [Ruth Lister; Jo Campling] -- This is an important contribution to the general literature on citizenship. It draws on a range of disciplines to address theoretical and policy dilemmas in the construction of women's citizenship.
Drawing on a range of disciplines and literatures, the book provides a broad account of citizenship. It recasts traditional thinking about the concept so as to pinpoint important theoretical issues and their political and policy implications for women in their : Ruth Lister.
Feminist Perspectives on the Learning of Citizenship and Governance Article in Compare 32(1) March with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Julia Preece. Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives by Ruth Lister,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14).
This article discusses citizenship from feminist perspectives. This study is theoretical using literature review method based on literature and combined with bibliographic research that focuses on the ideas contained in the : Rima Vien Permata Hartanto, Siany Indria Liestyasari, Atik Catur Budi.
Suffrage, Gender and Citizenship – International Perspectives on Parliamentary Reforms, Edited by Irma Sulkunen and Seija-Leena Nevala-Nurmi and Pirjo Markkola This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.
Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives covers a wide range of issues. The book starts by revisiting the mainstream debates on citizenship, which for me at the time was a welcome way of positioning critical feminist perspectives in the wider debates.
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