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Tudents promoting classroom discussion and debate Presents an even balance of theory and case studies Emphasizes relevance of activism and participation in overnment Updated to include the impact of 911 on civic life and President George W Bush's national service proposals Identifies alternative forms of participation besides voting seized upon by the citizenry to register discontent with its representative overnmen.

(EBOOK) The New Citizenship Unconventional Politics Activism and Service Dilemmas in American Politics author Craig A. Rimmerman

Nds the discussion of the internet as an element of the New Citizenship and outlines President George W Bush's National Service proposals Finally the third edition integrates the impact of September 11 2001 on American civic life with a particular focus on the conseuences of that cataclysmic event for college students and their conceptions of participation and citizenship Discusses political issues that connect with

Why do so many Americans fail to participate in their communities' affairs What role should the citizenry play in our political system In addressing these concerns the text both evaluates the dilemma of participation civility and stability at a time when civic indifference is a national problem and outlines its sources suggesting ways in which Americans can conuer their apathy toward overnment This third edition expa.

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