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Unit of Study CLST1005 Unruly Subjects: Citizenship (2024)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

demonstrate the importance of a historical perspective on citizenship

apply contemporary theories of citizenship and explain the relevance of those theories in relation to systems of power/knowledge

analyse the ways in which citizenship is negotiated on an international, national, local, group and personal level

reflect on the intersections between gender, sexuality, class, race, ability and ethnic identity and communicate how they are inscribed within an institutional setting

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