Citizenship: Critical Concepts, Volume 2

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Bryan S. Turner, Peter Hamilton
Taylor & Francis US, 1994 - Citizenship - 482 pages
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Notes: This book was found via Google Scholar, search term "women money". The relevant part of the book is Section 7: Contemporary Criticisms, page 422 Women, Economic Dependency and Citizenship. Ruth Lister

Contents

Commentary 35
3
Citizenship and Social ClassT H Marshall
29
Afterthought on Value Problems of WelfareCapitalism
45
Citizenship and Employment in an Age of High Technology
80
Why Citizenship and Welfare Rights Offer New Hope
103
Commentary
139
Civility and Civic Virtue in Contemporary America
176
Individual Rights against Group Rights Nathan Glazer
226
Ralf Dahrendorf
292
Immigration Citizenship and the NationState
310
Some Reflections
341
Commentary
361
Feminism and Democracy Carole Pateman
372
A Critique of
386
The Limits of Social Policy Nathan Glazer
409
Women Economic Dependency and Citizenship Ruth Lister
422

Citizenship Robert Bellah et al
241
Are Americans Still Citizens? Robert N Bellah
261
Commentary
277
Feminism and Theories of Citizenship
443
Outline of a Theory of Human Rights Bryan S Turner
461
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