Contours of Citizenship: Women, Diversity and Practices of

In an more and more globalized global of collapsing financial borders and increasing formal political and criminal equality rights, lively citizenship has the capability to extend in addition to deepen. whilst, with the increase of neo-liberalism, welfare country retrenchment, decline of kingdom employment, re-privatization and the emerging hole among wealthy and negative, the commercial, social and political citizenship rights of sure different types of individuals are more and more curtailed.

This ebook examines the complexity of citizenship in ancient and modern contexts. It attracts on empirical learn from a number of nations, contexts and ways in addressing girls and citizenship in a global/local global and covers a range of various matters, either current and previous, to incorporate immigration, ethnicity, type, nationality, political and fiscal participation, associations and the non-public and public spheres. This wealthy assortment informs our figuring out of the pitfalls and probabilities for girls within the endurance and adjustments in the contours of citizenship.

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And Squires J. (2007), ‘Contesting Citizenship: Comparative Analyses’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 10, 403-16. Stasiulis, D. and Bakan, A. (2000), ‘Negotiating Citizenship: The Case of Foreign Domestic Workers in Canada’, in Willis and Yeoh (eds). Stasiulis, D. and Bakan, A. (2005), Negotiating Citizenship: Migrant Women in Canada and the Global System (Toronto: University of Toronto Press). Tastsoglou, E. and Dobrowolsky, A. (eds) (2006), Women, Migration and Citizenship: Making Local, National and Transnational Connections (Aldershot: Ashgate).

An Introduction’, Industrial Relations 60: 4, 617-30. C. and Tastsoglou, E. (2007), Security and Immigration, Changes and Challenges: Immigrant and Ethnic Communities in Atlantic Canada, Presumed Guilty? (Ottawa: Status of Women Canada (Policy Research Fund) and Department of Canadian Heritage) (in English and French). Denis, A. (2006), ‘Developing a Feminist Analysis of Citizenship of Caribbean Immigrant Women in Canada: Key Dimensions and Conceptual Challenges’, in Tastsoglou and Dobrowolsky (eds).

The restriction on migration for women below 30 years of age was in effect for about two years, 1954–1955.  Both the explicit and the implicit concerns of the Greek side are gendered and sexualized. ” Furthermore, for young Greek men not finding Greek women to marry in Canada it was acceptable to marry into non-Orthodox families, but for young Greek women running into the same problem it was unacceptable to marry into non-Orthodox families. In this case, there is an underlying assumption that Greek women marrying outside the group were “lost” forever for the Greek nation, while this was not the case for men who, in a male-dominated society, were expected to bring their wives into the ethnic group.

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