- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Marshall’s Concept Of Citizenship And Contemporary Welfare Reconfiguration
- 2 Towards A Post-Marshallian Framework for the Analysis of Social Citizenship
- 3 Changing Perspectives on Social Citizenship: a Cross-Time Comparison
- 4 Citizenship in the Enabling State: The Changing Balance of Rights and Obilgations
- 5 To What Extent can the European Union Deliver “Social Citizenship” to its Citizens?
- 6 Social Citizenship in new Labour’S new “Active” Welfare State: The case of the United Kingdom
- 7 Changes in Social Citizenship in France in A Comparative Perspective: “Activation Strategies” and their Traces
- 8 Italy: A Territorial And Generational Divide in Social Citizenship
- 9 A Fuzzy Picture: Social Citizenship in Postcorporatist Germany
- 10 The Iron Law of Rights: Citizenship and Individual Empowerment in Modern Sweden
- 11 The Policy of Activation in the Czech Republic and Citizenship Rights
- 12 Fragmented Social Rights in Hungary’s Postcommunist Welfare State
- 13 The two Decades of Social Policy in Poland: From Protection to Activation of Citizens
- 14 Discourses on Social Rights in the Czech Republic<sup>1</sup>
- 15 Reconfiguring Welfare and Reshaping Citizenship
- Social Policy and Citizenship
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