From Subjects to Citizens

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  • Author : Pierre Boyer
  • Publisher : University of Ottawa Press
  • Pages : 328 pages
  • ISBN : 0776605534
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Download or Read online From Subjects to Citizens full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Pierre Boyer and published by University of Ottawa Press which was released on 19 January 2022 with total page 328 pages. We cannot guarantee that From Subjects to Citizens book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. A century ago, the legal concept of Canadian and Australian Citizenship as we understand it today did not exist. It was not until 1946 and 1948, respectively, that Canada and Australia adopted national citizenship, a move that allowed each country to define its own distinct character, and emphasize its independence from Britain and the Commonwealth. In this collection of essays, Canadian and Australian scholars examine the history, present, and future of citizenship in both countries. The book opens with two essays that examine the meaning and concept of citizenship, in both historical and contemporary contexts, and its relation to the state. The second section explores the early politics of citizenshipincluding examinations of civic debate, democracy, women as citizens, and culture. The third section includes essays on the challenges that traditional British notions of citizenship have faced in both countries, including aboriginal rights and multiculturalism. The collection ends with a look to the future of citizenship, including discussions of identity, governance, nation-building, and globalization. By contrasting and comparing similar issues in two similar countries, these erudite and thought-provoking essays show how much each country has to gain through discussion and collaboration.

From Subjects to Citizens

From Subjects to Citizens
  • Author : Pierre Boyer,Linda Cardinal,David John Headon
  • Publisher : University of Ottawa Press
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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A century ago, the legal concept of Canadian and Australian Citizenship as we understand it today did not exist. It was not until 1946 and 1948, respectively, that Canada and Australia adopted national citizenship, a move that allowed each country to define its own distinct character, and emphasize its independence from Britain and the Commonwealth. In this collection of essays, Canadian and Australian scholars examine the history, present, and future of citizenship in both countries. The book opens with two essays that

From Subjects to Citizens

From Subjects to Citizens
  • Author : Taylor C. Sherman,William Gould,Sarah Ansari
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 06 March 2014
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This book explores the shift from colonial rule to independence in India and Pakistan, with the aim of unravelling the explicit meaning and relevance of 'independence' for the new citizens of India and Pakistan during the two decades post 1947. While the study of postcolonial South Asia has blossomed in recent years, this volume addresses a number of imbalances in this dynamic and highly popular field. Firstly, the histories of India and Pakistan after 1947 have been conceived separately, with many scholars

From Subjects to Citizens

From Subjects to Citizens
  • Author : Sarah C. Chambers
  • Publisher : Penn State Press
  • Release : 01 November 2010
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Offering a corrective to previous views of Spanish-American independence, this book shows how political culture in Peru was dramatically transformed in this period of transition and how the popular classes as well as elites played crucial roles in this process. Honor, underpinning the legitimacy of Spanish rule and a social hierarchy based on race and class during the colonial era, came to be an important source of resistance by ordinary citizens to repressive action by republican authorities fearful of disorder.

Subjects Or Citizens

Subjects Or Citizens
  • Author : Adolf Ens
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 1994
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"During the 1870s, 7,000 Mennonites - descendants of Dutch and German Anabaptists - arrived in Canada to settle in the newly created province of Manitoba. While in Europe, they had steadily moved eastward under pressure of persecution and governmental restrictions until they settled in "foreign colonies" in New Russia (Ukraine) in 1789. Generations of living as non-citizen settlers under special arrangements with the ruler had reinforced their separatist understanding of what it meant to live in nonconformity with the world." "Adolf Ens's

Rights Cultures Subjects and Citizens

Rights  Cultures  Subjects and Citizens
  • Author : Susanne Brandtstädter,Peter Wade,Kath Woodward
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 13 September 2013
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This book questions the political logic of foregrounding cultural collectives in a world shaped by globalization and neoliberalization. Throughout the world, it is no longer only individuals, but increasingly collective "cultures" who are made responsible for their own regulation, welfare and enterprise. This appears as a surprising shift from the tenets of classical liberalism which defined the ideal subject of politics as the "unencumbered self"- the free, equal and self-governing individual. The increasing promotion and recognition of cultural rights

Subjects Citizens and Law

Subjects  Citizens and Law
  • Author : Gunnel Cederlöf,Sanjukta Das Gupta
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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This volume investigates how, where and when subjects and citizens come into being, assert themselves and exercise subjecthood or citizenship in the formation of modern India. It argues for the importance of understanding legal practice - how rights are performed in dispute and negotiation - from the parliament and courts to street corners and field sites. The essays in the book explore themes such as land law and rights, court procedure, freedom of speech, sex workers' mobilisation, refugee status, adivasi

Subjects and Citizens

Subjects and Citizens
  • Author : Michael Moon,Cathy N. Davidson
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Release : 15 June 1995
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Focusing on intersecting issues of nation, race, and gender, this volume inaugurates new models for American literary and cultural history. Subjects and Citizens reveals the many ways in which a wide range of canonical and non-canonical writing contends with the most crucial social, political, and literary issues of our past and present. Defining the landscape of the New American literary history, these essays are united by three interrelated concerns: ideas of origin (where does "American literature" begin?), ideas of nation (

Citizen and Subject

Citizen and Subject
  • Author : Mahmood Mamdani
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 24 April 2018
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In analyzing the obstacles to democratization in post- independence Africa, Mahmood Mamdani offers a bold, insightful account of colonialism's legacy--a bifurcated power that mediated racial domination through tribally organized local authorities, reproducing racial identity in citizens and ethnic identity in subjects. Many writers have understood colonial rule as either "direct" (French) or "indirect" (British), with a third variant--apartheid--as exceptional. This benign terminology, Mamdani shows, masks the fact that these were actually variants of a despotism. While direct rule denied rights

Data Politics

Data Politics
  • Author : Didier Bigo,Engin Fahri Isin,Evelyn Ruppert
  • Publisher : Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Didier Bigo is Professor of War Studies at King¿s College London and Research Professor at Sciences-Po, CERI Paris. He is editor of the quarterly journal, Cultures & Conflicts, and was the founder and co-editor of International Political Sociology, published by International Studies Association. His work concerns sociology of surveillance, policing, and borders. He co-edited Transversal Lines (with Tugba Basaran, Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet and R. B. J. Walker, 2016) as part of the Routledge Studies in International Political Sociology. Engin Isin is Professor