|Author:||David H. editor et al Fowler|
|Title:||In search of America;: Community, national identity, democracy|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Dryden Press (1972)|
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ISBN13: 9780030741302. by David Henry Fowler.
The topic of American national identity is explored from the perspective of political science, while drawing on history, political philosophy, and psychology . Immigration is perhaps the most enduring and elemental leitmotif of America. This book is the most powerful study to date of the politics and policies it has inspired, from the founders' earliest efforts to shape American identity to today's revealing struggles over Third World immigration, noncitizen rights, and illegal aliens. Weaving a robust new theoretical approach into a sweeping history, Daniel Tichenor ties together previous studies' idiosyncratic explanations for particular, pivotal twists and turns of immigration policy.
978-O-O3-O7413O-2 (O-O3-O7413O-O). H. E. David H. Elazar.
National identity: the power of discourse. Following Wodak et al. (1999), national identity is constructed and conveyed in discourse, predominantly in narratives of national culture. But also within the imagined national community, new narratives can change people’s perceptions of what constitutes their national identity (Wodak et al. 1999). Clearly, identity and image are context dependent, with image subject to change as societal expectations change (Roper, 2012). Deliberative global politics: Discourse and democracy in a divided world. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. Hallett, . & Kaplan-Weinger, J. (2010).
This book focuses on national identity in England and Scotland. Talking the talk: national identity in England and Scotland’, in Park et al. (ed., pp. 81–104. Bechhofer, Frank 2009a. Stating the obvious: ten truths about national identity’, Scottish Affairs, 67, spring 7–22. The Child in America: Behavior Problems and Programs. Watt, Dominic, Llamas, Carmen and Johnson, Daniel 2010.
Our colleagues in our respective departments in St. Andrews and Bath, as ever, deserve a mention for their unwavering support and for their collegiality. National identity thus embodies a symbolic, imagined community created around existing historical paradigms. The question remains, nonetheless, where does fiction begin, where does it end?
Nationalism and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Latin America. Field of Study: MA in Modern History (UCL) Major or minor option: MA in Area Studies; MSc in Politics (ISA) Professor Nicola Miller, UCL Mondays 10-12, Room 304, Department of History, 24 Gordon Square Andrew Parker et al. and Ethnicity in Postcolonial Latin American Literatures by Women. Further reading Emilie Bergmann et al. ed. Indigeneity and the State in the Andes. Will Fowler and Peter Lambert. Indigenous Peoples and Democracy in Latin America.
This intriguing book reminds us of the continuing power of national imaginaries to generate and orchestrate violence, and of how much violence is an integral part of not only authoritarian, but also liberal, regimes. Fowler and Lambert have put together an impressive interdisciplinary collection that combines illuminating theoretical overviews with wide-ranging and engaging case studies. Fowler and Lambert have put together a fascinating collection of essays on one of the most contested topics in the current debate about Latin America: the role of political violence in the construction of national identity. Will Fowler is Reader in Latin American Studies at the University of St Andrews where he is Head of the Department of Spanish.
Democracy in America book.