Australians and Globalisation: The Experience of Two Centuries

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Cambridge University Press, Nov 5, 2001 - Political Science - 217 pages
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Is globalisation new? Are its effects inevitable? Are the concepts of national sovereignty and global markets incompatible? In this provocative book, the authors argue that Australia has always been a 'globalised' nation. Australian Citizens and Globalisation tells the tale of how governance and citizenship developed in response to global forces, starting with colonial societies and moving through the federation period and the twentieth century to the present day with its accelerated globalisation impact.
 

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Contents

Globalisation Sovereignty and Citizenship
13
Citizenship without Nationhood
35
Nationstate and Citizenship
61
Imperial Dominion to Pacific Nation
86
Australian Citizen Subjects
113
New World Orders 737
137
Citizenship in a Global Nation 764
164
Notes
191
Index
210
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