The purpose of this study was to explore the meaning of citizenship to young adult Czechs who came of age since the end of communism in their country At the heart of the study was the phenomenological research question: (1) What does citizenship mean to young adult Czechs?q To fully understand this topic, additional research questions asked, (2) In what ways are young adult Czechs active in the public arena? and (3) What public issues do young adult Czechs consider most significant?... of skills and practice, and a preference for traditional authoritarian teacher- student relations (Polyzoi aamp; Cerna, 2001). ... rich opportunities for students to participate in democratic practices, such as rigorous discussion of real public problems, ... When these three operate like a Venn diagram, the overlap is strong civics.
|Title||:||The Meaning of Citizenship to Young Adults in the Post-communist Czech Republic|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|