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Evolving citizenship : "the right to protest and the right to dance"

By John Hartley

Abstract

Citizenship is a term of association among strangers. Access to it involves contested identities and symbolic meanings, differing power relations and strategies of inclusion, exclusion and action, and unequal room for maneuver or productivity in the uses of citizenship for any given group or individual.\ud In the context of "rethinking communication," strenuous action is neede to associate such different life chances in a common enterprise at a national level or, more modestly, simply to claim equivalence for all such groups under the rule of one law

Topics: 200100 COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES, 200200 CULTURAL STUDIES, citizenship, keyword, consumer productivity, media citizenship, communication
Publisher: Hampton Press/ International Communication Association
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:39426
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