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Contractualism and Citizenship

Contractualism and Citizenship

Edited by Terry Carney, Gaby Ramia and Anna Yeatman

CONTENTS

Contractualism and Citizenship is a special issue (Volume 18 No 2) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below. You can read the abstract for each chapter by clicking on its title.

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CONTENTS

Contractualism and Citizenship: Rivals or Bedfellows?
Terry Carney and Gaby Ramia
The Role of Contract in the Democratisation of Service Delivery
Anna Yeatman and Kathryn Owler
Autonomy, Liberalism and the New Contractualism
Kanishka Jayasuriya
Citizenship Rights, Review Rights and Contractualism
Margaret Allars
'It's All in the Contract': Rethinking Feminist Critiques of Contract
Barbara Sullivan
Risk, Human Services and Contractualism: Managing the Social Insecurities of Poverty Risks
Michael Wearing
Learning Backwards, Thinking Forwards: An Attempt to Understand the Perspectives of Both Government and Non-government Participants in a Service Contract Arrangement
Rhonda Stien, Robert Urquhart and Dianne Nixon
   

Published December 2001
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/176pp
ISBN 9781862873667
Australian RRP $33.00
Direct Price $30.00
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