CITIZENSHIP BY DEGREE

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Citizenship By Degree

Author : Deondra Rose
ISBN : 9780190650940
Genre : Political Science
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Since the mid-twentieth century, the United States has seen a striking shift in the gender dynamics of higher educational attainment as women have come to earn college degrees at higher rates than men. Women have also made significant strides in terms of socioeconomic status and political engagement. What explains the progress that American women have made since the 1960s? While many point to the feminist movement as the critical turning point, this book makes the case that women's movement toward first class citizenship has been shaped not only by important societal changes, but also by the actions of lawmakers who used a combination of redistributive and regulatory higher education policies to enhance women's incorporation into their roles as American citizens. Examining the development and impact of the National Defense Education Act of 1958, the Higher Education Act of 1965, and Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, this book argues that higher education policies represent a crucial-though largely overlooked-factor shaping the progress that women have made. By significantly expanding women's access to college, they helped to pave the way for women to surpass men as the recipients of bachelor's degrees, while also empowering them to become more economically independent, socially integrated, politically engaged members of the American citizenry. In addition to helping to bring into greater focus our understanding of how Southern Democrats shaped U.S. social policy development during the mid-twentieth century, this analysis recognizes federal higher education policy as an indispensible component of the American welfare state.
Category: Political Science

Citizenship

Author : Bryan S. Turner
ISBN : 0415102456
Genre : Social Science
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SECTION 2: THE CLASSICS
Category: Social Science

Rights Of Third Country Nationals Under Eu Association Agreements

Author : Daniel Thym, LL.M.
ISBN : 9789004300064
Genre : Political Science
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Rights of Third-Country Nationals under EU Association Agreements identifies overarching themes and discusses the practical impact of the legal rules on the free movement of persons in association agreements between the EU and neighbouring countries, in particular Turkey.
Category: Political Science

U S Immigration And Citizenship Q A

Author : Debbie M. Schell
ISBN : 9781572483620
Genre : Law
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A question and answer format considers immigration and citizenship questions from the beginning of the process through naturalization, covering such topics as medical visas, employment-based petitions, and asylum requests.
Category: Law

Experiencing Puerto Rican Citizenship And Cultural Nationalism

Author : Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán
ISBN : 9781137455239
Genre : History
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Puerto Ricans experience their citizenship and cultural nationalism within the context of an unincorporated territory in which they have limited participation in the legal framework devised to govern them. Drawing from in-depth interviews with a group of Puerto Ricans who requested a certificate of Puerto Rican citizenship, legal and historical documents, and official reports not publicly accessible, Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán shares how some Puerto Ricans construct and experience their citizenship and national identity at the margins of the US nation. The narratives shared in this book help us understand how citizenship construction can assert cultural national identity within colonial relationships. Moreover, discussing Puerto Rican identity as a necessity calls into the spotlight a discussion of the identity of U.S. citizens. What does it mean for a U.S. citizen to be seen as the 'Other'?
Category: History

Global Business Citizenship

Author : Donna J. Wood
ISBN : 0765635569
Genre : Business & Economics
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This practical and engaging book provides a coherent approach to global business responsibility and ethics based on the latest research, theory, and practice. The authors incorporate numerous interesting and current real world examples to support the argument that corporations need to - and can - identify and implement processes that foster ethical conduct, ensure basic human rights, protect the natural environment, and enhance social justice wherever businesses operate around the globe. "Global Business Citizenship" combines elements of political theory, stakeholder relationships, business ethics, corporate social performance, accountability and measurement, and organizational change. Its practical approach encompasses "best practices" in stakeholder management, experiments in applying corporate values to local conditions, and social environmental auditing and reporting. Focusing on the strategic alignment and change management process for implementing business citizenship principles and practices, it is an essential supplement for any course concerned with ethics and social responsibility in today's global business climate.
Category: Business & Economics