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by Jonathan Hearn


Rethinking Nationalism: A Critical Introduction epub

ISBN: 140391897X

ISBN13: 978-1403918970

Author: Jonathan Hearn

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (May 31, 2006)

Pages: 272 pages

ePUB book: 1488 kb

FB2 book: 1115 kb

Rating: 4.6

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A Critical Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, 304 pp, pb, £1. 9, ISBN 1403918988. Paper first drafted in June, 2003.

Basingstoke: Johanthan Hearns book is a well-organised critical overview of the main approaches. to the study of nationalism. His concern is with nationalism, rather than with nations. As such it is collective action, rather than its effects, that should be the starting point. GERARD DELANTY University of Sussex. Alejandro Colas, Empire.

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book by Jonathan Hearn. This innovative and interdisciplinary text uses paired chapters, first to present the work of key authors in relation to each of a set of key, modernism, power, and culture-and then to rethink these core concepts.

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Rethinking Nationalism" offers an innovative and interdisciplinary introduction to the study of nationalism that provides a careful introduction to the dominant approaches to the subject before developing its own critique. Much of the literature on nationalism has been framed by debates between "primordialists" emphasizing nationalism's roots in deep ethnic history and emotional bonds, and "modernists" treating nationalism as a necessary illusion of the modern political economy.

Two key textbooks for thethe study of nationalism" This is an innovative and interdisciplinary introduction to the study of nationalism. The author uses paired chapters, first to present the work of key authors in relation to each of a set of key themes - primordialism, modernism, power and culture - and then critically to rethink these core concepts. MacMillan Education UK. Book Format.

This innovative and interdisciplinary text uses paired chapters, first to present the work of key authors in relation to each of a set of key themes--primordialism, modernism, power, and culture--and then to rethink these core concepts. The author engages with the main debates in the field, pointing out limitations in both modernist and primordialist approaches and showing how a clearer conceptualization of power and culture can help clarify our understanding of nationalism.