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Gongaware, Timothy B. 2012. Subcultural Identity Work in Social Movements: Barriers to Collective Identity Changes and Overcoming Them. Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 35, Issue
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PDF The study of identity forms a critical cornerstone within modern sociological thought. on identities established in the copresent world.
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Perspectives on Politics. Nationalist Mobilization and the Collapse of the Soviet State is a very serious analytical work, which, no doubt, will attract the attention of many political scientists, especially those studying political processes in Russia and the post-Soviet area. the work of Mark Beissinger is quite important for the understanding of nationalism as a social and political phenomenon. As Beissinger states in the acknowledgements, this book was thirteen years in the making.
Collective identities do not necessarily always mean harmonious integration. One significant aspect of collective identity is the inside-outside boundary making.
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Ross’s lengthy article represents a thorough and broad-ranging assessment of contemporary political culture theory. Cite this chapter as: Ross . 2000) Culture and Identity in Comparative Political Analysis. In: Crothers . Lockhart C. (eds) Culture and Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
The Mobilization of collective identity: comparative perspectives. 1980, University Press of America.
The collective action theory was first published by Mancur Olson in 1965. He argues that any group of individuals attempting to provide a public good has troubles to do so efficiently.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: University Press of America (January 1983)
Pages: 373 pages