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Critical global citizenship: contextualising citizenship and globalisation

transcend the boundaries of the nation-sate. These and other political implications of transnationalism represent significant challenges to national articulations of citizenship with their concept of territorial demarcation and spatial fixity. In order to overcome these limitations and reflect the multiple identifications facilitated through different transnational practices and ties, new alternative (and often overlapping) frameworks for citizenship have been explored and advanced since the 1980s, most notably its post-national, multicultural, cosmopolitan and global

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