23 - Edward P. Jones, The Known World (cont.)
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References

Careers Education Guidance in a Nutshell (DfES, 2004). Available to download at: http://www.cegnet.co.uk/resource/content/files/444.pdf [accessed 26 January 2007]
Careers Education Guidance and Work-related Learning: A briefing for teachers in initial training (DfES, 2005). Available to download at: http://dev.cegnet.co.uk/resource/content/files/677.pdf [accessed 26 Janaury 2007]

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References

Lavalettee, M. (1999) A Thing of the Past? Child Labour in Britain 1800 to the Present, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool.
Marshall, T.H. (1965) ‘Citizenship and Social Class’ in Class, Citizenship and Social Development: Essays by T.H. Marshall.
Post, J.E. (2000) Meeting the Challenge of Global Corporate Citizenship, Boston College Centre f
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Learning outcomes

The learning outcomes for this unit are:

  • Critically appreciate the significance of claims made for ‘global corporate citizenship’.

  • Understand the nature of work and ‘social citizenship’.

  • Recognize the difference between ‘acts citizenship’ and ‘status citizenship’.

  • Be able to assess the ‘ethical dimension’ to arguments about citizenship.

  • See the relevance of historical compari
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Using the US and Mexico as the main example, this unit examines how inequalities in access to material wealth can lead to border tensions. You will also learn how many developed economies are now reliant on immigrant labour to perform jobs that their own citizens do not want to consider. How equal is the globalised world?
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