ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP: NORMATIVITY AND SCHOOL PRACTICES

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Abstract

The concept of citizenship is a complex concept and not easily defined, especially when you do not intend to restrict the meaning to a legal status.Citizenship as a process of active participation in the community is a complex of knowledge, behaviors and feelings of the individuals, orientates to specify the acquisition and the employment of the competences that make real and effective the acting as a citizen
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationACTIVE CITIZENSHIP
Pages58
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventNERA´s 38th Congress - Active Citizenship - Malmö University, Finland
Duration: 11 Mar 201013 Mar 2010

Conference

ConferenceNERA´s 38th Congress - Active Citizenship
CityMalmö University, Finland
Period11/3/1013/3/10

Keywords

  • CITIZENSHIP
  • education
  • school

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