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by Ruth Lister,Fiona Williams,Anneli Anttonen,Jet Bussemaker,Ute Gerhard,Jacqueline Heinen,Stina Johansson,Arnlaug Leira,Birte Siim,Constanza Tobio


Gendering Citizenship in Western Europe: New Challenges for Citizenship Research in a Cross-National Context epub

ISBN: 186134693X

ISBN13: 978-1861346933

Author: Ruth Lister,Fiona Williams,Anneli Anttonen,Jet Bussemaker,Ute Gerhard,Jacqueline Heinen,Stina Johansson,Arnlaug Leira,Birte Siim,Constanza Tobio

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Policy Press (May 16, 2007)

Pages: 216 pages

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In this introductory paper we analyse recent developments in citizenship attribution across Western Europe over the past 25 years.

In this introductory paper we analyse recent developments in citizenship attribution across Western Europe over the past 25 years.

Anneli Anttonen is Professor in Social Policy at the University of Tampere, Finland

Lister, Ruth, Williams, Fiona. Ruth Lister is Professor of Social Policy, Loughborough University, UK. Birte Siim is Professor in Gender Studies at the Institute for History, International and Social Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark. Anneli Anttonen is Professor in Social Policy at the University of Tampere, Finland. Jet Bussemaker is a political scientist working at the Free University, Amsterdam and is also a Member of Parliament for the Dutch Labour Party, and junior minister in the Dutch government.

Gendering Citizenship i. .has been added to your Basket. The first part of the book clarifies the various ways that the concept of citizenship has developed historically and is understood today in a range of Western European welfare states

Gendering Citizenship i. The first part of the book clarifies the various ways that the concept of citizenship has developed historically and is understood today in a range of Western European welfare states. It elaborates on the contemporary framing of debates and struggles around citizenship. This provides a framework for three policy studies, looking at: migration and multiculturalism; the care of young children; and home-based childcare and transnational dynamics.

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Since the 1990s, Western Europe has experienced a remarkable shift in political thinking about childcare.

Understandings of citizenship have not only changed over the course of time, but its multifaceted, different meanings also reflect both varied political and social histories and legal traditions and cultures in the respective European countries. Since the 1990s, Western Europe has experienced a remarkable shift in political thinking about childcare.

in an ambitious and innovative way to explore a key concept in contemporary European political, policy and academic debates.

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This study combines conceptual, theoretical, empirical and policy material to explore a key concept in contemporary European political, policy and academic debates.

Siim, Birte, Lister, Ruth, Williams, Fiona, Anttonen, Anneli, Bussemaker, Jet, Gerhard, Ute, Heinen, Jacqueline, Johansson, Stina, Leira, Arnlaug, Tobio, Constanza, and Gavanas, Anna (2007) Gendering Citizenship in Western Europe: New Challenges for Citizenship in .

Siim, Birte, Lister, Ruth, Williams, Fiona, Anttonen, Anneli, Bussemaker, Jet, Gerhard, Ute, Heinen, Jacqueline, Johansson, Stina, Leira, Arnlaug, Tobio, Constanza, and Gavanas, Anna (2007) Gendering Citizenship in Western Europe: New Challenges for Citizenship in a Cross-National Context. Bristol: The Policy Press.

This is a collectively written, inter-disciplinary, thematic cross-national study which combines conceptual, theoretical, empirical and policy material in an ambitious and innovative way to explore a key concept in contemporary European political, policy and academic debates. The first part of the book clarifies the various ways that the concept of citizenship has developed historically and is understood today in a range of Western European welfare states. It elaborates on the contemporary framing of debates and struggles around citizenship. This provides a framework for three policy studies, looking at: migration and multiculturalism; the care of young children; and home-based childcare and transnational dynamics. The book is unusual in weaving together the topics of migration and childcare and in studying these issues together within a gendered citizenship framework. It also demonstrates the value of a multi-level conceptualisation of citizenship, stretching from the domestic sphere through the national and European levels to the global. The book is aimed at students of social policy, sociology, European studies, women's studies and politics and at researchers/scholars/policy analysts in the areas of citizenship, gender, welfare states and migration.