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Nationalism and sport , 2016

Abstract

Over the last thirty years, Eric Dunning’s claim that ‘sport matters’ has been widely accepted in social science scholarship. This development in scholarly debates fittingly reflects modern sport’s global interconnections and social effects in the economic, cultural and political realms, which have established it as a powerful facilitator, provider and resource for an ‘array of identities’.

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Everyday nationalism 2016

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Everyday nationalism as a sub-field refocuses attention on the ‘masses’ and human agency within nationalism studies to consider the role and relevance of the everyday, and relevance of the lived experience of nationalism.

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No one is more categorical about the origin of nationalism than Elie Kedourie: ‘Nationalism is a doctrine invented in Europe at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

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Cultural nationalism 2015

Abstract

Cultural nationalism generally refers to ideas and practices that relate to the intended revival of a purported national community’s culture. If political nationalism is focused on the achievement of political autonomy, cultural nationalism is focused on the cultivation of a nation.

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