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245 00 Notions of nationalism /|cedited by Sukumar Periwal. 
260    Budapest ;|aNew York :|bCentral European University Press 
       ;|aNew York :|bOxford University Press [distributor],
300    1 online resource (x, 247 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  1. Introduction / Ernest Gellner -- 2. Nationalisms, 
       Classified and Explained / John A. Hall -- 3. Towards a 
       Theory of Nationalism: Consensus and Dissensus / John 
       Armstrong -- 4. A Political Theory of Nationalism and Its 
       Excesses / Michael Mann -- 5. National Self-Determination 
       from a Historical Perspective / Maroslav Hroch -- 6. 
       Origins of the Constructivist Theory of the Nation / 
       Nicholas Stargardt -- 7. Intellectuals, Ethnic Groups and 
       Nations: Two Late-twentieth-century Cases / Chris Hann -- 
       8. Breaking the Mould? Quebec Independence and Secession 
       in the Developed West / Hudson Meadwell -- 9. 
       Institutional Plurality: Problem or Solution for the Multi
       -ethnic State? / Hans van Amersfoort -- 10. Nations, 
       Nationalism and European Citizens / John Keane -- 11. The 
       Significance of Preconceptions: Europe of Civil Societies 
       and Europe of Nationalities / Elzbieta Skotnicka-
       Illasiewicz and Wlodzimierz Wesolowski -- 12. Conclusion /
       Sukumar Periwal. 
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520    In recent years, following the end of the cold war and the
       relative simplicities of the bipolar confrontation, 
       nationalism has re-emerged as a dominant force and 
       ideology in our world. Everywhere, peoples who had been 
       confined within the borders of countries with which they 
       did not identify, and whose regimes they intensely 
       disliked, have been seeking self-determination and 
       democracy. Notions of Nationalism, as the title implies, 
       is an open-minded exploration of a phenomenon that all of 
       us need to understand. 
520 8  In this highly topical volume, a group of distinguished 
       scholars explore various perspectives of nationalism 
       theory, analysing and shedding light on the many 
       differences between the forms of nationalism which make it
       difficult to elaborate any single, overarching theory. The
       contributors address various notions of nationalism from 
       widely differing viewpoints, yet all share the basic 
       premises that nationalism is not a self-evident phenomenon
       and that the need to understand it is urgent, since it is 
       an inescapable component of contemporary identity and 
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650  0 Nationalism. 
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700 1  Periwal, Sukumar. 
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