Nationalism in the English-Speaking World

Nationalism in the English-Speaking World

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A great deal has been written in recent years about nationalism. Yet scholars remain sharply divided as to a coherent theoretical model of this phenomenon and many have called for further empirical research. This volume pursues this line of inquiry, examining a variety of geographical contexts within the English-speaking world, including Australia, Canada, India, the United Kingdom and the United States at different historical periods. These interdisciplinary studies combine elements of sociology, political science, history, literature, and cultural studies.this domain appears in Scott Foresmana#39;s 2003 edition. At the beginning of each chapter, this book (like the others) features a two-page spread with a large illustration, a relevant quote, and ... Educational Research Analysts, 2003 5th Grade Social Studies Textbook Rating, Longview, TX: Educational Research Analysts, anbsp;...

Title:Nationalism in the English-Speaking World
Author: Rachel Hutchins-Viroux, Jeremy Tranmer
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2009-01-23

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