Psychological citizenship and national identity

@inproceedings{Sindic2011PsychologicalCA,
  title={Psychological citizenship and national identity},
  author={Denis Sindic},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, I raise the question of whether psychological citizenship (i.e. the subjective sense of being a citizen) is necessarily intertwined with a sense of national identity in our contemporary world. First, I argue that psychological citizenship is always dependent upon a sense of shared identity with the community (be it national or other), and I explore some of the reasons why this is the case. Second, I argue that such sense of shared identity can nevertheless sometimes remain… CONTINUE READING
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