By Kenneth K. Wong
By Kenneth K. Wong
By Judith Poucher
The Johns Committee, a fabricated from the purple scare in Florida, grabbed headlines and destroyed lives. Its objective used to be to halt integration by means of destroying the NAACP in Florida and smearing integrationists. voters have been subpoenaed below fees of communist developments, and later for gay or subversive behavior.
By Tanya Maria Golash-Boza
By Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski
This ebook is the 1st monograph to systematically discover the connection among citizenship and collective id within the ecu Union, integrating fields of analysis – citizenship and collective identity.
Karolewski argues that numerous kinds of citizenship correlate with differing collective identities and demonstrates the hyperlink among citizenship and collective id. He constructs 3 universal versions of citizenship together with the republican, the liberal and the caesarean citizenship to which he ascribes forms of collective identification. utilizing a multidisciplinary method, the ebook integrates innovations, theories and empirical findings from sociology (in the sphere of citizenship research), social psychology (in the sphere of collective identity), criminal experiences (in the bankruptcy at the eu constitution of basic Rights), defense stories (in the bankruptcy at the politics of lack of confidence) and philosophy (in the bankruptcy on pathologies of deliberation) to ascertain the present tendencies of ecu citizenship and ecu id politics.
This ebook may be of curiosity to scholars and students of ecu politics, political concept, political philosophy, sociology and social psychology.
By Elizabeth Gritter
One of the most important southern towns and a hub for the cotton undefined, Memphis, Tennessee, was once on the leading edge of black political empowerment throughout the Jim Crow period. in comparison to different towns within the South, Memphis had an surprisingly huge variety of African American citizens. Black Memphians sought reform on the poll field, shaped golf equipment, ran for place of work, and engaged in voter registration and schooling actions from the tip of the Civil warfare in the course of the Brown v. Board of Education determination of 1954.
In this groundbreaking publication, Elizabeth Gritter examines how and why black Memphians mobilized politically within the interval among Reconstruction and the start of the civil rights stream. Gritter illuminates, specifically, the efforts and impression of Robert R. Church Jr., an prosperous Republican and founding father of the Lincoln League, and the infamous Memphis political boss Edward H. Crump. utilizing those males as lenses during which to view African American political engagement, this quantity explores how black citizens and their leaders either labored with and adversarial the white political desktop on the poll box.
River of Hope demanding situations persisting notions of a "Solid South" of white Democratic keep watch over by means of arguing that the small yet major variety of black southerners who retained the ideal to vote had extra effect than students have heretofore assumed. Gritter's nuanced research provides a desirable view of the complicated nature of political strength through the Jim Crow period and gives clean perception into the efforts of the people who laid the basis for civil rights victories within the Nineteen Fifties and '60s.
By Daniel M. Butler
By Sasha Costanza-Chock,Manuel Castells
By Hilary Klein
From the exchange Paperback edition.
By Abhijit Dasgupta,Masahiko Togawa,Abul Barkat
The political vicissitudes in India and Bangladesh have stirred up questions on the subject of citizenship, nationality, and id. during this quantity, lecturers from India, Bangladesh, and Japan learn the formation of minority id on the time of partition of India in 1947 and in next many years. The articles emphasize the crises and coping techniques, migration, and kingdom- and local-level politics affecting minorities.
By using information from various assets like box paintings, archival study, and secondary resources, this quantity explores deprivation and diversified dimensions of minority existence from political, fiscal, civil society, gender, and literary perspectives.
By Paul Passavant
Conventional criminal and political scholarship areas liberalism, which promotes and defends person felony rights, in direct competition to communitarianism, which makes a speciality of the larger stable of the social staff. in line with this mode of idea, liberals price felony rights for exactly the comparable cause that communitarians search to restrict their scope: they privilege the person over the group. even though, may it's that liberalism isn't antithetical to social workforce identities like nationalism as is regularly understood? Is it attainable that those that assert liberal rights could even increase elements of nationalism?
No Escape argues that this can be precisely the case, starting with the statement that, paradoxical because it may appear, liberalism and nationalism have traditionally coincided within the usa. No Escape proves that liberal executive and nationalism can at the same time strengthen one another, taking as its instance a preeminent and likely common liberal felony correct, freedom of speech, and illustrating the way it can functionality in a manner that truly reproduces nationally specific stipulations of power.
No Escape boldly re-evaluates the connection among liberal rights and the group at a time while the decision has long gone out for the kingdom to safeguard the liberty to reside our lifestyle. Passavant demanding situations us to think again conventional modes of notion, offering a clean viewpoint on likely intransigent political and criminal debates.