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Nationalism and Democracy. Dichotomies, Complementarities, Oppositions

AuthorsLecours, André; Moreno, Luis
Issue Date2010
CitationLondres/Nueva York: Routledge, págs. 275
AbstractThis book examines nationalism’s relationship with democracy using three approaches: (a) The challenge of democracy for sub-state nationalism: analyzing the circumstances under which sub-state nationalism is compatible with democracy, and assessing the democratic implications of various nationalist projects; (b) The impact of state nationalism on democratic practices: examining the implications of state nationalism for democracy, both in countries where liberal democratic principles and practices are well established and where they are not, and (c) Understanding how state nationalism affects democratization processes and what impact sub-state nationalism has in these contexts. Featuring a range of case studies from Western, Eastern and Central Europe, Russia, Africa and the Middle East, this book will be of interest to students and scholars of political science, sociology, nationalism and democracy.
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