Citizenship: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

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Bryan S. Turner, Peter Hamilton
Taylor & Francis, 1994 - Social Science - 476 pages
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Contents

Commentary
3
Two Traditions Robert Nisbet
7
Who Needs a Theory of Citizenship? George Armstrong Kelly
24
Observations on the Sociology of Citizenship Morris Janowitz
42
Ruling Class Strategies and Citizenship Michael Mann
63
Citizenship Social Theory and Social Change Maurice Roche
80
Capitalism Citizen and Community Stephen Macedo
111
Citizenship and Social Power David Taylor
136
Democracy in America Alexis de Tocqueville
263
Of the Beginning of Political Societies John Locke
266
Immanuel Kant
295
263
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266
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Commentary
329
Jaques Van Doorn
344
Military Institutions and Citizenship in Western Societies
353

Individualism and Citizenship Jean Leca
148
An Unnatural Practice? Adrian Oldfield
188
Outline of a Theory of Citizenship Bryan S Turner
199
Citizenship Rights J M Barbalet
227
The Case of Britain David Marquand 3 7 24 42 63 80 111 136 148 188 199 227
238
THE CLASSICS
251
Commentary
253
Chapter I Introductory John Stuart Mill
255
Constitutionalism Warfare and Political Change
369
Feminism and Democracy Carole Pateman
372
A Critique of
386
The Limits of Social Policy Nathan Glazer
409
Representation Keith Michael Baker
410
Governmentality Michel Foucault
437
VOLUME
443
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