The Politics of Nationalism and Ethnicity

  • Authors
  • James G. Kellas
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
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  12. Back Matter
    Pages 174-188

About this book

Introduction

James Kellas' book provides a review of the main theoretical approaches to the study of nationalism drawn from a wide range of disciplines which he pulls together to provide an integrated framework to explain the power of nationalism and ethnicity in politics and the circumstances in which they flourish. A range of case studies from around the world assess contemporary nationalist movements and the strategies of pluralism and accommodation which have been developed to contain them.

Keywords

Accommodation ideology international relations nationalism nature pluralism politics Third World

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