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Ethnoterritorial concurrence in plural societies: the Spanish Comunidades Autónomas

AuthorsMoreno, Luis
Issue DateMar-1998
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationEthnoterritorial concurrence in plural societies: the Spanish Comunidades Autónomas, Serie Documentos de Trabajo, Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos (CSIC), 06-1998
SeriesDocumento de Trabajo IPP, 06-1998
AbstractIn this paper we deal primarily with the concept of ethnoterritoriality, which refers to a dimension where conflicts and political mobilisations are developed and have as chief social actors those ethnic groups that possess a geographical underpinning. Such a spatial reference is identifiable within the boundaries of a polity, usually of a compound or plural composition (Coakley, 1994; Moreno, 1988; Rudolph and Thompson, 1992).
DescriptionRevised version of the paper presented at the conference In Search of Justice and Stability: Liberal Justice and Political Stability in Multinational Societies, 26-28 March 1998, McGill University, Group of Research on Multinational States, North Hatley, Quebec, Canada. Published in Gagnon, A.-G. & Tully, J. (eds.), Multinational Democracies, pp. 201-221, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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