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Sexual citizenship has become a key concept in the social sciences. It describes the rights and responsibilities of citizens in sexual and intimate life, including debates over equal marriage and women's human rights, as well as shaping thinking about citizenship more generally.
This is an ideal core text for modules on Civil Rights History or American History since 1945 - or a supplementary text for broader modules on American History, African-American History or Modern US Politics - which may be offered at the upper levels of an undergraduate History, Politics or American...
Citizen now charts a new research path in the study of the engagement of youth. Although their methods are varied and reflective of current technological tools, Citizen now argues that the tactics and motives of the groups reflect traditional political elements. -- .
'This extraordinary book is the roadmap for a new kind of effective activism' - Brian Eno `This book is for people who are angry with the ways things are and want to do something about it; for people who are frustrated with the system, or worried about the direction the...
This book examines the ways in which political authority is defined and created by the rights of community membership and access to resources. It uses extensive fieldwork to provide a nuanced assessment of political states commonly viewed as fragile or failed.
By Kat Gupta
Focussing on The Times, this monograph uses corpus linguistics to examine how suffrage campaigners' different ideologies were conflated in the newspaper over a crucial time period for the movement - 1908 to 1914, leading up to the Representation of the People Act in 1918. Looking particularly at representations of suffrage...