When is the Nation?: Towards an Understanding of Theories of Nationalism
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This new collection of key authors on nationalism presents the latest thinking on this fundamental aspect of Politics, International Relations and Sociology. Our world is still deeply imbedded in the language and practice of nations and nationalism and they remain central parts in understanding human society. This comparison and contrast of the main approaches reveals their strengths and weaknesses.
The inclusion of case studies gives the reader fresh insight into specific nations and national groups, including The United States, Greece, England and Fiji. The accessible debate format puts main theories and thinkers to the test, enabling the reader to interact with the issues directly.
When Is the Nation?: Towards an Understanding of Theories of Nationalism
This unique volume is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of nationalism, ethnicity and global conflict. How Old is an Old Nation?
Genealogy Indeed Pierre van den Berghe 3. General Discussion Part 2: When was the English Nation? When was the First New Nation?: When, What and How is the Nation: Lessons from Greece Anna Triandafyllidou 8.
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Most scholars agree that the nation has taken on a particular form and prominence since the mid-eighteenth century, but prominent ethnosymbolists such as Anthony D. Smith argue that early memories, myths and symbols hold a continued importance in the understanding of nationalisms.
You must be logged in to post a comment. An introduction to modernism, primordialism and ethnosymbolism. Ethnosymbolism Ethnosymbolism emphasizes the importance of symbols, traditions, values and myths in the creation and continuation of modern nations.
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