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Title: Are we all global citizens now? Reflections on citizenship and citizenship education in a globalising world (with special reference to Singapore)
Authors: Gopinathan, Saravanan
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Series/Report no.: CGC Working Paper Series;2012/001
Abstract: Research into citizenship education has traditionally focused on citizenship curricula within the context of the nation-state. More recently, as a response to globalization trends, it has been suggested that citizenship research must embrace the concept of the 'global ciitzen'. Such perspectives draw principally on Anglo-Saxon perspectives on the evolution of the nation-state and citizen-state relations. This perspective is critiqued from the context of a post-colonial developing state, Singapore, and an argument made that a nation-centric perspective is still viable.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/4716
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