Citizenship is now a key battleground in the fight over the direction of personal and political morality, domestic and global policy, social justice and the spread of violence across the world. Market Citizenship: Experiments in Democracy and Globalization offers a compelling account of the past and future of citizenship. Drawing on a rich fund of empirical material, author Amanda Root analyzes a new paradigm of social relations: market citizenship.
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Table of Contents
PART ONE: FrameworksCitizenshipMarketsMarket CitizenshipPART TWO: Producer PromisesChoicePoliticsFreedomsPART THREE: Consumer DemandsTradeEnvironmentDemocratic DeficitPART FOUR: Reasons for HopeDemocratic InstitutionsCitizens as Agents of Change