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by John Hoffman
Author: John Hoffman
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1 edition (May 25, 2004)
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Is 'citizenship' still a useful concept? Can citizens - and democracy - exist independently of the state? .
John Hoffman's Beyond the State is an important book. John Hoffman's book makes a most valuable contribution to the debate
John Hoffman's Beyond the State is an important book. The modern state is undergoing extremely complex changes and has predictably been a subject of agonised philosophical debate. John Hoffman's book makes a most valuable contribution to the debate.
Автор: Hoffman J Название: Citizenship Beyond the State Издательство: Sage Publications .
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John Hoffman has taught in the Department of Politics, University of Leicester since 1970. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Political Theory, having retired at the end of September 2005. He has written widely on Marxism, feminism and Political Theory, with his most recent book being Citizenship beyond the State, published by Sage in 2004. He is currently working on John Gray and the problem of utopia. Paul Graham is Senior Lecturer in Politics and Director of Programmes at Buckingham University.
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This text provides an accessible guide to the theories and debates that surround the key political concepts of state, citizenship, and democracy today.
John Hoffman reviews the modern development of these concepts from the classic texts of Marx and Weber to the post-war critiques of the feminist, multicultural and critical theorists and considers the on-going barriers to a full realisation of a democratic citizenship.
By carefully considering what the state is and what it does, Hoffman shows that it is possible to respond to these critiques and challenges and ′reclaim′ citizenship and democracy as inclusive and emancipatory, rather than divisive and controlling.
In advancing this alternative view of a ′stateless′ citizenship, Hoffman opens up new possibilities for conceiving power and society in contemporary politics today. It will be essential reading for all students of politics and sociology for whom the questions of state, nationality, power and identity remain of central importance.