‘Social in Citizenship, as a concept and a theoretical stance, demonstrates an evolution in our current understanding of citizenship. This book evolves knowledge... A shift in our understanding of citizenship is relevant at this time in history because the very essence of what it means to be a citizen in a democratic place has become entangled in confusion... "social in citizenship" reinforces our absolute interdependency and our core oneness as a humanity. ’ (Kyle Y. Whitefield; Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, vol 36:02:12010
About the Author
Engin F. Isin
is a professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies and Director of the Centre for Citizenship, Identities, and Governance at the Open University.