Citizenship Studies Journal
Citizenship Studies Journal (visit Website)
Citizenship Studies publishes internationally recognised scholarly work on contemporary issues in citizenship, human rights and democratic processes from an interdisciplinary perspective covering the fields of politics, sociology, history and cultural studies. It seeks to lead an international debate on the academic analysis of citizenship, and also aims to cross the division between internal and academic and external public debate.
The journal focuses on debates that move beyond conventional notions of citizenship, and treats citizenship as a strategic concept that is central in the analysis of identity, participation, empowerment, human rights and the public interest. Citizenship is analysed in the context of contemporary processes involving globalisation, theories of international relations, changes to the state and political communities, multiculturalism, gender, indigenous peoples and national reconciliation, equity, social and public policy, welfare, and the reorganisation of public management. As a theoretically basic concept, citizenship provides new tools for formulating problems and providing practical analysis and advice in these fields. The journal seeks to publish papers that provide links between theory, institutions such as markets and religions, and the analysis of substantive issues.
H-Citizenship List Serv
H-Citizenship promotes interdisciplinary research and intellectual exchange about citizenship within a global community. In particular, H-Citizenship encourages analysis of the relationship between citizens and the political, social, economic, and cultural communities of which they are a part. Toward these ends, H-Citizenship will foster the study of citizenship as an interdisciplinary academic field and establish a forum to stimulate and shape public discourse about citizenship.
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The editors are Matthew Davis, Assistant Professor of English, University of Wisconsin, Steven's Point and Aaron Retish, Assistant Professor of History, Wayne State University.
Citizenship Study Resources
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Centre for Governance and Citizenship (CGC) of the Hong Kong Institute of Education publishes a CGC Working Paper Series, discussing issues pertinent to governance and citizenship.
The followings are two 2011 Series of the CGC Working Papers:
We do sincerely hope that you would find the working papers stimulating and useful to your research, teaching or general reading.
For more information about CGC and the Working Paper Series, please visit our website at http://www.ied.edu.hk/cgc/view.php?secid=900.
Thank you for your kind attention.
On behalf of Dr. Betty Yung
Editor of the CGC Working Paper Series
Centre for Governance and Citizenship
The Hong Kong Institute of Education
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