One Step Nearer Genuine Citizenship: Reflections on the Commission of Social Justice Report

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 2

One Step Nearer Genuine Citizenship: Reflections on the Commission of Social Justice Report
Ruth Lister, pages -

Abstract

Citizenship should still be based on rights and duties, argues Ruth Lister. But the nature of these rights and duties should reflect the massive changes that have taken place since the postwar settlement, especially the changes in women’s lives and the pervasive lack of security in employment.

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Ruth Lister (1996) One Step Nearer Genuine Citizenship: Reflections on the Commission of Social Justice Report, Soundings, 1996(2), -

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