Description - Citizenship in Modern Britain by Keith Faulks
In this work, the author introduces the theory and practice of citizenship from 1979-1997. The book examines classical, social and neo-liberal theories of citizenship, and outlines their flaws at both a conceptual level and in practical terms. It offers a theory for understanding how citizenship has developed in Britain, and concludes that an inclusive and meaningful concept of citizenship must look beyond the limits of liberal theory and the liberal state.
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(234mm x 156mm x 24mm)
Edinburgh University Press
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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Author Biography - Keith Faulks
Keith Faulks is Reader in Citizenship at the University of Central Lancashire. Author of Citizenship in Modern Britain (Edinburgh University Press, 1998), Political Sociology: A Critical Introduction (Edinburgh University Press, 2000) Citizenship: Key Ideas in Social Science (Routledge, 2000) and co-author of Get Set For Politics (with Ken Phillips and Alex Thomson) (Edinburgh University Press, 2003).