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Informal nationalism after communism : the everyday construction of post-socialist identities

Author: Abel Polese
Publisher: London : I.B. Tauris, 2018. ©2018
Series: International library of historical studies, 111.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Informal nationalism after communism.
London : I.B. Tauris, 2018
(OCoLC)966594466
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Abel Polese
ISBN: 9781838608736 1838608737
OCLC Number: 1091582955
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 213 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Contents: Cover; Author Biography; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Introduction The Silent Noise of (Everyday) Identities; Doggy Bags and Post-Soviet Identities; Limp Flags and Noisy Invisible Identities (Post-Socialism and the Everyday); This Book's Approach; Structure of the Book and Main Themes; 1. 'I'm Only Half!' Schooling and Strategies of Belonging Among Adolescents from Minority Ethnic Backgrounds in Russia; Introduction; Schooling in Post-Soviet Russia as an Arena of Competing Nationhood Claims; School Practices of Ethnic Ascription Strategies of Belonging: Portraits of Pupils'I Like to be Taken for a Tatar': Passing as a (Christianised) Tatar; Conclusion; 2. Borders of a Borderland: Experiencing Identity in Moldova Today; Introduction; State-Building and Nation-Building in Moldova; Competing Identity Categories; Nationalising Collective Memory in the Public Spaces; The Stencils of Identity; Transformations of Identity through the Lens of the Everyday; Language, Asymmetrical Power Relations and Everyday Practices; Conclusion 3. Teaching the National through Geography and Nature: Banal Nationalism in Primary Schools in Serbia and CroatiaIntroduction; Methodology; Findings: Textbook Content Analysis; Discussion and Conclusion; 4. Why Nations Sell: Reproduction of Everyday Nationhood through Advertising in Russia and Belarus; Introduction; Nation-Building and Economic Transformations in Russia and Belarus: A Historical Background; Advertising in Russia: Empire, Nation and In Between; Advertising in Belarus: The Struggle for Banality; Conclusion; 5. Money Can't Buy It? Everyday Geopolitics in Post-Soviet Russia IntroductionWhy Prosume Foreign Policy?; Speaking Geopolitics; Framing Geopolitics; Symbolising Geopolitics; Eating Geopolitics; Conclusion; 6. Turbofolk as a Means of Identification: Music Practices as Examples of the National in Everyday Life; Introduction; The Setting for the Birth of Turbofolk; Identification with Turbofolk; Contradictions in Evaluating Turbofolk Music; Impact of Turbofolk Music on its Consumers; Autochthonous Turbofolk as an Illustration of Diasporic Identity; 'Turbofashion', 'Turbostyle'; Conclusion 7. Something Bulgarian for Dinner: Bulgarian Popular Cuisine as a Selling PointIntroduction; What is Food as a National Consumption Practice?; How to Read the Food as Text; The Structure of the Menu: The Sign System; The Words of the National Culinary Discourse; The Twenty-First-Century Image of Bulgarian National Cuisine; 8. Making Modern Mongolians: Gender Roles and Everyday Nation-Building in Contemporary Mongolia; Building a Nation for Mongolians; Nomadism as Practice of Everyday Nation-Building; Forging Ties to the Nation via Religious Practices; Chenggis Khaan Legacies
Series Title: International library of historical studies, 111.
Responsibility: edited by Abel Polese, Oleksandra Seliverstova, Emilia Pawłusz and Jeremy Morris.

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