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(Un)thinking Citizenship
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Feminist Debates in Contemporary South Africa
Amanda Gouws
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(Un)thinking Citizenship

Feminist Debates in Contemporary South Africa
Amanda Gouws
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The study of citizenship in the context of South Africa implicitly challenges the rights-based democracy in South Africa, while literature regarding women and citizenship has greatly contributed to a new understanding of citizenship. Locally, many global processes are reproduced in the discourse of rights-claiming, issues of institutional representation, bodily integrity in the face of violence, and care in the face of a lack of care. This volume takes the debate of citizenship in South Africa in a more theoretical and empirical direction while engaging with knowledge produced elsewhere in the world. As part of the Gender in a Local/Global World series, it investigates the making of gendered citizenship, institutionalization of gender politics, the state of gendered policy making, local citizenship, rights, the women's movement, gendered violence, as well as citizenship and the body.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2017
ISBN
9781351963251
Topic
Social Sciences
Subtopic
Gender Studies
Edition
1

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