Introduction: Shaping Citizenship as a Political Concept
Wiesner, C., Björk, A., Kivistö, H.-M., & Mäkinen, K. (2018). Introduction: Shaping Citizenship as a Political Concept. In C. Wiesner, A. Björk, H.-M. Kivistö, & K. Mäkinen (Eds.), Shaping Citizenship : A Political Concept in Theory, Debate, and Practice (pp. 1-16). Routledge. Conceptualising Comparative Politics, 9. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315186214-1
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