National identities and nationalism especially in the European context have aroused lots of current interest among scholars from a wide variety of academic disciplines, and the topic most certainly will continue to attract further attention also in…
What is Spanish identity? What does being Spanish mean? If you follow the stereotype, one ready answer could be ‘being Spanish means being passionate’. And indeed, Spanish companies have used this idea of passion and excitement in life in order to promote their products. Take, for example,…
This study focuses on the conflicting aims and deeds of the Russian government and Polish nationally-minded student youth in the situation which emerged after the closure of the universities of Warsaw and Wilno (Vilnius) in 1832. Thousands of Poles studied in Russian universities, constituting…
…Bound together by ties of national solidarity, they discover and implement principles of justice that all can share, and in doing so they respect the separate identities of minority groups within the community.
Culture, Politics and National Identity in Wales 1832-86 offers the first comprehensive account of politics in Victorian Wales. Based on a wealth of previously unused sources in both English and Welsh, and grounded firmly in recent scholarship on...
This topical new book by Zygmunt Bauman explores the notion of identity in the modern world.
As we grapple with the insecurity and uncertainty of liquid modernity, Bauman argues that our socio-political, cultural, professional, religious and sexual identities…
Language and National Identity in Asia is a fully comprehensive introduction to the theme of language as a force in the construction and development of nations and national identities…
…Taiwanese National Identity, Cross-Strait Economic Interaction, and the Integration Paradigm
8. Will Economic Integration Lead to Political Assimilation?
Part III. International Dimensions…
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2. Durkheim as a French Nationalist
3. Durkheim‘s Sociology of Knowledge
4. Nations and Nationalism
5. Ireland, the Revisionist…
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2. China’s Confucian, Misogynistic Nationalism
3. Finland’s Rural-Urban Split
4. A Certain (Suicidal) Tendency in French Cinema