Citizenship, the Self and the Other: Critical Discussions on Citizenship and How to Approach Religious and Cultural Difference

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In today's world, people speak more than 6000 languages and identify with thousands of cultural groups and a large variety of different religions. Despite such a number of differences, these and other features of human diversity are housed politically, inside roughly 200 nation-states. Globally speaking, a diverse citizenry is an unavoidable fact for most countries across the planet. Additionally, developments such as transnational migrations, rising socio-economic inequalities, the "War(s) on Terror", and political ...

Citizenship, the Self and the Other: Critical Discussions on Citizenship and How to Approach Religious and Cultural Difference 2015, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne

ISBN-13: 9781443870498

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