Citizenship in Britain: A History

Citizenship in Britain: A History

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An historical introduction to the varieties of citizenship in Britain, starting in the Middle Ages and bringing the story right up to the present day. Both the status and understanding of citizenship in practice and the theoretical and advisory writings on the subject are introduced, and their inter-relationships are explored. Organised chronologically, each chapter is divided into sections in order to present the reader with different themes in a manageable form. The focus throughout is on accessibility, with no previous knowledge of the subject being assumed.Derek Heater. imperial events was projected on to the screens. However, the revolution in mass printing, including the use of colour, together with ... Schools too were becoming militarised, a trend started by the public schoolsa#39; officer cadet corps. Consciousness of the Empire was instilled into the pupils of state schools by the ubiquitous wall-maps with the member countries of the Empire always colouredanbsp;...

Title:Citizenship in Britain: A History
Author: Derek Heater
Publisher:Edinburgh University Press - 2006-04-24

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