Routledge, 2 sep. 2003 - 208 páginas
This book examines the problematic politics of contemporary nationalism, and the worldwide resurgence of ethno-nationalist conflict. It analyses the core theories of nationalism, building upon these theories and offering a clear analytical framework through which to approach the subject. This outstanding volume features detailed case- studies discussing nationalist contention in areas including Spain, Singapore, Ghana and Australia as well as looking at Northern Ireland, Kosovo and Rwanda disputes.
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1 The conceptual languages of nationalism
2 New nations for old?
3 Are there two nationalisms?
4 Constructing nationalism
5 Globalisation and nationalism
6 Reactive nationalism and the politics of development
7 Contentious visions
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