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What Does Citizenship Mean?

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Citizenship can be defined as the status or the membership given to a person in a country. It involves rights, duties and privileges. There are two main types of citizenship i.e. Acquired and natural. Thus it is the membership of a political community. It is largely related to nationality. It is about the political rights available to a person within the society A person swears allegiance, loyalty and to his duty towards the country of which he is a citizen.    There are other types of citizen ship also. One of them is honorary citizenship which is given to a person because of his worthiness and admirable qualities. You become a citizen of a country by being born there and citizenship of a country can be acquired after settling down in a place for a certain period of time. It is a topic in civics and children are made aware of their rights, duties and privileges from school itself to enable them to be good citizens of whichever country they belong to.
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These are the qualities that I feel a good citizen must include; nobility, worthiness, and respectfulness. Most times when a citizen gets a citizenship award he or she is very active in the community and does everything that he or she can and not expect anything in return.
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Citizenship mean that you have to take care of who is around you first and before yourself
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Means your an member of that country.
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It means you have an identity that will hang around you forever, something to relate to and somewhere where you can call home
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A member of society

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