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Nejati Hosseini S M. Urban Citizenship: From Theory to Urban Policy and Cultural Experience. JHS 2010; 2 (3) :135-160
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-4566-en.html
Islamic Azad University, Ashtian Branch, Dept. of Sociology
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Generally speaking, globalization has confronted urban life and city management as well as citizenship to many key socio-cultural problems such as citizenship identity crisis. From this respect, the socio-politico-cultural relationships between urban management and urban citizenry have changed and weakened through urban globalization, on the other hand, they have positive outcomes in the context of urban localization or urban glocalisation at the same time. Therefore, in this paper, we attempted to explore four aspects of this urban problem: historical and conceptual schema of citizenship; citizenship politics at urban settings; urban citizenship theory and finally, urban citizenship policies as cultural urban experiences.
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