Citizenship, Culture and the Nation-State: a European Perspective

Máiréad Nic Craith

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    Abstract

    The concept of citizenship has historically been linked to political, civic and social rights without reference to a cultural context, but the increasing plurality of modern nation-states has served as a catalyst for debate on a more inclusive form of citizenship which is explored in this essay.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalization
    EditorsWenche Ommundsen, Michael Leach, Andrew Vabdenberg
    Pages111-126
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Keywords

    • Europe Culture Citizenship Multiculturalism Nationalism

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    Nic Craith, M. (2010). Citizenship, Culture and the Nation-State: a European Perspective. In W. Ommundsen, M. Leach, & A. Vabdenberg (Eds.), Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalization (pp. 111-126)
    Nic Craith, Máiréad. / Citizenship, Culture and the Nation-State: a European Perspective. Cultural Citizenship and the Challenges of Globalization. editor / Wenche Ommundsen ; Michael Leach ; Andrew Vabdenberg. 2010. pp. 111-126
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