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feminist battle for citizenship

Daphne Barak-Erez

feminist battle for citizenship

between combat duties and conscientious objection

by Daphne Barak-Erez

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Published by Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citizenship -- Israel.,
  • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Israel.,
  • Conscientious objection -- Israel.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCombat duties and conscientious objection
    StatementDaphne Barak-Erez.
    SeriesFeminism and law workshop series -- no.5, 2006-2007, Feminism and law workshop series -- WS 2006-2007, no. 5.
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Faculty of Law.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p. ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19248723M

    Black Feminist Thought women enjoy the same citizenship and nationality rights as men.1 In Saudi Arabia, women In her most influential book, The Second Sex (), de Beauvoir argued that women have been defined by men and that if they attempt to break with this, they. Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives | Ruth Lister (auth.), Jo Campling (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.

    3. Right-Wing 'Feminism': a Challenge to Feminism as an Emancipatory Movement / Birgit Rommelspacher. 4. 'It Works Both Ways': Belonging and Social Participation among Women with Disabilities / Judith Monks --pt. 2. Exclusionary Citizenships. 5. Female Education and Citizenship in Afghanistan: a Turbulent Relationship / Niloufar Pourzand. 6. The Scandal of the State: Women, Law, and Citizenship in Postcolonial India - Ebook written by Rajeswari Sunder Rajan. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Scandal of the State: Women, Law, and Citizenship in Postcolonial India.

    Citizenship: Towards a feminist synthesis Ruth Lister Abstract A synthesis of rights and participatory approaches to citizenship, linked through O the notion of human agency, is proposed as the basis for a feminist theory of citizen-ship. Such a theory has to address citizenship's exclusionary power in . Zubaan is an independent feminist publishing house based in New Delhi. We publish academic books, fiction, memoirs and popular nonfiction, as well as books for children and young adults under our Young Zubaan imprint, aiming always to be pioneering, cutting-edge, progressive and inclusive. Find out more.


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Review. “Lister’s Citizenship makes a valuable contribution to the discourse on gender and citizenship A very rich text that serves as a comprehensive introduction for anyone interested in these issues, while also providing nuanced arguments that will be of interest to scholars and policy makers.”. - : Ruth Lister.

Yet citizenship's relati In recent decades citizenship has attracted interdisciplinary attention, particularly with the transnational growth of Western capitalism.

Yet citizenship's relationship to gender has gone relatively unexplored--despite the globally pervasive denial of citizenship to women, historically and in many places, ongoing today.4/5(6). In Resisting Citizenship, renowned feminist political scientist Martha Ackelsberg argues that community activism may hold important clues to reviving democracy in this time of growing bureaucratization and inequality/5(2).

In Resisting Citizenship, renowned feminist political scientist Martha Ackelsberg argues that community activism may hold important clues to reviving democracy in this time of growing bureaucratization and by: 9. THE FEMINIST BATTLE FOR CITIZENSHIP: BETWEEN COMBAT DUTIES AND CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION DAPHNE BARAK-EREZ* I.

INTRODUCTION: CITIZENSHIP AND MILITARY SERVICE Military service has traditionally been considered one of the most distinctive signs of full citizenship, and the exclusion of women from military service has been.

The author provides an original reflection upon the key issues in political theory and advocates a unique feminist intervention into feminist battle for citizenship book sub-themes of citizenship, including liberty, rights, social equality, political identity, political representation and political judgement.

Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives - Ruth Lister, Jo Campling - Google Books. The second edition of this classic text substantially revises and extends the original, takes account of theoretical. The Feminist Battle for Citizenship: Between Combat Duties and Conscientious Objection Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender, Vol.

13, p. The relationship between feminism and citizenship is ambivalent, and feminist scholarship has developed different frameworks and competing visions of women's full and equal citizenship (Phillips; Lister a).

One of the central questions in feminist political theory has bee n that of analysing women' s exclusion fro m citizenship, this. The marked change in terms of feminism and citizenship came in and after with a slew of articles and books devoted to the topic, in large part coinciding with the end of the Cold War.

These feminist scholars sought to bridge the neglected connection between feminism and citizenship studies. Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives covers a wide range of issues.

The book starts by revisiting the mainstream debates on citizenship, which for me at the time was a welcome way of positioning critical feminist perspectives in the wider debates.

Beyond Equality and Difference book. Citizenship, Feminist Politics and Female Subjectivity Beyond Equality and Difference book. Citizenship, Feminist Politics and Female Subjectivity. Edited By Gisela Bock, Susan James. Edition 1st Edition.

First Published eBook Published 23 September Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. This chapter provides a review of the main themes and debates in the literature on green citizenship. It is framed by a question of depoliticization: whether the concept has become too blunted to address the challenges presented by neo-liberalism and the contemporary environmental problematique.

The discussion identifies important insights from radical democratic, feminist, and postcolonial. Gender Equality - edited by Linda C.

McClain July Feminist Antimilitarism/Feminist Egalitarian Militarism --The Soldier in the State --Martial Service and Military (Masculine) Citizenship: The Challenge --Legislating Equality: The Equal Rights Amendment, the Courts, and the All Volunteer Armed Forces --Women's Actions and Womanpause --Mothers and Others for Peace Meet Women Soldiers --Can.

Don't let the word "feminist" deter you—these books are required reading for anybody who believes in equality, freedom, and women's rights. Here, we rounded up the best feminist books. As one of the foremost feminist theorists on the intersection between citizenship and gender, Lister (, pp.

37, 41–42, ) borrows Oldfield’s definition of citizenship as both legal status with attendant “social and reproductive rights,” and practice as “an expression of human agency in the political arena” to argue convincingly that to be a citizen means to enjoy the rights of citizenship required for social and.

Abstract. Citizenship is a troubling proposition for feminism. Intensely luring in its expansive, inclusionary promise, yet inherently rejecting in its restrictive, exclusionary reality, it is an ambivalent object for those of us committed to radical projects of social transformation.

Feminism and Citizenship. challenges this silence, arguing for the need to collect the debates around citizenship and feminism. The author provides an original reflection upon the key issues in political theory and advocates a unique feminist intervention into the sub-themes of citizenship, including liberty, rights, social equality, political.

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In addition to the classical theories of citizenship there are some critical theories of citizenship, which are orientated around the issues of identity, difference and inclusion/exclusion. Despite having the same rights as other members of the community, there are many groups, such as ethnic minorities and women, who feel that citizenship does not take account of that difference and as such.

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