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  • Nation and patria in the emerging world order
  • The state idea
  • Cultural studies ; Ideology ; Nation ; Nation-state ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Sovereignty
  • Culturel ; Etat-nation ; Géographie politique ; Idéologie ; Nation ; Nationalisme ; Souveraineté
  • of nations as well as nation-states have been different, ideologies of nations are essentially the same. The conceptual roots of the idea are looked at.
  • The idea of nation as it emerged through the conceptual changes of the term nation is scrutinised. A discussion on political and cultural nationalism is introduced, drawing mainly on the European background. Although routes to the formation
  • On theories of nationalism and the size of states
  • Culturel ; Etat ; Géographie humaine ; Identité culturelle ; Nationalisme ; Territoire national ; Théorie
  • The emergence of nation-states in the Arabian Peninsula in The Arab Gulf states.
  • Arabie ; Asie ; Etat-nation ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Géographie politique ; Pouvoir ; Tribu
  • Geographical perspectives on Finnish national identity
  • The state idea
  • Finland ; Nation ; National identity ; National territory ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; State
  • Etat ; Finlande ; Géographie politique ; Identité nationale ; Nation ; Nationalisme ; Territoire national
  • This paper starts from the fact that nation, national identity and nationalism are contextual and contested categories, and suggests a critical approach, labelled as the institutionalization of territories, which should evaluate the practices
  • and ideological mechanisms involved in the production and reproduction of territories and their identities. National identities develop and change continually.
  • Nation-states, quasi-states, and collapsed-states in contemporary Africa
  • The state idea
  • Africa ; Colonization ; Conflict ; Ethnic community ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; State
  • The successor states to the colonial empires in Africa exhibit the same strains as the fragile successors to the European empires earlier in the century. The survival of these quasi-states has been dependent upon the support of the international
  • community. Anti-colonialism offers little support for states in a post-colonial, post Cold-War era. In some cases the result has been disintegration and the emergence of the collapsed state.
  • Nation into state : the shifting simbolic foundations of American nationalism.
  • Full-length study by a cultural geographer of the phenomenon of American nationalism : heros, holidays, rituals, commemorations, toponyms, iconography, monuments, and the flag. - (DWG)
  • National idea, state-building and boundaries in the post-Soviet space (the case of Georgia)
  • The state idea
  • Ethnic community ; Frontier ; Georgia ; National territory ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Political reform ; State
  • Etat ; Ethnie ; Frontière ; Géographie politique ; Géorgie ; Mutation politique ; Nationalisme ; Territoire national
  • Georgia, a newly independent state in the Transcaucasus, bears most of the common features of the Post-Soviet political space. But it has distinct peculiarities in state-building due to its location and historical legacy. The national self-identity
  • National maps, digitalisation and liberal cartographies : transforming nation-state practices and symbols in postcolonial Ecuador
  • Cartographic technique ; Cartography ; Development ; Ecuador ; Land ; Nation-state ; Neo liberalism ; Post-colonialism
  • Cartographie ; Développement ; Equateur ; Etat-nation ; Foncier ; Néolibéralisme ; Post-colonialisme ; Technique cartographique
  • The paper explores the connection between computerised techniques of mapping and the role of maps in modern nationhood. A case study of Ecuador demonstrates how the relationship between cartography and the nation-state is being altered
  • The United States National Park system in International experience with national parks and related reserves.
  • States and Nations. The rebirth of the « nationalities question » in Europe
  • Autonomy ; Conflict ; Congress ; Ethnic group ; Europe ; Minority ; Nationalism ; Political geography
  • The contributions deal with theoretical approaches and with a number of case studies from the Soviet Union, Rumania (the Hungarian minority), Bosnia Hercegovina and Burgenland, Czechoslovakia, South Tyrol and the Basque and Catalan nationalisms
  • Nation states, ideological power and globalisation : can geographers catch the boat ?
  • Globalization ; Governance ; Nation-state ; Political geography ; Power ; Social policy ; State control ; United Kingdom
  • Etat-nation ; Gouvernance ; Géographie politique ; Mondialisation ; Politique sociale ; Pouvoir ; Pouvoir idéologique ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • Les géographes ont besoin d'étudier les manières dont l'Etat-nation continue à exercer son action à l'ère de la mondialisation. En s'appuyant sur les travaux de M. Mann, les AA. soulignent une dimension négligée du pouvoir de l'Etat, sa forme
  • idéologique. Ils étudient comment l'Etat-nation se reconstruit de manière différente avec la mondialisation.
  • The wonders and origins of four national parks in the southern United States
  • Leisure ; National park ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Nature reserve ; Southern United States ; Tourism ; United States
  • Etats-Unis ; Etats-Unis du Sud ; Loisir ; Parc national ; Parc naturel ; Protection de la nature ; Réserve naturelle ; Tourisme
  • Between 1921 and 1941, four national parks were established in the USA : Hot Springs (Arkansas) ; Great Smokey Mountains (Tennessee-North Carolina) ; Shenandoah (Virginia) ; and Mammoth Cave (Kentucky). All the parks depended on private and state
  • Nommer l'espace. L'émergence de l'Etat national en Afrique Noire
  • Afrique ; Afrique Noire ; Décolonisation ; Espace ; Etat-nation ; Formation de l'Etat ; Gabon ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie politique ; Hydronyme ; Idéologie ; Territoire ; Toponymie
  • The A. attempts to discern particular geographical elements which could be regarded constituting the identity of a state and nation. A particularly interesting example can be found in the emergence of the territorial state in Black Africa. Here one
  • to obliterate refenrences to ethnicity in the language and to promote a sense of the nation-state.
  • witnesses the reproduction of a model which employs the spatial disourse of the 1789 Revolution, which ideology is symbolically expressed in the names of states. The widespread use of hydronyms in Gabon for example, suggests a rational attempt by a state
  • South Africa: the case of a failed state partition
  • Bantustan ; Conflict ; Ethnic group ; Language ; Multi-ethnic state ; Nation ; Political geography ; Segregation ; South Africa ; State
  • Afrique du Sud ; Bantoustan ; Conflit ; Etat ; Etat multinational ; Groupe ethnique ; Géographie politique ; Langue ; Nation ; Ségrégation
  • population, without resolving the problems involved in creating new nations or drawing state boundaries. The lack of legitimacy and the degree of coertion applied in the policy's enforcement ensured failure and the re-establishment of the unitary state.
  • In South Africa the White minority sought to retain political power in the face of majority African demands for equality, by means of state partition. The government attempted to create new states for linguistically defined groups within the African
  • The politics of state divestiture in Ghana
  • Enterprise;Firm ; Ghana ; National economy ; Public sector
  • Divestiture of the state-owned enterprises is only one aspect of the solution to Ghana's economic problems.―(EMS)
  • Etat et nation : une contradiction en Europe médiane
  • Nations, État et territoire en Europe de l'Est en en URSS
  • Ethnicity ; Europe ; Ideology ; Nation ; National identity ; Political geography ; State ; Territory
  • Etat ; Ethnicité ; Europe ; Europe médiane ; Géographie politique ; Identité nationale ; Idéologie ; Nation ; Territoire
  • L'A. explique sa conception de l'Europe médiane, la formation des Etats et des nations dans cette Europe.
  • Territorial loss and national image: the case of Ecuador
  • Citizenship ; Cultural studies ; Ecuador ; Nation-state ; National identity ; National territory ; Political geography
  • Citoyenneté ; Culturel ; Equateur ; Etat-nation ; Géographie politique ; Identité nationale ; Territoire national
  • Nation-states in continental markets: the political geography of free trade
  • Economic impact ; Economic theory ; Free trade ; Geopolitics ; International trade ; Nation-state ; Political geography
  • Commerce international ; Etat-nation ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Impact économique ; Libre-échange ; Théorie économique
  • Nation-building, language and education. The geography of teacher recruitment in Ireland, 1925-55
  • Cultural identity ; Education ; Ireland ; Language ; Nationalism ; School system ; Teaching
  • The paper examines how the Irish language emerged as one of the foundations of Irish identity and how the education system became the cornerstone of the state's language policy. Nation-building is treated as a dynamic process where views of national
  • identity are contested and debated before particular state policies are adopted.
  • Marxist critiques of the developmental state and the fetishism of national development
  • Capitalism ; Commodification ; Economy ; Marxism ; Nation-state ; Theory ; World market
  • Analyse critique ; Capitalisme ; Développement national ; Economie ; Etat développemental ; Etat-nation ; Etatisme ; Marchandisation ; Marché mondial ; Marxisme ; Théorie
  • of capitalist social relations (understood as global from its inception) are hierarchically and unevenly constituted. From this it extends Marx's critique of commodity fetishism to the question of the international (the relationship between the nation state
  • and world market) and criticises the statist notion of the developmental state from the perspective of a critique of the fetishism of national development.
  • This article offers an alternative theory of the developmental state by drawing on both social form critique and world system analysis. It then locates the origins of statism itself in the dynamics of global capitalism, in which the totality