Moral values, gender, and the market: the contrasting ethics and traditions of public service and collectivism

Shaw, Jennifer (1996) Moral values, gender, and the market: the contrasting ethics and traditions of public service and collectivism. In: Kaldor, Mary, Einhorn, Barbara, Kavan, Zdenek and Monnet, Jean (eds.) Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe. Edward Elgar, London, 197 - 213. ISBN 9781858980690

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Abstract

In Citizenship and Democratic Control in Contemporary Europe a distinguished group of scholars argues that a democratically reconstructed Europe requires a new approach centred around a concept of citizenship which is neither individualistic nor ethnically based but is concerned with the empowerment of individuals. The authors propose the development of a well-structured and pluralistic civic society which encourages active citizenship and a definition of democratic citizenship which can be expressed through self-organized social activity.

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Schools and Departments: School of Law, Politics and Sociology > Sociology
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URI: http://srodev.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/19449
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