Information Literacy for an Active and Effective Citizenship

@inproceedings{Correia2002InformationLF,
  title={Information Literacy for an Active and Effective Citizenship},
  author={Ana Maria Ramalho Correia},
  year={2002}
}
Contemporary citizenship and democracy encompass a wide range of political, civil and social rights and responsibilities for both the individual and the state. An active, effective and responsible citizenship, in contemporary times, requires that people be empowered to exercise those rights and responsibilities towards other people, the community and the state. Citizens should be vigilant regarding the responsiveness of the state towards them and the members of their community and should be… CONTINUE READING

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