Active Citizenship

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The term “active citizenship” means a society where citizens contribute to organising the society by continous and responsible acting. This may happen both individually (commitment for society) and collectively in the context of citizens´ groups, institutionalized civil society, or in the educational sector (learning by commitment). Active citizenship may happen in different spheres of the local, regional, or international levels and makes participation possible.

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Literature

  • Crick, Bernard R./ Lockyer, Andrew (Ed.) (2010): Active Citizenship: What It Could Achieve and How. Edinburgh University Press.Drexler, Kateri M./ Garcelon, Gwen (2004) : Strategies for Active Citizenship. New Jersey: Prentica Hall.
  • Davidson, Charles (2009): Active Citizenship. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Jarvis, Peter (2008): Democracy, Lifelong Learning and the Learning Society: A Critical Assessment of Policies and Ethics in Lifelong Education: Active Citizenship in a Late Modern Age. London/ NY: Routledge Chapman & Hall.
  • Kilburger, Craig/Kielburger, Marc (2002): Take Action! A Guide to Active Citizenship. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
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