Graduate Citizens? Issues of Citizenship and Higher Education

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Index

a
academics in higher education 63-4 , 73-4 , 77 , 86 , 124
active citizens 49-50 , 65 , 166 , 170 , 181 , 183
Active Community 51
Adam Smith Institute 65
advanced liberalism 181-2
Advisory Group on Citizenship (Crick Report) 133 , 165-6 , 167 , 168 , 183
affluent worker studies 30-1
Ahier, J. 24 , 78 , 79 , 88 , 91 , 93 , 106 , 115 , 122 , 124
Ainley, P. 69
Alexander, J. C. 51
American citizenship 13-14
apathy 3 , 59 , 64 , 131 , 133-5 , 144 , 151 , 155 , 162
Argentina 89
Aristotle 35
Arnot, M. 8
Ascherson, N. 49
assortative mating 122
Australia 89 , 101
AUT (Association of University Teachers) 86

b
Baker, K. 50 , 51 , 133
Baldwin, E. 79
Balkans 37
Ball, S. J. 88 , 93 , 96 , 122
Barr, N. 118
Bauman, Z. 40 , 64-5
Baxter, A. 117
Beck, J. 49 , 183
Beck, U. 37
Bernstein, B. 182
Beveridge, Sir William 30 , 182
Blair, T. 33 , 50 , 52 , 83 , 84 , 169
Blakey, M. 72
Blanning, T. 142 , 151 , 152-3 , 160-1
Blight, D. 64
Blunkett, D. 84 , 169
Bologna Declaration 86
Bottomore, T. 29
Bourdieu, P. 165
Bow Group 50
Boyle, R. 137
Bradford 56
British constitution 9 , 14
British Empire 24 , 25-6
Britton, C. 117
BT (British Telecommunications plc) 112
bureau-professional regimes 27

c
Callender, C. 79
Cambridge degree as a 'passport' 96-7 , 102 , 105 , 120 , 128
Campion, M. 85
Cannadine, D. 13-14 , 20-2 , 26 , 143 , 182
Carnoy, M. 90
Catalonia 54
Cawkwell, J. 74
CCCS (Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies) 16 , 31
Chandler, J. 145-6
Charter for Higher Education 70
Chen, S. 91
Citizen's Charter 31-4 , 49 , 70 , 74
Citizen's Charter Unit 32
citizenship education 7-9 , 18 , 150-1 , 157 , 164-70
citizens-as-subjects 9 , 13-14 , 23-7 , 29
civic nationalism 55
civic republicanism 183
civil society 50 , 51-2 , 142-56 , 160-2 , 165
civility 131 , 137 , 159-60 , 170-1
Clarke, J. 17 , 27
Coles, R. 23
Colley, L. 24
colonialism 24 , 37
Commission on Poverty 58
Commission on Taxation and Citizenship 91
communitarianism 38
community (see public service, voluntary service)
community of fate 38 , 89 , 159
consensus politics 27
consumer citizens 17-18 , 31-4 , 39-44 , 114-19 , 181
Cook, P. J. 42
corporatism 27
cosmopolitan nation 61
credential inflation 91 , 115
Crewe, I. 7 , 8
Crick, B. 133 , 165-6 , 168 , 169 , 181 , 183
Crouch, C. 69 , 79-80 , 138

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • List of Abbreviations viii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Citizenship in Britain 7
  • Chapter 2 - Prospects for Social National Citizenship in the United Kingdom 35
  • Chapter 3 - Citizenship and the Restructuring of Higher Education 62
  • Chapter 4 - Citizenship Themes in Students' Lives 99
  • Chapter 5 - Citizenship, Mutuality and Civil Society 132
  • Chapter 6 - Conclusion 157
  • Appendix 172
  • Notes 181
  • Bibliography 186
  • Index 197
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