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  1. Nationalism and Culture is a nonfiction book by German anarcho-syndicalist writer Rudolf Rocker. In this book, he criticizes religion, statism, nationalism, and centralism from an anarchist perspective. Background

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  3. Nationalism and Culture | The Anarchist Library

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    Nationalism and Culture is the first of the works of Rudolf Rocker to appear in English. Although the author is known as a platform speaker to wide circles both in England and the United States some introduction of him to the wider reading public seems appropriate, the more so as his book is in a rather unusual degree an expression of the man.

  4. Nationalism and Culture - Wikipedia

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    Nationalism and Culture is a nonfiction book by German anarcho-syndicalist writer Rudolf Rocker. In this book, he criticizes religion, statism, nationalism, and centralism from an anarchist perspective. Background

  5. Throughout history people have been attached to their native soil, to the traditions of their parents, and to established territorial authorities, but it was not until the end of the 18th century that nationalism began to be a generally recognized sentiment molding public and private life and one of the great, if not the greatest, single determi...

  6. Nationalism - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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    The term “nationalism” is generally used to describe two phenomena: the attitude that the members of a nation have when they care about their national identity, and the actions that the members of a nation take when seeking to achieve (or sustain) self-determination. (1) raises questions about the concept of a nation (or national

  7. What Is Nationalism? Definition and Examples - ThoughtCo

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    Samuel Corum/Getty Images By Robert Longley Updated on August 26, 2021 Nationalism is an ideology expressed by people who fervently believe that their nation is superior to all others. These feelings of superiority are often based on shared ethnicity, language, religion, culture, or social values.

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  8. Nationalism | Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics

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    Nationalism is a product of necessity: It constructs a new form of identity and community as a response to urban uprooting and industrialization. The dislocating effects of modernity require a refashioning of culture and identity. People is all they have got: this is the essence of the underdevelopment dilemma itself.

  9. READ: Origins and Impacts of Nationalism - Khan Academy

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    Nations and nationalism are not very old but have had dramatic effects on how we view the world and each other. With the decline in the power of religion and religious authorities, people looked for a new way to identify themselves, they found this with their nations. The article below uses “Three Close Reads”.

  10. Nationalism - Wikipedia

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    Nationalism is an idea and movement that holds that the nation should be congruent with the state. [1] [2] As a movement, it tends to promote the interests of a particular nation (as in a group of people ), [3] especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation's sovereignty ( self-governance) over its perceived homeland to create a ...

  11. Nationalism and Popular Culture | Tim Nieguth | Taylor ...

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    This book argues that the power of national identity and national belonging stems, in part, from the ways in which nationalism is embedded in popular culture. Comprised of chapters covering a wide range of cases from both the Global North and Global South (including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Europe, Israel, Pakistan, and the United States ...

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