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Changing local governance, changing citizens, edited by Catherine Durose, Stephen Greasley and Liz Richardson

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Changing local governance, changing citizens
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Changing local governance, changing citizens
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edited by Catherine Durose, Stephen Greasley and Liz Richardson
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Language
eng
Summary
This work explains what debates about local governance mean for local people. The book explores governance and citizenship in relation to multiculturalism, economic migration, housing markets, neighbourhoods, and e-democracy in order to establish a contemporary view of the ways that citizens are constituted at the local level
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E7B
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Changing local governance, changing citizens, edited by Catherine Durose, Stephen Greasley and Liz Richardson
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Changing local governance, changing citizens, edited by Catherine Durose, Stephen Greasley and Liz Richardson
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt9qgqwr
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Cover -- Changing local governance, changing citizens -- Contents -- List of boxes and tables -- Acronyms -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1. Changing local governance, changing citizens: introduction -- Introduction -- Changing language, changing practice? -- The practice of citizenship -- Changing local governance -- The missing citizen -- Renegotiating citizenship? -- The structure and key arguments of this book -- 2. Citizen governance: where it came from, where it8217;s going -- Introduction -- The origins of the reform agenda -- Citizen participation since the 1970s -- New public management and citizen voice -- Labour in power since 1997 -- The contribution of citizen governance to democracy -- Conclusion -- 3. 8216;Neighbourhood8217;: a site for policy action, governance 8230; and empowerment? -- Introduction -- What is neighbourhood-based working? -- Typologising 8216;neighbourhood8217; under New Labour -- Shifting rationales for neighbourhood policy under New Labour -- Does neighbourhood working empower citizens? -- Does the lack of a 8216;civic8217; rationale matter? -- A 8216;civic8217; rationale for neighbourhood working is critical -- Conclusion -- 4. Urban housing market restructuring and the recasting of neighbourhood governance and community -- Introduction -- Housing Market Renewal in Manchester: the strategic rationales -- Urban housing market restructuring versus community aspirations -- Conclusion -- 5. Citizen aspirations: women, ethnicity and housing -- Introduction -- Understanding what people want -- Minority ethnic needs as different from the 8216;mainstream8217; -- Housing aspirations of the 8216;new generation8217; -- Aspirations and ethnically mixed neighbourhoods -- Helping citizens achieve their aspirations -- How local governance can help create the 8216;right8217; mix -- Conclusion -- 6. Can we promote cohesion through contact? Intergroup contact and the development of community cohesion -- Introduction -- The concept of community cohesion -- Contact: a theoretical overview -- Contact and community cohesion -- Conclusion -- 7. New migrants, citizenship and local governance: 8216;Poles8217; apart? -- Introduction -- Globalisation, citizenship and local governance -- New migrants as locally engaged, cosmopolitan citizens? -- Policy and new migrants -- Research and methods -- Challenges to the inclusion of new migrants -- Community cohesion and the social inclusion of new migrants -- Local governance and place shaping -- Conclusion -- 8. Citizens of faith in governance: opportunities, rationales and challenges -- Introduction -- New opportunities for faith participation -- Implications of faith engagement for local governance -- Conclusion -- 9. Citizens8217; reflections on behaviour change policies -- Introduction -- The governance of public behaviour -- Behaviour change in practice -- Governance change and behaviour change -- Conclusion -- 10. Every child8217;s voice matters? -- Introduction -- Children8217;s services reform and children8217;s participation -- Analysing the framework for reform -- Children8217;s participation: local policy and practice -- Conclusion -- 11. e-citizenship: reconstructing the public online -- Introduction -- Three dimens
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1 online resource (xxii, 231 pages)
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