By André Lecours, Luis Moreno
Pt. I. Theoretical and conceptual dialogue -- 1. advent: tensions and paradoxes of a multifaceted dating / Luis Moreno and Andre Lecours -- 2. Multiculturalism, ethnicity, and the geographical region: ideology, identification, and coverage / William Safran -- three. Ethnonational kingdom definition and liberal democratic practices: past "neutrality" in deeply divided societies / Ilan Peleg -- four. nationwide self-determination and democracy / Benyamin Neuberger -- five. Competing nationwide identities and democratization: a theoretical and comparative research / Enric Martinez-Herrera -- pt. II. Case experiences -- 6. Making and unmaking democratic possibilities in nationalist mobilization: a comparative research of the MLNV (Basque state) and the BNG (Galicia) / Pedro Ibarra and Ramon Maiz -- 7. Xenophobic events and the making of exclusionary etatized nationalism: situations from Western and japanese Europe / Ray Taras -- eight. Democratization within the post-Soviet international locations of jap Europe and "nationalizing" politics / Elena Meleshkina -- nine. Political and nationwide identification in Russian political discourse / Olga Malinova and Philipp Casula -- 10. Escalating minority claims: the Arab "vision records" of 2006-2007 in Israel / Ilana Kaufman -- eleven. 'One Zambia, one nation', many teams: kingdom nationalism as a constraint on ethnopolitics and a facilitator of democratization / James R. Scarritt -- 12. Unionism and pan-nationalism: exploring the dialectical dating among minority and majority sub-state nationalism / Allan Craigie -- thirteen. consociational democracy or Anglo-Irish clash administration? The St Andrews contract and the political lodging of Irish nationalism / Adrian Guelke -- 14. Conclusions / Andre Lecours and Luis Moreno
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