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  Neo-liberal Citizenship
Title: Neo-liberal Citizenship
Author: Hindess, Barry
Appeared in: Citizenship studies
Paging: Volume 6 (2002) nr. 2 pages 127-143
Year: 2002-07-01
Contents: The government of populations within states and the government of states themselves within the international arena are intimately connected. Thus, in order to understand the character of citizenship in the modern world, it is necessary to locate it as part of a supra-national governmental regime in which the system of states, international agencies and multinational corporations play a fundamental role. A brief history of the modern system of states is followed first by an account of liberalism as a project of government emerging within that system, and secondly by an examination of how twentieth-century changes in the system of states have impacted on that liberal project. Where the liberal government of non-Western populations was once predicated on a denial of citizenship it is now channelled through the promotion of citizenship in states that are themselves increasingly subject to the rigours of the market.
Publisher: Routledge
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften

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