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Citizenship and Multiculturality

Code 13018
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Sociology
Entry requirements Not applicable
Learning outcomes In this UC it is intended that the student deepen the theoretical and methodological knowledge in the analysis of the processes of civic, ethnic and cultural social inclusion, based on the relationship between the concepts of citizenship and multiculturality. The student should be able to:
1) to evaluate the contemporary contexts of social and political participation, its repercussion on the logics of collective action and its relation to ethnic and cultural identity;
2) to understand the specificities of multiculturalism at national, regional and local levels and the relationship they establish with active citizenship, participation and socio-cultural inclusion;
3) to understand the process of identity construction and its impact on the logics of collective action.

Learning Outcomes
At the end of the UC the student should be able to interpret and critically discuss the theories of citizenship, the dynamics of civic participation and the theoretical and practical issues of multiculturalism.
Syllabus 1. The concepts of citizenship and multi (inter) culturality
2. Theories of citizenship and multiculturalism
3. Citizenship and the logic of collective action in contemporary societies
4. The different meanings and different resources of "participation"
5. Ethnicity, identities, nationalisms and participation
6. Ethnic minorities in national contexts
7. Inclusion and social and political exclusion processes
Main Bibliography Barber, Genjamin (1984), Strong Democracy, Participatory Politics for a New Age, California: University of California Press
Buglione, Samantha (2009). Desafios do multiculturalismo: singularidades, deveres e valores universais. Revista Electrónica de Direito e Política. Vol. 4,Nº 3
Cabral, Manuel Villaverde (1997), Cidadania Política e Equidade Social em Portugal, Oeiras: Celta
Fenton, Steve (2003). Ethnicity: racism, class and culture. Cambridge, Polity Press.
Kivisto, Peter (2002), Citizenship in a Global Society, Blackwell: Oxford
Kymlika, Will (1996), Multicultural Citizenship, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Kymlika, Will (2001), Politics in the Vernacular: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Citizenship, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Kymlika, Will; Banting, Keith (2007), Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: Recognition and Redistribution in Contemporary Democracies, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Kymlicka, Will (2016), Cidadania e teoria democrática in Crítica,
Jerónimo, Patrícia (2015). Cidadania e reconstrução da identidade nacional em contextos multiculturais in Interacções
Moddod, Tariq (2013), Multiculturalism, Cambridge: Polity Press
Santos, Boaventura Sousa (org.) (2003), Democratizar a Democracia – Os Caminhos da Democracia Participativa, Porto: Afrontamento
Silva, Eliane (2004). Religião, Diversidade e Valores Culturais: conceitos teóricos e a educação para a Cidadania. Revista de Estudos da Religião, nº 2
Szaló, Csaba (ed.) (1998). On European Identity: nationalism, culture and history. Brno, Masaryk University
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria 1 Essay: 70%
Answers to Questions on online classes sent by e-mail: 30%

Worker-students:
2 Essays: 100%

Exam:
1 Essay: 100%
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-05-20

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