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Citizens and Modernities: Between National and European Paths in France

Résumé : This report studies how citizens, private individuals of different backgrounds, construct their identities in regard to their view of themselves as nationals, Europeans and modern subjects. In accordance with our WP6 report, in which we interviewed various professional and collective actors to uncover the notions of Turkishness, Europeanness, Europe and modernity have been accommodated in the field of education, this report will focus on the following themes: a) Immigration, multiculturalism and citizenship; b) Liberalism and globalisation (i.e. essentially illustrated in the market driven/ competition driven reforms put forward by the Bologna Process); c) History education reforms as indicator of national identity construction debates; and d) the representation of religion and secularisation in education sector. (first paragraph)
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Nuria Garcia, Géraldine Bozec, Ayhan Kaya, Ayşe Tecmen. Citizens and Modernities: Between National and European Paths in France. [Rapport de recherche] Identities and Modernities in Europe. 2011, pp.21. ⟨hal-02290554v2⟩



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