Cultural Identity and the Nation-state

Cultural Identity and the Nation-state

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In this collection of essays, several political professors consider alternative models of the recognition of diverse cultures and the significance of cultural and national identity within democratic societies. The impact of this recognition is examined, in the framework of economic and political globalization on the one hand, and the widespread assertion of cultural and ethnic differences on the other. The tension between the recognition of diverse cultures is discussed, as are the idea of national self-determination and the new forms of democratic and civic institutions that may be required in order to deal with present political conflcts.See Christopher W. Morris, An Essay on the Modern State (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), especially chap. 2. 2. Bernard Yack ... See also my aquot;Popular Sovereignty, the Very Idea, aquot; Social Philosophy aamp; Policy 17, no. 1 (Winteranbsp;...

Title:Cultural Identity and the Nation-state
Author: Carol Gould, Pasquale Paquino
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2001-01-01

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