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Lineages of European Citizenship : Rights, Belonging and Participation in Eleven Nation-States - Dario Castiglione

Lineages of European Citizenship

Rights, Belonging and Participation in Eleven Nation-States

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"Lineages of European Citizenship" provides an historical analysis of the development of citizenship from the nineteenth to the twentieth century in ten European countries and the USA. The contributors focus on the role played by internal struggles for social and political inclusion in shaping the character of both the state and citizenship, and the deployment of two main political languages, loosely associated with liberalism and republicanism, in legitimizing citizens' claims.

'The general introduction, written by co-editor Richard Bellamy, raises a very inspiring framework for citizenship studies.' - Political Studies Review

'This volume is extremely valuable. It is essential reading for scholars interested in two different but at the same time interrelated processes of the development of national and common European citizenship.' - West European Politics

'This critical and comparative study is a useful basis for further research on citizenship and Europeanization.' - British Journal of Sociology

'The principal value of the current volume is in some extremely penetrating accounts of national traditions, to our understanding of which it makes valuable contributions.' - English Historical Review

Prefacep. vii
Notes on Contributorsp. viii
Introduction: The Making of Modern Citizenshipp. 1
Citizenship and the German Nationp. 22
Republican Citizenship and the Crisis of Integration in Francep. 46
Nationality, Rights and Virtue: Some Approaches to Citizenship in Great Britainp. 73
Portuguese, but not Citizens: Restricted Citizenship in Contemporary Portugalp. 92
Italian Citizenship and the Republican Traditionp. 113
Spanish Citizenship: Democracy-building and Plural Nationhood in the European Contextp. 130
The Scandinavian Model of Citizenship and Feminist Debatesp. 148
Citizenship and Cultural Difference in France and the Netherlandsp. 167
American Citizenship: Between Past and Presentp. 186
From National to European Citizenship: A Historical Comparisonp. 207
Indexp. 227
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ISBN: 9780333986837
ISBN-10: 0333986830
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 235
Published: 30th April 2004
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1