By Engin F. Isin,Greg M. Nielsen
This learn of citizenship is actually interdisciplinary, drawing not just on new advancements in politics, sociology, geography and anthropology, but additionally on psychoanalysis, philosophy and historical past. starting from Antigone and Socrates within the old international to checkpoints, euthanasia and flash mobs within the glossy one, the 'acts' and chapters the following increase a dynamic and wide-ranging photograph. Acts of Citizenship offers very important new insights for all these eager about the connection among participants, teams and polities.
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Acts of Citizenship by Engin F. Isin,Greg M. Nielsen