How to belong : women's agency in a transnational world / Belinda Stillion Southard.
- University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, 
- Rhetoric and democratic deliberation
Rhetoric and democratic deliberation
x, 148 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Women civic leaders.
Rhetoric -- Political aspects.
Belonging (Social psychology)
- "Explores the question of how women craft meaningful "belonging" to national, regional, and global communities when belonging as a citizen becomes untenable. Evaluates the rhetorical practices that enable alternative belongings, such as denizenship, cosmopolitan nationalism, and transnational connectivity"--Provided by publisher.
- Introduction : rhetorics of belonging in a transnational world
Belonging as denizenship : peace women and regional dwelling
Belonging as cosmopolitanism : Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's new nationalism
Belonging as connectivity : Michelle Bachelet's transnational governance
Conclusion : how to belong (or not) to the nation-state.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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