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Fully human : personhood, citizenship, and rights

Author: Lindsey Kingston
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Lindsey N. Kingston critically considers how inequalities related to citizenship and recognition impact one's ability to claim fundamental human rights. As a remedy, she proposes the ideal of ""functioning citizenship, "" which requires an active and mutually-beneficial relationship between the state and the individual and necessitates the opening of political space for those who cannot be neatly categorized.  Read more...
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Kingston, Lindsey.
Fully human.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2018057506
(OCoLC)1061042197
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lindsey Kingston
ISBN: 9780190918293 0190918292 9780190918279 0190918276
OCLC Number: 1089201528
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface --
Constructing political membership and worthiness --
Introduction --
The changing value and meaning of citizenship --
Newcomers and noncitizens --
Statelessness and elusive political membership --
Forced displacement and broken ties --
Irregular human movement and the creation of liminal spaces --
Marginalized nations and minorities --
Nomadic peoples and alternate conceptions of space --
Indigenous nations and tribal sovereignty --
Second-class citizens in the "land of the free" --
Creating inclusive forms of membership --
Conveying the problem(s) and representing personhood --
Actualizing the ideal of functioning citizenship.
Responsibility: Lindsey N. Kingston.

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Lindsey N. Kingston critically considers how inequalities related to citizenship and recognition impact one's ability to claim fundamental human rights. As a remedy, she proposes the ideal of ""functioning citizenship, "" which requires an active and mutually-beneficial relationship between the state and the individual and necessitates the opening of political space for those who cannot be neatly categorized. Ultimately, Fully Human contends that we uncover limitations built into our current international system--but also begin to envision a path toward the realization of human rights norms fou.

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Fully Human will be a key reference for anyone interested in the politics of citizenship or human rights. Kingston's conceptions of right to place and purpose, and her argument about hierarchies, Read more...

 
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