After Decades Of Being Defined By Crisis And Limitations, Cities Are Popular Again As Destinations For People And Businesses, And As Subjects Of Scholarly Study Urban Citizenship And American Democracy Contributes To This New Scholarship By Exploring The Origins And Dynamics Of Urban Citizenship In The United States Written By Both Urban And Nonurban Scholars Using A Variety Of Methodological Approaches, The Book Examines Urban Citizenship Within Particular Historical, Social, And Policy Contexts, Including Issues Of Political Participation, Public School Engagement, And Crime Policy Development Contributors Focus On Enduring Questions About Urban Political Power, Local Government, And Civic Engagement To Offer Fresh Theoretical And Empirical Accounts Of City Politics And Policy, Federalism, And American Democracy.
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- 250 pages
- Urban Citizenship and American Democracy
- Amy Bridges
- 14 March 2018 Amy Bridges