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Essence and evolution of nationalism in Central Europe after 1989

Marcin Skobrtal

Abstract

The subject of this dissertation are essence and evolution of the nationalism in Central Europe after 1989. The thesis is divided into four parts. In the first main terms was explained and the relations between them was defined. It was also presented main theories and typologies of nationalism. The second chapter contains evolution of nations and national movements in Central Europe in 19th and 20th century and important moments that influenced on contemporary forms of nationalism. Third chapter specifies factors that shape this phenomena in contemporary Central Europe: political and economical transformation, interethnic relations or European integration. In the last chapter is described nationalism in each state and its atitude towards liberal democracy and European integration. It was also presented main manifestations of nationalism and possibilities of prevention of its negative consequences. At the end was outlined scenarios of possible development of this phenomena in the future.
Record ID
UAM99a09455e9e24ee48181fa8d097846d9
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Marcin Skobrtal (SNs/WNPiD/FoPSaJ) Marcin Skobrtal,,
Title in Polish
Istota i ewolucja nacjonalizmu w Europie Środkowej po 1989 roku
Title in English
Essence and evolution of nationalism in Central Europe after 1989
Language
pl Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Political Science and Journalism (SNs/WNPiD/FoPSaJ)
Discipline
political science / (social studies) / (social studies)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
5.5 political science and public administration
Defense Date
29-08-2012
End date
29-08-2012
Supervisor
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/3252 opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
Nationalism, Central Europe, Ethnic issues
Abstract in English
The subject of this dissertation are essence and evolution of the nationalism in Central Europe after 1989. The thesis is divided into four parts. In the first main terms was explained and the relations between them was defined. It was also presented main theories and typologies of nationalism. The second chapter contains evolution of nations and national movements in Central Europe in 19th and 20th century and important moments that influenced on contemporary forms of nationalism. Third chapter specifies factors that shape this phenomena in contemporary Central Europe: political and economical transformation, interethnic relations or European integration. In the last chapter is described nationalism in each state and its atitude towards liberal democracy and European integration. It was also presented main manifestations of nationalism and possibilities of prevention of its negative consequences. At the end was outlined scenarios of possible development of this phenomena in the future.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM99a09455e9e24ee48181fa8d097846d9/

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