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The concept of citizenship is currently the focus of discussion by the media, politicians and academics, because of a generally perceived growth in public disaffection and apathy. Presenting the first comprehensive study of British citizenship, this book is comprised of surveys of political participation and voluntary activities, as well as the beliefs and values which support them. The authors provide a sophisticated discussion of the concept of citizenship, and the consequences of a lack of civic engagement in a modern democracy.
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Charles W. Patterson is an American author and historian, perhaps best known for his books, Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust and Anti-Semitism: The Road to the Holocaust and Beyond,Animal Rights, The Civil Rights Movement, and Marian Anderson.
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