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Title Neo-nationalism in Europe and beyond : perspectives from social anthropology / edited by Andre Gingrich and Marcus Banks
Published New York : Berghahn Books, 2006
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Contents Neo-nationalism in Europe and beyond / Marcus Banks and Andre Gingrich -- Nation, status and gender in trouble? : exploring some contexts and characteristics of neo-nationalism in Western Europe / Andre Gingrich -- Performing 'neo-nationalism' : some methodological notes / Marcus Banks -- Imagined kinship: the role of descent in the rearticulation of Norwegian ethno-nationalism / Marianne Gullestad -- The emergence of neo-nationalism in Denmark, 1992/2001 / Peter Hervik -- 'At your service!' : reflections on the rise of neo-nationalism in the Netherlands / Thijl Sunier and Rob van Ginkel -- Neo-nationalism and democracy in Belgium : on understanding the contexts of neo-communitarianism / Rik Pinxten -- 'Being the native's friend does not make you the foreigner's enemy!' : neo-nationalism, the Freedom Party and Jörg Haider in Austria / Thomas Fillitz -- Neo-nationalism or neo-localism? : integralist political engagements in Italy at the turn of the millennium / Jaro Stacul -- Regarding the Front National / Gerald Gaillard-Starzmann -- 'Healthy native soil' versus common agricultural policy : neo-nationalism and farmers in the EU, the example of Austria / Gertraud Seiser -- New nationalisms and the EU : occupying the available space / Maryon McDonald -- Neo-nationalism in India : a comparative counterpoint / Mukulika Banerjee -- Nationalism and neo-populism in Australia : Hansonism and the politics of the New Right in Australia / Bruce Kapferer and Barry Morris -- Afterthoughts / Ulf Hannerz
Summary By the early twenty-first century neo-nationalist forces have established themselves in a number of the world's large regions and subcontinents. From Australia to South Asia, in Eastern and Western Europe, comparable parties and movements have positioned themselves in national parliaments and governments, with some considerable impact on state power. In contrast to right-wing extremist parties in the past, these recent movements mostly operate within legal parliamentary channels, using essentialized notions of local culture to mobilize against real and alleged threats to local identities of
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Nationalism -- Europe -- Congresses.
Political anthropology -- Europe -- Congresses.
Political culture -- Europe -- Congresses.
Europe -- Politics and government -- Congresses.
Europe -- Social life and customs -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Banks, Marcus.
Gingrich, André.
ISBN 1782386114
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