The sociology of citizenship is concerned with the social and economic conditions of citizens of a national community.
Drawing on T. H. Marshall’s contribution to the theory of social citizenship this article argues that some groups of migrants
and ethnic minorities in Australia, particularly those from non-British and European Backgrounds, face a number of social
and institutional barriers which prevent them from reaching their full potential as members of Australia’s...[Show more]
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