Nationalism

ISBN-10: 0192892606
ISBN-13: 9780192892607
Edition: 1994
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Description: Nationalism is one of the most powerful forces in the modern world, yet its study has only recently gained popularity. This reader gives historical depth to the recent debates on nationalism and traces the development of thought on nationalism  More...

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Book details

List price: $65.95
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/9/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 392
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Nationalism is one of the most powerful forces in the modern world, yet its study has only recently gained popularity. This reader gives historical depth to the recent debates on nationalism and traces the development of thought on nationalism across a wide range of issues with reference to texts spanning from Ernest Renan's What is a Nation? in the 1880s to current views given in the 1990s. Issues covered include the definitions of the nation and of nationalism, theories of nationalism, the origins of nations, nationalism in Europe, the Third World and within the International System, and the future of nationalism itself.

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Introduction
The Question of Definition Introduction
Qu'est-ce qu'une nation?
The Nation
The Nation
Nationalism and Social Communication
Primordial and Civic Ties
The Nation as Power-Container
A Nation is a Nation, is a State, is an Ethnic Group, is a...
Theories of Nationalism Introduction
Nationalism and Self-Determination
Nationalism and Modernization
Nationalism and High Cultures
The Maladies of Development
The Nation as Invented Tradition
Elite Competition and Nation-Formation
Imagined Communities
A Socio-Biological Perspective
The Sources of Nationalist Ideology
The Crisis of Dual Legitimation
Cultural Nationalism and Moral Regeneration
The Rise of Nations Introduction
Old and New Nations
Regnal Sentiments and Medieval Communities
Nations before Nationalism
The Origins of Nations
When is a Nation?
Nationalism In Europe Introduction
Western and Eastern Nationalisms
Liah Greenfeld, Types of European Nationalism
Nationalism in Eastern Europe
The Rise of Ethno-Linguistic Nationalisms
Ethno-Regional Movements in the West
Nationalism outside Europe Introduction
Creole Pioneers of Nationalism
Dark Gods and their Rites
National History and its Exclusions
Islam and Nationalism
Ideologies of Delayed Development
The Colonial Construction of African Nations
State and Nation in African Thought
Economic Nationalism in New States
Nationalism and the International System Introduction
Three Phases of Nationalism
The Rise of the Nation-State System
Europe and the International State System
War and Nations
Ethnic Conflict in the West
The Logic of Secessions
Irredentist and Secessionist Challenges
Towards a Post-Communist World
Beyond Nationalism? Introduction
Ethnic Nationalism and Post-Industrialism
Reasserting the Polyethnic Norm
Narrating the Nation
Women and the Nation-State
Europeanness: A New Cultural Battlefield?
Notes Select Bibliography Biographical
Notes
Acknowledgements
Index

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