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  • Geographical perspectives on Finnish national identity
  • 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.
  • Postage stamps as manifestations of national identity
  • Cultural studies ; Germans ; National identity ; Perception ; Social geography
  • Postage stamps are true identity carriers and therefore grist to cultural geographers' mill. Take for instance Dutch and German stamps over the past 150 years : they tell strikingly different stories about the countries' perceived national
  • identities and about the development of those identities. - (IFL)
  • Frontiers and popular nationhood : geographies of identity in the 1995 Ecuador-Peru border dispute
  • Citizenship ; Conflict ; Ecuador ; Frontier ; Nation ; National identity ; National territory ; Political geography
  • Citoyenneté ; Conflit ; Equateur ; Frontière ; Géographie politique ; Identité nationale ; Nation ; Territoire national
  • Drawing on substantive work on Ecuadorian national identities, an examination is made of the multiple geographies of identities which were articulated and negotiated during the border dispute in January and February. While territorial claims
  • and border protocols form a significant geography of identity through which state-initiated nation-building imaginative geographies are articulated, these are not the only geographies imagined and expressed by citizens during and around the time
  • National identity and its defenders - Thailand today
  • Buddhism ; Economic integration ; Economic situation ; Economy ; Globalization ; Ideology ; Mass media ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Society ; State ; Thailand
  • Divided in 13 chapters, the work analyses the concepts and transformation of Thai National Identity under the influence of the economic boom of the eighties and the Asian financial crisis which followed in 1997. Topics include the debates
  • Cast in stone: monuments, geography, and nationalism
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; History ; National identity ; Nationalism
  • The A. argues that monuments are an important, but underutilised, resource for the geographer interested in debates surrounding national identity. Through a variety of examples, the A. explores the ways in which examinations of the sociology
  • , iconography, spatialisation, and gendering of statues reveal important ways in which national imagined communities are conctructed.
  • National identity in South Africa : the search for harmony
  • Administrative division ; Cultural studies ; Ethnic community ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Political party ; Segregation ; South Africa
  • Different approaches have been employed to develop South African national identities. In April 1994, a new chapter was opened for the country to search for a new South Africanism. The paper attempts to give an overview of the nationalisms which
  • dominated the politics of the Union and the Republic of South Africa. The A. seeks to understand the efforts by the GNU to build a new post-apartheid national identity. The focus is the changing bases on which a South African nationhood is built.
  • Cardinal markers of Finland's identity politics and national identity
  • Finland ; Geopolitics ; Ideology ; Karelia ; National identity ; Nineteenth Century ; Policy ; Twentieth Century
  • Territorial dimensions of Hungarian ethnic identity
  • Ethnic community ; Ethnic group ; Geopolitics ; Hungary ; National territory ; Political geography ; Territorial identity
  • Ethnie ; Groupe ethnique ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Hongrie ; Identité territoriale ; Territoire national
  • A review of Hungary's foreign policy draws out the special character of Hungarian political and cultural identity to explain why Hungarians living in neighboring states will continue to be a source of territorial tension. - (DWG)
  • Ethnic identity, political integration, and national development: the Igbo diaspora in Nigeria
  • Identity and territory: geographical perspectives on nationalism and regionalism
  • 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.
  • Making space in Laos : constructing a national identity in a forgotten country
  • Cultural studies ; Economic space ; History ; Laos ; Nation ; National identity ; National territory ; Political geography ; Sovereignty
  • Culturel ; Espace économique ; Géographie politique ; Histoire ; Identité nationale ; Laos ; Nation ; Souveraineté ; Territoire national
  • A propos du Laos, les AA. s'interrogent sur les changements de signification des termes nation, Etat et nationalité. Rôles respectifs de la culture et de l'histoire. Rappel de la formation du territoire national. Importance de l'unification de 1975
  • Globalisation and Singaporean transmigration : re-imagining and negotiating national identity
  • Diaspora ; Globalization ; International migration ; Nation-state ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Singapore ; Singaporeans
  • Diaspora ; Etat-nation ; Géographie politique ; Identité nationale ; Migration internationale ; Mondialisation ; Nationalisme ; Singapour ; Singapouriens
  • Tentatives de l'Etat singapourien pour construire une nation dans un contexte de mondialisation accrue. Analyse de la manière dont les citoyens de Singapour devenus transmigrants en Chine construisent et négocient leur sens de la nation et de
  • l'identité nationale. Rôle de l'Etat pour établir les frontières de l'Etat-nation par le biais d'actions d'hégémonie, de politique et de stratégie.
  • Political geography debates n°6. The meaning of nation: Quebec and Canada
  • Canada ; Concept ; Cultural identity ; Ideology ; Independence ; Language ; Nation ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Quebec
  • Canada ; Concept ; Géographie politique ; Identité culturelle ; Idéologie ; Indépendance ; Langue ; Nation ; Nationalisme ; Québec
  • Quebec nationalism is seen either to have precipitated divisions within the nation or as a response to the problems of a divided nation. Both perspectives reflect an unquestioning acceptance of the concept of nation which limits their capacity
  • Identity and tradition in the post-Civil War South
  • Century 19th ; Civilization ; Cultural geography ; Cultural identity ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Myth ; Nationalism ; Southern United States ; Tradition ; United States
  • The attempt to create a nation-state in the form of the Southern Confederacy was an act of political geography, induced by growing sectional identities and the forces of romantic nationalism. The military defeat of the Confederacy enhanced Southern
  • identity rather than destroyed it. Monuments erected throughout the South can be interpreted as a romantic version of the antebellum South.
  • The geographical structure of capitalism at the origin of cultural protest against globalization as expressed in contemporary politics of identity
  • Capitalism ; Civilization ; Cultural studies ; Far-right ; Hinduism ; Identity ; Islam ; Nationalism ; Policy ; Political party ; Power ; World system
  • , and opportunities for social mobility for the equivalent of the European middle-class in the (semi)peripheral states. An analysis of three cases of politics of identity (islamism, Hindu nationalism and extreme right-wing nationalism in Europe) corroborates this view
  • The A. argues that the failure of capitalism to bring about universal prosperity is at the origin of the rise of the politics of identity. It fails to secure decent living conditions for unskilled workers in the core states of Western Europe
  • Territorial change and national identities in Eastern and Western Europe
  • Ethnic and political identities and territorialities in the post-soviet space
  • Cultural identity ; Ethnic community ; Former USSR ; Language ; Myth ; Nation ; National identity ; Political geography ; Territorial identity ; Territoriality
  • Ethnie ; Ex-URSS ; Géographie politique ; Identité culturelle ; Identité nationale ; Identité territoriale ; Langue ; Mythe ; Nation ; Territorialité
  • ethniques. Les facteurs influençant leur évolution dans le contexte de la formation de la nation et de l'Etat de la Fédération de Russie et des autres ex-républiques soviétiques sont analysés.
  • Indonesia's Medan Merdeka: national identity and the built environment
  • Built up area ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Ideology ; Indonesia ; Jakarta ; Jawa ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Semiotics of space ; Urban area
  • The paper examines the manipulation of symbols within the Independence Square in central Jakarta as a means of understanding the task of creating a particular national unity in post-colonial Indonesia. This reading is contingent upon the possibility
  • Landscape and identity at Ladybower Reservoir and Rutland Water
  • England ; Hydraulic works ; Ideology ; Landscape esthetics ; National identity ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Project ; Rural landscape ; United Kingdom
  • of local and national identity at different moments in the course of twentieth-century modernism in Britain.
  • The discourses surrounding the design and construction of reservoirs at Ladybower (1935-45, now Peak District National Park), and Rutland Water (1968-76), give insights into the role of landscape aesthetics and symbolism in the complex negotiations
  • The construction of national identity through the production of ritual and spectacle. An analysis of National Day parades in Singapore
  • Cultural studies ; Nation-state ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Sense of belonging ; Singapore ; Value system
  • Culturel ; Cérémonie ; Etat-nation ; Identité nationale ; Nationalisme ; Sentiment d'appartenance ; Singapour ; Symbole ; Système de valeurs
  • Nation et identité nationale sont d'après l'A. des constructions sociales créées pour servir certaines idéologies. Analyse des cérémonies ou parades nationales qui se sont déroulées à Singapour de 1965 à 1994: paysage culturel spécifique, rituel
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapour