What does it take to be an active citizen and how do you nurture one? The writers in this volume look at the practicalities of good citizenship - being able to examine critically the quality of public life or engage competently with contemporary dilemmas such as bioethics or the balance between accountability and trust.
They reflect on the 'culture' essential for growing citizens, which involves an awareness of the intellectual, political and spiritual environment in which citizenship is exercised, and which citizens today and in the future can help to shape and re-shape.
Contributors to this book:
Duncan B. Forrester
J. Mark Halstead
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