Citizenship in flux: The figure of the activist citizen

@article{In2009CitizenshipIF,
  title={Citizenship in flux: The figure of the activist citizen},
  author={E. Işın},
  journal={Subjectivity},
  year={2009},
  volume={29},
  pages={367-388}
}
  • E. Işın
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Subjectivity
  • Throughout the twentieth century the figure of citizenship that has been dominant since the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries has begun to change. We have witnessed the emergence of new rights including ecological, sexual and indigenous rights as well as blurring of the boundaries between human and civil, political and social rights and the articulation of rights by (and to) cities, regions and across states. We have witnessed the birth of new ‘acts of citizenship’: both organized and… CONTINUE READING
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