socCitizenship 4:9

SocCitizenship 4:9 - Citizenship What is Citizenship Membership in national society o Bundle of rights and responsibilities o Formal and

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Citizenship 4/9 What is Citizenship? Membership in national society o Bundle of rights and responsibilities o Formal and substantive senses Other forms of memberships Children in families Wives in families Slaves through masters “Feudal” organizations of society Expansion by inclusion: race Amendments 13-15 Brown vs. board of education Civil rights act of 1964 Voting rights act of 1965 JFK and the Civil Rights Act Expansion by Inclusive: Gender 19 th amendment Expansion of Civil Rights acts Failure of ERA Massive history of legislation and judicial holdings Remaining Exceptions Children Prisoners Sexual orientations “Illegal aliens” Expansion by broadening rights Themselves What is included personal rights o freedom of religion, speech, to marry, to own property, to justice o covered by Bill of Rights o extended over 2 years Personal rights to vote, hold office expansion by inclusions (race, gender)
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course SOCIO 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at UMass (Amherst).

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SocCitizenship 4:9 - Citizenship What is Citizenship Membership in national society o Bundle of rights and responsibilities o Formal and

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