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This article discusses the normative aspects of citizenship or the support for the ‘norms of citizenship’. The norms discussed in the article refer to the image of a ‘good citizen’, which is characterized by the acceptance of such norms being active in politics and public life. The definition of a good citizen is provided, and the norms of citizenship are enumerated and discussed.
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