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Nationalism, Ethnicity and the State

Making and Breaking Nations

John Coakley University College Dublin
© 2013   320 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9781446247433 $54.00
Hardcover ISBN: 9781446247426 $131.00
Ebook ISBN: 9781446271674

This exciting new textbook is the first to offer students a truly comprehensive AND engaging account of the vibrant topic of Nationalism.

Packed with a series of rich, illustrative examples, this book examines this powerful and remarkable political force by exploring:

  • Definitions of Nationalism, including normative and descriptive approaches
  • The manifestation of Nationalism through language
  • The relationship between Religion and Nationalism
  • Discussions on the political uses of History as a social construct
  • The social roots of ideologies and the significance of class and gender
  • Different kinds of nationalist movements, ranging from dominant majorities to peripheral minorities
  • Explanations of nationalist mobilization, taking into account historical, socio-economic and sociological approaches
  • State responses to Nationalism
  • Territorial and non-territorial devolutions of power and the relationship between Nationalism and Federalism

Nationalism, Ethnicity and the State is an insightful read for both undergraduate and graduate students of politics and international relations.

Nationalism, Ethnicity and the State

Making and Breaking Nations

John Coakley University College Dublin
© 2013   320 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd  

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ISBN:   9781446247433 Paperback Suggested Retail Price:   $54.00 Bookstore Price:   $43.20
ISBN:   9781446247426 Hardcover Suggested Retail Price:   $131.00 Bookstore Price:   $104.80
ISBN:   9781446271674 Ebook Suggested Retail Price:   $54.00 Bookstore Price:   $43.20

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This exciting new textbook is the first to offer students a truly comprehensive AND engaging account of the vibrant topic of Nationalism.

Packed with a series of rich, illustrative examples, this book examines this powerful and remarkable political force by exploring:

  • Definitions of Nationalism, including normative and descriptive approaches
  • The manifestation of Nationalism through language
  • The relationship between Religion and Nationalism
  • Discussions on the political uses of History as a social construct
  • The social roots of ideologies and the significance of class and gender
  • Different kinds of nationalist movements, ranging from dominant majorities to peripheral minorities
  • Explanations of nationalist mobilization, taking into account historical, socio-economic and sociological approaches
  • State responses to Nationalism
  • Territorial and non-territorial devolutions of power and the relationship between Nationalism and Federalism

Nationalism, Ethnicity and the State is an insightful read for both undergraduate and graduate students of politics and international relations.

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