3 edition of A European Social Citizenship? found in the catalog.
A European Social Citizenship?
December 3, 2004 by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lars Magnusson (Editor), Bo Strath (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
English. This article argues that modern citizenship is a highly fruitful concept for social work. Citizenship-based social work is defined as a field of action, knowledge and research, aiming at integration of all citizens and supporting and encouraging self responsibility, social responsibility and the implementation of social by:
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'Dr van Ewijk's book can be credited with contextualising social policy and social work in a European dimension, linking theory with useful suggestions for the practice of social work. 'In this book Hans van Ewijk coins a stimulating approach to social by: The aim of this book is to explore and reflect upon preconditions of a specific European social dimension, or more specifically of a European social citizenship.
European Citizenship and Social Integration in the European Union (Routledge Advances in Sociology Book ) - Kindle edition by Gerhards, Jürgen, Lengfeld, Holger. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or cturer: Routledge.
This edited collection contributes to studies of intra-EU migration and mobility, welfare and European social citizenship by focusing on transnational labour movements from new to the old EU member states (Hungary-Austria, Bulgaria-Germany, Poland-UK and Estonia-Sweden).
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Edited By Maurice Roche, Rik Van Berkel. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 17 December Pub. location by: Youth, Citizenship and Social Change in a European Context. DOI link A European Social Citizenship? book Youth, Citizenship and Social Change in a European Context.
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This chapter analyses the social rights of EU migrant citizens. It situates EU citizenship and social rights in relation to the concept of social citizenship and provides an overview of the historical development of the legal framework that underpins EU citizenship and associated social rights.
These developments are subsequently contextualized taking into account the development of intra. This chapter draws on a recent study of the social construction of social citizenship in eight European Union countries, considering both the historical evolution of social rights and the prevailing discourse of key policy actors.
It observes that underlying their dramatically different historical trajectories, the countries had had some key transitions in common: an early consensus favouring.
This timely book casts new light on the key issues arising from the contentious debate around the future of the European Social Model. The book brings together leading experts to provide a thorough and well-informed response to the recent developments in European social and labour law and policy, in the light of institutional changes.
This edited collection contributes to studies of intra-EU migration and mobility, welfare, and European social citizenship by focusing on transnational labour movements from new to the old EU member states (Hungary–Austria, Bulgaria–Germany, Poland–UK and Estonia–Sweden).Pages: Boundaries of European Social Citizenship: EU Citizens’ Transnational Social Security in Regulations, Discourses and Experiences (Routledge Advances in Sociology #1) View larger image By: Anna Amelina and Emma Carmel and Ann Runfors and Elisabeth Scheibelhofer.
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British Journal of Industrial Cited by: Book Description. European Social Policy and Social Work explores shifts in international social policies and how they affect national trends and thus the context for social work practice. The book discusses international and national social work strategies and practice and investigates the responsibilities for social welfare held by the state, the market and civil society.
The European Union’s Crisis and its Impact on the Social Integration of Europe 2. System Integration and Social Integration in Europe: The Theoretical Framework 3. Europe of Market Citizens 4.
Political Citizenship 5. Social Citizenship 6. The notable achievement of this book, a rare event in most social science of the EC, is that it clearly establishes the state of scholarly debate about citizenship, in order to set both future research agendas and a starting point for the academic analysis of citizenship in the new era of the European by: The obvious problem for European social citizenship in a very diverse Union is that Member States will not be able or willing to bear the cost of establishing equal rights to health care and.
Summary. This edited collection contributes to studies of intra-EU migration and mobility, welfare, and European social citizenship by focusing on transnational labour movements from new to the old EU member states (Hungary–Austria, Bulgaria–Germany, Poland–UK and Estonia–Sweden).
As the European Union faces the ongoing challenges of legitimacy, identity, and social cohesion, an understanding of the social purpose and direction of EU citizenship becomes increasingly vital. This book is the first of its kind to map the development of EU citizenship and its relation to various localities of EU by: European Citizenship and Social Integration in the European Union.
DOI link for European Citizenship and Social Integration in the European Union. European Citizenship and Social Integration in the European Union bookCited by: European citizenship and social exclusion. This volume is the project of a European network on Social Exclusion and the Development of European Citizenship (SEDEC).
It is concerned with the contemporary dynamics and debates around Europe on "social exclusion" and "citizenship", looking at economic, welfare and cultural aspects. European Citizenship and Social Integration in the European Union | Sincethe European Union has been affected by one of the most severe crises in the history of Europe.
This book builds on the work of J rgen Habermas to answer the key question: is Europe strong enough to. Social citizenship, which is a special type of citizenship and represents an advanced stage of citizenship rights, includes a range of rights lying from economical wellbeing and security to.
This open access book covers debates about European citizenship. Presents a wide range of views by legal scholars, political scientists, and political practitioners. Organizes debates as conversations whereby authors respond to each other. The concept of citizenship is based on the notion of.
inclusion and exclusion, and social rights are often not formally tied to legal. citizenship, but to residence, prior contributions or a lack of : Martin Seeleib-Kaiser. “Peace’s path-breaking book is the first cross-national study of Muslim activism within European social movements.
The book is flawlessly organized and enjoyably detailed. ‘European Social Movements and Muslim by: 4. In the s, the Maastricht Treaty introduced the right to free movement for EU citizens. In practice, however, there are substantial barriers to making use of this right, particularly to integration and to accessing the social and welfare rights available.
Active citizenship is central to the role of the European Economic and Social Committee. In this book, 24 EESC members talk about their personal contribution, as business people and trade unionists, campaigners and volunteers, revealing a vast and fascinating range of diﬀ erent interests and priorities.
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[Bill Jordan; Robert Schuman Centre.]. This book analyzes in what way activation policies impact on given patterns of social citizenship that predominate in national contexts. It argues that the liberal paradigm of activation introduced into labour market policies in all Western European states challenges the specific patterns of social citizenship.
Marshall 's Social Citizenship is a political concept first highlighted in his essay, “Citizenship and the Social Class” in Marshall's concept defines the social responsibilities the state has to its citizens or, as Marshall puts it, “from [granting] the right to a modicum of economic welfare and security to the right to share.
European Citizenship and Social Exclusion. An Introduction - Maurice Roche. And Rik van Berkel. Restructuring Citizenship in the European Union. Citizenship and Exclusion: Reconstructing the European Union - Maurice. Citizenship and Social Inclusion in the European Union - Elizabeth. The Development of European Union Citizenship.
Aristotle in his book ‘Politics’, said that man is a social animal and for the development of his personality he needs to participate in affairs of the polis.
By this he hinted at the need for a citizenship of man and various discourses have been made since on the concept of citizenship.
The Greeks saw citizenship as the enjoyment of the right. 11 Harris, Jose, “ Citizenship in Britain and Europe”; Harris, “Political Thought and the Welfare State – An Intellectual Framework for British Social Policy,” Past and Present (), –41, at 23 n.
20; Harris, “Political Thought and the Author: Julia Moses. Book description: As the European Union faces the ongoing challenges of legitimacy, identity, and social cohesion, an understanding of the social purpose and direction of EU citizenship becomes increasingly vital.
This book is the first of its kind to map the development of EU citizenship and its relation to Pages: This edited collection is a comprehensive, up-to-date account of the social policies of European welfare states towards refugees and asylum seekers. It also examines the contested boundaries between refugees and asylum seekers and citizenship within European nation states and the European Union.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The European Union's crisis and its impact on the social integration of europe --System integration and social integration in europe: the theoretical framework --Europe of market citizens --Political citizenship --Social citizenship --The future of the European Union.
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Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization By Rinku Sen, Fekkak Mamdouh (With).Social Europe Volume Two This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily accessible ebook and paperback formats.
The collection is newly edited with a thematic focus on the rise of populism and also includes in text-form previously unpublished material from Social Europe.Citizenship-based social work is defined as a field of action, knowledge and research, aiming at integration of all citizens and supporting and encouraging self responsibility, social Author: Hans Van Ewijk.