By Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski
This ebook is the 1st monograph to systematically discover the connection among citizenship and collective identification within the eu Union, integrating fields of analysis – citizenship and collective identification. Karolewski argues that numerous forms of citizenship correlate with differing collective identities and demonstrates the hyperlink among citizenship and collective identification. He constructs 3 favourite types of citizenship together with the republican, the liberal and the caesarean citizenship to which he ascribes forms of collective id. utilizing a multidisciplinary technique, the e-book integrates strategies, theories and empirical findings from sociology (in the sector of citizenship research), social psychology (in the sphere of collective identity), felony stories (in the bankruptcy at the ecu constitution of basic Rights), safeguard reviews (in the bankruptcy at the politics of lack of confidence) and philosophy (in the bankruptcy on pathologies of deliberation) to ascertain the present developments of ecu citizenship and ecu identification politics. This ebook can be of curiosity to scholars and students of ecu politics, political thought, political philosophy, sociology and social psychology.
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20 Apart from the transborder mobility as a booster for transnationalism, recent technological inventions such as the Internet are also regarded as crucial for the development of alternative notions of citizenship transcending the nation-states. In this context, civil society is believed to play an important role by organizing itself at a transnational level. 24 In this vein, some authors argue that the globalization of the economy and human affairs has made individuals ontologically insecure and existentially uncertain.
73 However, the exclusionary nature of cultural prerequisites for citizenship becomes evident not only in societies confronted with migration, but also in established multicultural societies. 74 Departing from the principle of equal dignity of citizens, he argues that in a political community every citizen’s cultural identity is entitled to the same respect, since there should be no second-class citizens in a democratic, multicultural society. However, this means that cultural identities, as crucial for individual dignity, might be non-negotiable.
78 However, this possession-oriented citizenship was eventually alleviated, as there was a growing resistance in the population against it. Although a complete liberalization of citizenship ensued only as an aftermath of the breakdown of the Soviet empire, we could assume a normative pressure between the citizenship components even under circumstances of totalitarian regimes. In a similar vein, even though from a different angle, James Burk argues in favour of symmetry between civic duties and the necessity of the state to legitimize wars for their citizens.