By Dr Antonella Invernizzi, Jane Williams
Providing a severe and modern method of the crucial debates surrounding kid's citizenship, the authors make specific the connections among theoretical ways, felony tools, coverage implementation, the reviews of kids themselves, and the perform of execs who paintings with them. Unpacking kid's citizenship / Ruth Lister -- schooling for citizenship : teenagers as electorate and political literacy / Andrew Lockyer -- Citizenship from less than : kid's rights and social hobbies / Manfred Liebel -- From chattels to electorate? 80 years of Eglantyne Jebb's legacy to young ones and past / Brian Milne -- kids as rights holders : knowledge and scepticism / Jane Fortin -- young ones as 'citizens' of the United international locations (UN) / Judith Ennew -- Care and keep an eye on within the building of kid's citizenship / Allison James, Penny Curtis and Joanna Birch -- adolescence, citizenship and the matter of dependence / Gill Jones -- whilst does citizenship start? Economics and early youth / Priscilla Alderson -- Dilemmas in kid's participation in England / Virginia Morrow -- daily lives of operating young ones and notions of citizenship / Antonella Invernizzi -- Will legislations take into consideration young ones? Reflections on adolescence issues / Christine Piper -- The relevance of ecu Union citizenship to teenagers / Helen Stalford -- Devolution and the language of kid's rights within the united kingdom / Samantha Clutton -- Institutional help for the UNCRC's 'Citizen baby' / Jane Williams and Rhian Croke
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Annette (eds) Education for Democratic Citizenship: Issues of Theory and Practice, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 120–38. Macedo, S. (2000) Diversity and Distrust: Civic Education in a Multicultural Society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. H. (1950) Citizenship and Social Class and Other Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. M. (1989) Justice, Gender and the Family. New York: Basic Books. Parry, G. (2003) ‘Citizenship education: reproductive and remedial’, in A. Lockyer, B. Crick and J.
More recently, Jones and Bell claim that ‘citizenship is meaningless without economic independence’ (2000: 60). Children in industrialized societies lack such independence, except for whatever part-time wages they may earn. As noted earlier, any social security rights for children are by proxy. A key feminist policy argument has been that women’s right to social security should be individualized and not mediated through their partner. This is a more difficult argument to apply to children who, so long as they are required to attend school and do not have the potential to earn a wage to support themselves, are necessarily dependent economically upon parents or other adults who are responsible for their protection (see also Jones in this volume).
Qxd 30/8/07 7:40 PM 14 Page 14 Ruth Lister feminists have exposed the male template underpinning traditional meanings of citizenship (see Lister, 2003a), so can we argue that it is an adult template, which measures children against an adult norm and which ignores the particularities of children’s relationship to citizenship. The difference is that, in modern times, citizenship’s universalism is supposed to cover women, in theory at least, whereas mainstream accounts of citizenship do not typically make any claims to include children.
Children and Citizenship by Dr Antonella Invernizzi, Jane Williams