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Public rights, public rules : constituting citzens in the world polity and national policy / edited by Connie L. McNeely
Bib ID 734762
Format BookBook
Description New York : Garland Pub., 1998 
xi, 404 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0815321260 (alkaline paper) (case)
Series

States and societies ; v. 1.

Garland reference library of social science ; v. 1065.

Full contents
  • Series Editor's Foreword / Dula J. Espinosa
  • Pt. I. Introduction. Ch. 1. Constituting Citizens: Rights and Rules / Connie L. McNeely
  • Pt. II. The World Polity: Global Processes and Transnational Effects. Ch. 2. State and Society in a World Unbound / David Jacobson. Ch. 3. Dynamics of Citizenship Development and the Political Incorporation of Women: A Global Institutionalization Research Agenda / Francisco O. Ramirez and John W. Meyer. Ch. 4. Women's Alternative Path to Citizenship: An Examination of Global Employment Policy / Nitza Berkovitch. Ch. 5. Citizenship in the Curriculum: The Globalization of Civics Education in Anglophone Africa, 1955-1995 / Mary Rauner. Ch. 6. State and Citizenship Under Transformation in Western Europe / Lars Bo Kaspersen
  • Pt. III. National Policy: Rights, Resources, and Identities. Ch. 7. Rights, Relationality, and Membership: Rethinking the Making and Meaning of Citizenship / Margaret R. Somers.
  • Ch. 8. The Classificatory Logics of State Welfare Systems: Towards a Formal Analysis / John W. Mohr. Ch. 9. Gendering the Analysis of Welfare States (With Examples from Australia and the United States) / Ann Shola Orloff. Ch. 10. Collective Identities, Women's Agency, and the Framing of Citizenship / Barbara Hobson. Ch. 11. Substantiating a Worker's Right to Compensation / T. Ryken Grattet. Ch. 12. Citizenship and Rights: Worker Protection in Germany and the United States / Dula J. Espinosa. Ch. 13. Contested Citizenship: The Dynamics of Racial Identity and Social Movements / Anthony W. Marx
  • Pt. IV. Conclusion. Ch. 14. Rights and Rules: Constituting World Citizens / John Boli.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Citizenship.  |  Political sociology.
Other authors/contributors McNeely, Connie L

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