Citizenship and Civil Society: A Framework of Rights and Obligations in Liberal, Traditional, and Social Democratic Regimesby Thomas Janoski
This book shows how legal, political, social, and participation rights are systematically related to liberties, claims and immunities.See more details below
This book shows how legal, political, social, and participation rights are systematically related to liberties, claims and immunities.
- Cambridge University Press
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.71(d)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to citizenship; 2. The framing of citizens' rights: expansion, clarification, and meaning; 3. Reconstructing obligations and patriotism: limitations, sanctions and exchange in a system of rights; 4. Citizen-selves in restricted and generalized exchange; 5. The balance of rights and obligations through nesting, civil society, and social culture; 6. Incremental change in citizenship over decades: power resources, state structures, ideology, and external forces; 7. Momentous change over centuries: from Wasps to Locomotives in the development and sequencing of rights; 8. Conclusions and implications; Bibliography.
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