Planning and Citizenship

@inproceedings{Miraftab2012PlanningAC,
  title={Planning and Citizenship},
  author={F. Miraftab},
  year={2012}
}
Citizenship is a contested and old notion, dating to the ancient Greeks and Romans, whose meaning has shifted across different eras and contexts. In its modern conceptualization, citizenship marks the rights, expectations, and responsibilities associated with membership in a political community framed by the nation-state. Citizenship catalyzes debates on important questions that mediate the relationship between the state and citizens: What are the rights of citizens (in civil, political, and… Expand

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