Citizenship Plinth Text: A citizen is included in a political system based on the exclusion of others. A citizen is legally acknowledged as belonging to a state or nation or community. Citizenship is the practice of behaving, as an individual, in relation to or in concert with other citizens. Physically, the passerby is a body that moves and keeps on moving rather than becoming an observer, onlooker or participant. Subjectively, the passerby is remote even when in close proximity to something. The passerby can be a citizen but does not practice citizenship. In contrast with the private, the public is a form of exposure to others. Doing private things in public can be uncomfortable, obscene or illegal, whereas doing public things in private can be exclusionary or elitist or corrupt.
|Place of Publication||Milton Keynes|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Jun 2017|
|Event||MK CityFest - Middleton Hall, Centre MK, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom|
Duration: 26 Jun 2017 → …
Andrew Hewitt (Principal Investigator)
Impact: Cultural impacts, Social impacts, 17: Partnerships for Goals (UN SDG), 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities (UN SDG), 04: Quality Education (UN SDG)