Cultural nationalism: a review and annotated bibliography

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Woods, E. 2014. Cultural nationalism: a review and annotated bibliography. Studies on National Movements. 2, pp. 1-26.
AuthorsWoods, E.
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This review and annotated bibliography is part of The State of Nationalism (SoN), a comprehensive guide to the study of nationalism. Topic of this first contribution is cultural nationalism. This concept generally refers to ideas and practices that relate to the intended revival of a purported national community’s culture. If political nationalism is focused on the achievement of political autonomy, cultural nationalism is focused on the cultivation of a nation.

JournalStudies on National Movements
Journal citation2, pp. 1-26
ISSN2295-1466
Year2014
PublisherNational movements & Intermediary Structures in Europe (NISE)
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Web address (URL)http://snm.nise.eu/index.php/studies/article/view/51
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Print2014
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Deposited08 May 2015
Copyright information© Eric Taylor Woods 2014.
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