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This chapter interrogates the elision between belonging and citizenship in youth studies. Analysing a range of dimensions, including legal and ‘maximal’ definitions, contexts of mobilities, migration and colonisation, and digital life, it shows how the turn to belonging has advanced along two axes: rethinking young people’s relation to the nation-state in more expansive ways, and considering how the spaces of the global, local and digital shape their opportunities for participation in political and civic life. It shows how youth citizenship studies can produce a fruitful interlacing of questions of citizenship with those of belonging to deepen understandings of the lived, embodied, affective and subjective experience of membership and participation, as well as exclusion and non-recognition, but cautions against a shift away from rights-based approaches.

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Harris, A., Cuervo, H., Wyn, J. (2021). Citizenship. In: Thinking about Belonging in Youth Studies. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-75119-7_6

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