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Year
2018
Issue
1
Pages
84-102
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Section СОЦИОЛОГИЯ. ПОЛИТОЛОГИЯ. МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЕ ОТНОШЕНИЯ
Title NATIONAL IDENTITY IN EUROPE (Part I)
Author(-s) Csepeli Gyorgy, Örkény Antal
Abstract The paper describes the stock of knowledge of modern national identity identifying various elements such as spontaneous national identity based on categorization, thematizations, typifications and relevances, interpretive structures, attitudes, symbols, values, probabilities and national ideology. All these elements are embedded in the semantic universe created by the name of the nation. Empirical results are presented to demonstrate the varieties of national experience across Europe.
Keywords national identity, stock of knowledge, cross national comparison, empirical investigation
UDC 316.34/35
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