By John Hassard, Ruth Holliday
Whereas we're protesting for extra rights and priviledges in our society, it truly is worthy to take into account that what's intended by way of citizen rights and a extra vital proposal, citizenship, that is constantly overlooked via many liberalists and human rights quandary teams. The publication offers a transparent and complete define at the proposal of citizenship,the attainable conflicts among rights and tasks.
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Here was a figure which emerged as ‘a monster … straight out of the steamy New York tenement blocks’ (Sunday Times, 28 February 1993), something very ‘unBritish’, once alien but now an increasingly familiar presence. What interests me here is the way in which the Rat Boy was himself constructed as an object of knowledge about crime, male youth and corporeality. The language of the Rat Boy did not simply legitimise 28 Richard Collier the call for ‘tougher’ sentencing penalties and influence debates around substantive legal changes at the time, notably in relation to the question of whether children under the age of fourteen are capable of knowing they have committed a crime.
Her skin, on the other hand, was glowing. The more weak she became, the more lustrous its shine. It seemed as if the hundreds of undermining questions had wheedled their way into her immune system, quibbling away her body’s defences, and now her skin was really taking over. While the woman became listless, her skin became incandescent, a thing quite apart from its owner. The skin-woman became so tired that she forgot her lost life of activity. Her days blurred into each other, nourished only by the small tributes donated by admirers of her skin.
Contested Bodies (Key Ideas) by John Hassard, Ruth Holliday