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Computers and Society - Page xv
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Economic Reforms in New Democracies: A Social-Democratic Approach

Luiz Carlos Bresser Pereira, Pereira, José María Maravall, Adam Przeworski - Political Science - 1993 - 227 pages
...political rights. Demands for the satisfaction of "social citizenship" - in TH Marshall's (1964: 76) words, "a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a Community" - require that security and opportunity be shared by all. Social policies respond to these demands...
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Citizenship: Critical Concepts, Volume 2

Bryan S. Turner, Peter Hamilton - Citizenship - 1994 - 482 pages
...Such, I think, is the sociological hypothesis latent in Marshall's essay. It postulates that there is a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a community — or, as I should say, of citizenship — which is not inconsistent with the inequalities which distinguish...
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Sustainable Democracy

Adam Przeworski, Pranab K. Bardhan, Group on East-South Systems Transformations - Political Science - 1995 - 141 pages
...political rights. Demands for the satisfaction of "social citizenship" - in TH Marshall's (1964: 76) words, "a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a Community" - require that security and opportunity be shared by all. Social policies respond to these demands...
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Ethnicity and Democratisation in the New Europe

Karl Cordell - Political Science - 1999 - 224 pages
...foundation blocks of democracy. Equality, ethnicity and citizenship [Citizenship] postulates that there is a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a community. . .which is not inconsistent with the inequalities which distinguish the various economic levels in...
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Citizenship and Identity

Engin F Isin, Patricia K Wood - Social Science - 1999 - 189 pages
...relationship between the equality of citizenship and the inequality of class: It postulates that there is a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a community — or, as I should say, of citizenship — which is not inconsistent with the inequalities which distinguish...
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The Legal Elements of European Identity: EU Citizenship and Migration Law

Elspeth Guild - Law - 2004 - 265 pages
...the force of his way of imagining citizenship remains seminal.10 Citizenship according to Marshall is "a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a community, or, as I should say, of citizenship . . ."n Marshall, Civil Rights and Citizenship of the Union Marshall...
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The Creation of American Common Law, 1850–1880: Technology, Politics, and ...

Howard Schweber - Political Science - 2004
...repeating two quotations from the first chapter. The first is TH Marshall's definition of citizenship: "a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership in a community . . . which is not inconsistent with the inequalities which distinguish the various...
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Childhood: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Volume 3

Chris Jenks - Children - 2005 - 1156 pages
...argued that what had occurred amounted to the extension of citizenship to the child. Citizenship denoted 'a kind of basic human equality associated with the concept of full membership of a community'; the developments in techniques and conceptions of government since the eighteenth century showed its...
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Free at Last?: Black America in the Twenty-First Century

Juan Jose Battle, Michael Bennett, Anthony J. Lemelle, Jr. - Social Science - 294 pages
...citizenship rights and the historical development of these rights since the seventeenth century. Defining citizenship as "a kind of basic human equality associated...with the concept of full membership of a community," he develops a theory of citizenship based upon civil, political, and social rights: The civil element...
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