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Citizens By Degree

Author : Deondra Rose
ISBN : 9780190650971
Genre : Social Science
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Since the mid-twentieth century, the United States has seen a striking shift in the gender dynamics of higher educational attainment as women have come to earn college degrees at higher rates than men. Women have also made significant strides in terms of socioeconomic status and political engagement. What explains the progress that American women have made since the 1960s? While many point to the feminist movement as the critical turning point, this book makes the case that women's movement toward first class citizenship has been shaped not only by important societal changes, but also by the actions of lawmakers who used a combination of redistributive and regulatory higher education policies to enhance women's incorporation into their roles as American citizens. Examining the development and impact of the National Defense Education Act of 1958, the Higher Education Act of 1965, and Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, this book argues that higher education policies represent a crucial-though largely overlooked-factor shaping the progress that women have made. By significantly expanding women's access to college, they helped to pave the way for women to surpass men as the recipients of bachelor's degrees, while also empowering them to become more economically independent, socially integrated, politically engaged members of the American citizenry. In addition to helping to bring into greater focus our understanding of how Southern Democrats shaped U.S. social policy development during the mid-twentieth century, this analysis recognizes federal higher education policy as an indispensible component of the American welfare state.
Category: Social Science

Citizenship By Degree

Author : Deondra Rose
ISBN : 0190867302
Genre : Education, Higher
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What explains the progress that American women have made since the 1960s? While many point to the feminist movement, this work argues that higher education policies paved the way for women to surpass men as the recipients of bachelor's degrees and helped them move toward full, first-class citizenship.
Category: Education, Higher

U S Immigration And Citizenship Q A

Author : Debbie M. Schell
ISBN : 9781572483620
Genre : Law
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A question and answer format considers immigration and citizenship questions from the beginning of the process through naturalization, covering such topics as medical visas, employment-based petitions, and asylum requests.
Category: Law

Citizenship

Author : Bryan S. Turner
ISBN : 0415102456
Genre : Social Science
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SECTION 2: THE CLASSICS
Category: Social Science

Citizenship And Participation In The Information Age

Author : Manjunath Pendakur
ISBN : 9781551930350
Genre : Political Science
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This book reflects each contributor's vision of the future, visions that range from the enthusiastic and hopeful to the pessimistic and fearful.
Category: Political Science

Learning To Teach Citizenship In The Secondary School

Author : Liam Gearon
ISBN : 9780415276740
Genre : Education
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Citizenship is a wide-ranging subject that can be taught in its own right, or through other curriculum subjects and activities. This book is intended for students training to teach Citizenship as a first or second subject, and will also be immensely helpful to experienced teachers who have opted to take responsibility for this exciting subject. Written in a clear and practical way, yet underpinned by a sound theoretical background, the book covers key themes in Citizenship education, including: Citizenship in the National Curriculum Citizenship and pastoral care special educational needs developing schemes of work ways of teaching and learning assessment, monitoring and recording resources and useful contacts professional development. With key objectives and tasks for each chapter, this book will help teachers to improve their understanding of Citizenship education and to help their pupils understand their roles as citizens. It may be read in conjunction with the companion core textbook, Learning to Teach in the Secondary School, 3rd edition.
Category: Education

Revoking Citizenship

Author : Ben Herzog
ISBN : 9780814760383
Genre : Law
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"In 'Revoking Citizenship', Ben Herzog reveals America's long history of stripping citizenship away from both naturalized immigrants and native-born citizens. Tracing this history from the nation's beginnings through the War on Terror, Herzog locates the sociological, political, legal, and historic meanings of revoking citizenship. Why, when, and with what justification do states take away citizenship from their subjects? Using the history and policies of revoking citizenship as a lens, the book examines, describes, and analyzes the complex relationships between citizenship, immigration, and national identity." --
Category: Law

Education For Social Citizenship

Author : W.O. Lee
ISBN : 9622097286
Genre : Education
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This volume, emerging from a cross-national study of teachers' perception of good citizenship, addresses two fundamental questions: What do teachers see as important in citizenship education? How do these perceptions facilitate or hinder the preparation of good citizens? While providing rich and useful data on the latest developments of citizenship education in various contexts, this book also offers an all-round review of concepts and arguments on the subject, as well as insightful comparative analyses of the findings emerged from the case studies. One encouraging conclusion drawn from these studies is that teachers across nations share similar goals and objectives that seem to have transcended cultural and political boundaries.
Category: Education