3 edition of Citizenship and democratic control in contemporary Europe found in the catalog.
Citizenship and democratic control in contemporary Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Barbara Einhorn, Mary Kaldor, and Zdenek Kavan.|
|Contributions||Einhorn, Barbara., Kaldor, Mary., Kavan, Zdenek.|
|LC Classifications||JN96 .C58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||94027893|
Book Description. This volume Struggle, Resistance and Violence examines the fact that all over the world the rights of citizens have come under enormous pressure and addresses the many ways in which people are ‘making claims’ against both autocratic and democratic t any doubt rule-breaking, riots and violent upheavals have become an aspect . The introduction highlights the most important results of the theoretical approaches to citizenship, rights and participation in childhood studies. Children’s citizenship is presented and recognition given to the fluidity of children’s citizenship Cited by: 2.
In other places, the status of citizen is based on the citizenship of one's parents, which is known as "jus sanguinis" citizenship. Some countries use both bases for ascribing citizenship. Further, most democratic states have established legal procedures by which people without a birthright to citizenship can become naturalized citizens. Today, this sort of discourse still takes place in community settings like those that Habermas originally discussed (e.g., Roth & Lee, ), but changes in .
Since empirical legitimacy is based on serving common interests of effective actors, the EU can legitimate QMV through the protection of fundamental rights of European citizens across its Member States, even against national democratic will. Thus, contemporary sources of EU legitimacy are based on European citizenship and national by: 2. The road towards launching of the European Citizenship From the s, citizenship has become one of the key issues of the political debate. The notion of citizenship is changing at a great pace because of the great economic, social and political changes occurred while the 20th century moved into the 21st.
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In Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe a distinguished group of scholars argues that a democratically reconstructed Europe requires a new approach centred around a concept of citizenship which is neither individualistic nor ethnically based but is concerned with the empowerment of individuals.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: VIII, Seiten: Contents: Part 1: Nation-states, European institutions, and citizenship, Mary Kaldor; democracy and nationalism in Czechoslovakia, Zdenek Kavan; German identities - the impact of unification, Peter Lambert; from single European act to Maastricht - the creation of the European Union.
In Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe a distinguished group of scholars argues that a democratically reconstructed E European integration, the collapse of state socialism and the relative decline of social democracy have left only two dominant European ideologies: nationalism and the free market.
This book seeks to analyse the impact of globalisation, European integration, mass migration, changing patterns of political participation and welfare state provision upon citizenship in Europe.
Uniting theory with empirical examples, the central theme of the book is that how we view such changes is dependent upon how we view citizenship Cited by: This text argues that a democratically reconstructed Europe requires a new approach centred around a concept of citizenship which is neither individualistic or ethnically based, but is concerned with the empowerment of individuals.
The authors propose the development of a well-structured and pluralistic civic society which encourages active citizenship and a definition of Cited by: 7. Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe.
The authors propose the development of a well-structured and pluralistic civic society which encourages active citizenship and a definition of democratic citizenship which can be related to different types and levels of social activity. this book challenges many of the. In the United States, as well as Europe, contemporary white nationalism is symptomatic of the long-standing tendency in Western democracies to envision citizenship in ethno-racial terms: as Hanchard puts it, to link “autochthony, blood and soil with citizenship.”.
Democracy (Greek: δημοκρατία, The term is derived from the Greek words dēmokratiā, dēmos (“people”) and kratos (“rule”) "rule by [the] people") is a form of government in which the people have the authority to choose their governing people are and how authority is shared among them are core issues for democratic theory, development and constitution.
Marc Howard's The Politics of Citizenship in Europe makes a significant contribution to the literature on comparative citizenship. By breaking down citizenship legislation into component parts and measuring these empirically, Howard provides the framework for a systematic comparison of citizenship policies across Europe and : Stephen Bloom.
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This book seeks to analyse and, crucially, connect these developments. A key theme of the book is that the theor etical debates over the meaning of citizenship shape how we view contemporary social, political and economic developments which impact upon citizenship.
As Taylor-Gooby ( 94) notes, citizenship is both a normative and an. The Citizenship and Christian Democracy (Portuguese: Cidadania e Democracia Cristã, PPV/CDC) is a Portuguese minor right-wing political party, with an ideological foundation of pro-life, conservatism and the Christian is a newly established Portuguese political party, approved by the Constitutional Court on July 1,which defends the principles of the Headquarters: Rua 24 de Junho, n.º.
Based on an innovative measure of national citizenship policies, the book accounts for both historical variation and contemporary change. Howard's historical explanation highlights the legacies of colonialism and early democratization, which unintentionally created relatively inclusive citizenship : Marc Morjé Howard.
Buy Citizenship in Contemporary Europe by Michael Lister, Emily Pia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Michael Lister, Emily Pia. Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education.
Education plays an essential role in the promotion of the core values of the Council of Europe: democracy, human rights and the rule of law, as well as in the prevention of human rights violations. 2 Democracy and Citizenship 26 The Action Guide for Advocacy and Citizen Participation Challenges for Democracratic Governance In Citizens and Governance: Civil Society in the New Millennium, the Commonwealth Foundation and Civicus spell out some of the challenges for democratic governance.
Citizenship is the status of a person recognized under the custom or law as being a legal member of a sovereign state or belonging to a idea of citizenship has been defined as the capacity of individuals to defend their rights in front of the governmental authority.
Individual states and nations recognize citizenship of persons according to their own policies, regulations and. [Show full abstract] citizenship. The book will be of particular interest to individuals studying issues raised by migration, particularly in Europe, as well as those who study the rights of.
The Politics of Citizenship in Europe In this book, Marc Morjé Howard addresses immigrant integration, one of the most critical challenges facing European countries today, the reso-lution of which will in large part depend on how foreigners can become citizens.
Howard’s research shows that despite remarkable convergence. “Citizenship is the right to have rights” was famously claimed by Hannah Arendt. The case of the Slovenian erased sheds new light on this assumption that was supposedly put to rest after World War II.
We lack a comprehensive paradigm for grasping what citizenship means today in, and for, our societies. My thesis is that there are currently three ways to understand the : Patricia Mindus.
Table of Contents. 1 Introduction: Citizenship, participation and democracy in an era of crisis Thomas Poguntke, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck and Sonja Zmerli PART 1 Citizenship and perceptions of system performance 2 Democratic institutions and citizen beliefs about democracy: How do they interact?Max Kaase 3 What’s gone wrong with democracy, or .What is EDC/HRE?
Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights doesn't just happen in schools during citizenship lessons: it covers all forms of education, from children up to young adults at college and university, and through into adult. Citizenship, therefore, is a linking mechanism that in its most perfect expression binds the citizenry to the state and to each other.
In Citizenship, Diversity, and Pluralism leading scholars assess the transformation of these two dimensions of citizenship in increasingly diverse and plural modern societies, both in Canada and internationally.