The departsultant editorial board for The NATION ' S mentalized consultant
editorial board has been SCHOOLS is announced for the first time in organized ,
therefore , with a view to securing the this issue . Outstanding leaders in every
Author: Michael Vincent O'Shea
"Based on the fourteenth annual conference of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism entitled "When is the nation: the debate" that was held on 23-24 April 2004 at the London School of Economics and Political Science"--Acknowl
"Based on the fourteenth annual conference of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism entitled "When is the nation: the debate" that was held on 23-24 April 2004 at the London School of Economics and Political Science"- ...
Author: Atsuko Ichijo
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Political Science
THE MYTH OF THE NATION - STATE 3 . 1 . Introduction Many theories on the
nation - state maintain that the triumph of this unit of social organization of power
and social relations occurred in early modern nineteenth century Europe out of
Author: Tanya Karina Heurich
The BBC have twice used this method of presentation . Who gives television
producers the freedom to give the nation this false image of British politics ? The
essence of Parliament and the election of MPs has for hundreds o years been
one of ...
Author: Granada Television
In 1937 the Supreme Court revolutionized American constitutionalism, sharply restricting the states' powers and expanding those of the national government. In following years the civil rights movement caused further change, challenging American life with its demands for equal rights under the Constitution and protection by the federal government. The Vietnam War expanded and then contracted presidential power. In 2001, attacks organized by followers of Osama bin Laden on American cities revived presidential power, leading to new challenges to America's constitutional heritage. This volume assembles the most important documents from American constitutional history from the depths of the Great Depression to the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2001. Through these important documents, American constitutional power can be seen surging and waning, but always responding to the drama of world events.
The Government asserts an interest in " protecting the physical integrity of the flag
under all circumstances ” in order to safeguard the flag's identity " as the unique
and unalloyed symbol of the Nation . ' The Act proscribes conduct ( other than ...
Author: Christopher Waldrep
Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
According to one authority , The whole nation was listening , waiting for a lead :
civilians at home and in cafés , the army in their messes or on transistor sets in
their tents in the desert . The performance was a disaster . The Prime Minister
Author: Terence Cornelius Farmer Prittie
Category: Eshkol, Levi, 1895-1965
Author: Rupert Bayless Vance
Category: Southern States
Proceedings of the ... Annual Business Forecasting Conference Held at UCLA.
UCLA ULIL BUSINESS FORECAST FOR THE NATION AND CALIFORNIA IN
1983 SUMMARY OF THE UCLA BASE FORECAST ( Billions of Current.
Author: National Collection of Fine Arts (U.S.)
Category: Art and state
Author: Arthur Orison Dillon
"For the second edition of this classic economic and political account of the origins of the European Community Alan Milward has completely revised and updated the chapter on the United Kingdom. On one level the book is an original analysis of the forces which brought the EC together, on another it is an explanation based on historical analysis of the future relationship between nation-state and the European Union. Combining political with economic analysis, and based on extensive primary research in several countries, it offers a challenging interpretation of the history of the western European state and European integration."--Jacket.
"For the second edition of this classic economic and political account of the origins of the European Community Alan Milward has completely revised and updated the chapter on the United Kingdom.
Author: Alan S. Milward
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Political Science
This book explores Weimar and Nazi policy to highlight the fundamental, far-reaching change wrought by the Nazis and the disparity between national family policy design and its implementation at the local level. Relying on a broad range of sources --including court records, sterilization files, church accounts, and women's oral histories -- it demonstrates how local officials balanced the benefits of marriage, divorce, and adoption against budgetary concerns, church influence, and their own personal beliefs.
120 Letter from Preußische Minister des Innern, 21 August 1934, LSVA, C60, 259
. 121 StaD, D 23 C, letter A, 1777. 122 Ibid.; StaD, Erbgesundheitsgericht, 796.
123 In the end, her protest was successful and she 144 From Nurturing the
Author: Michelle Mouton
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Family & Relationships
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), known as the nation's report card, has chronicled students' academic achievement in America for over a quarter of a century. It has been a valued source of information about students' performance, providing the best available trend data on the academic achievement of elementary, middle, and secondary school students in key subject areas. NAEP's prominence and the important need for stable and accurate measures of academic achievement call for evaluation of the program and an analysis of the extent to which its results are reasonable, valid, and informative to the public. This volume of papers considers the use and application of NAEP. It provides technical background to the recently published book, Grading the Nation's Report Card: Evaluating NAEP and Transforming the Assessment of Educational Progress (NRC, 1999), with papers on four key topics: NAEP's assessment development, content validity, design and use, and more broadly, the design of education indicator systems.
http://www.nap.edu/catalog/9751.html 158 ISSUES IN COMBINING STATE NAEP
AND MAIN NAEP and the nation. When state NAEP is actually administered,
state 1 carefully follows the prescribed administration conditions, and the
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
This book examines how the nation – and its (fundamental) law – are ‘sensed’ by way of various aesthetic forms from the age of revolution up until our age of contested democratic legitimacy. Contemporary democratic legitimacy is tied, among other things, to consent, to representation, to the identity of ruler and ruled, and, of course, to legality and the legal forms through which democracy is structured. This book expands the ways in which we can understand and appreciate democratic legitimacy. If (democratic) communities are “imagined” this book suggests that their “rightfulness” must be “sensed” – analogously to the need for justice not only to be done, but to be seen to be done. This book brings together legal, historical and philosophical perspectives on the representation and iconography of the nation in the European, North American and Australian contexts from contributors in law, political science, history, art history and philosophy.
In the following sections of this paper, we deal with each of these “loosenings” in
turn, as we prize apart the knots that bind identity and nation, nation and law, law
and identity. With these loosenings, the unified jurisdiction of the nation-state ...
Author: Stefan Huygebaert
This collection of case studies investigates the significance and function of national identity. The authors see national consciousness in terms of the circumstances in which it arose, and in terms of the meaning which it had for a specific group or individual. Representations of the nation could serve to legitimize or support specific political or social agendas, or to provide people with a point of fixity amidst changing circumstances. The articles in this volume trace these aspects of national consciousness in the case of a single country: The Netherlands.
adherents the self - confidence to operate as representatives of the true spirit of
the nation . In the meantime , this was a challenge to liberalism , which was
dominant on the political level and conceived as the political enemy of the
Author: Annemieke Galema
Category: Social Science
The established theories and debates on nationalism were formed in the twin crucibles of Eighteenth-century Europe and America, and continue to be informed by that heritage. Reconstructing the Nation in Africa challenges some of the key principles that underlie the current debates on nationalism by exploring in depth the experience of multinational states in Africa. Taking Ghana as a case study, Michael Amoah introduces and develops two important new contributions to the theoretical tapestry of nationalism --the Rationalisation of Nationalism and Reconstructing the Nation, concepts that should have wide use and currency in the broader discussion of the national phenomenon. Reconstructing the Nation in Africa argues that the nationhood of Ghana is not rooted in modernity as is generally thought, and attempts to show by analysis of the microbehavior of its population that traditional views on the viability of the multinational state do not necessarily hold true for modern-day Africa.
Reconstructing the Nation in Africa argues that the nationhood of Ghana is not rooted in modernity as is generally thought, and attempts to show by analysis of the microbehavior of its population that traditional views on the viability of ...
Author: Michael Amoah
Publisher: I.B. Tauris
Category: Political Science
Examination of Australian public culture ; includes references to Aboriginal issues.
The myths of nationhood As some of the European monarchies began enforcing
a metropolitan uniformity , both in language and in religion , embryo nation -
states were forming here and there in Europe even before the great period of ...
Author: Donald Horne
Publisher: Pan Books (UK)
Part of Verso's classic Mapping series that collects the most important writings on key topics in a changing world In nearly two decades since Samuel P. Huntingdon proposed his influential and troubling ‘clash of civilizations’ thesis, nationalism has only continued to puzzle and frustrate commentators, policy analysts, and political theorists. No consensus exists concerning its identity, genesis, or future. Are we reverting to the petty nationalisms of the nineteenth century or evolving into a globalized, supranational world? Has the nation-state outlived its usefulness and exhausted its progressive and emancipatory role? Opening with powerful statements by Lord Acton and Otto Bauer—the classic liberal and socialist positions—Mapping the Nation presents a wealth of thought on this issue: the debate between Ernest Gellner and Miroslav Hroch; Gopal Balakrishnan’s critique of Benedict Anderson’s seminal Imagined Communities; Partha Chatterjee on the limitations of the Enlightenment approach to nationhood; and contributions from Michael Mann, Eric Hobsbawm, Tom Nairn, and Jürgen Habermas.
"Published in association with New Left Review."
Author: Gopal Balakrishnan
Publisher: Verso Books
Category: Political Science
"Examines the politics of coal miners in Chile during the 1930s and '40s, when they supported the Communist Party in a project of cross-class alliances aimed at defeating fascism, promoting national development, and deepening Chilean democracy"--Provided by publisher.
"Examines the politics of coal miners in Chile during the 1930s and '40s, when they supported the Communist Party in a project of cross-class alliances aimed at defeating fascism, promoting national development, and deepening Chilean ...
Author: Jody Pavilack
Publisher: Penn State Press
Popular images of women were everywhere in revolutionary France. Although women's political participation was curtailed, female allegories of liberty, justice, and the republic played a crucial role in the passage from old regime to modern society. In her lavishly illustrated and gracefully written book, Joan B. Landes explores this paradox within the workings of revolutionary visual culture and traces the interaction between pictorial and textual political arguments. Landes highlights the widespread circulation of images of the female body, notwithstanding the political leadership's suspicions of the dangers of feminine influence and the seductions of visual imagery. The use of caricatures and allegories contributed to the destruction of the masculinized images of hierarchic absolutism and to forging new roles for men and women in both the intimate and public arenas. Landes tells the fascinating story of how the depiction of the nation as a desirable female body worked to eroticize patriotism and to bind male subjects to the nation-state. Despite their political subordination, women too were invited to identify with the project of nationalism. Recent views of the French Revolution have emphasized linguistic concerns; in contrast, Landes stresses the role of visual cognition in fashioning ideas of nationalism and citizenship. Her book demonstrates as well that the image is often a site of contestation, as individual viewers may respond to it in unexpected, even subversive, ways.
Landes tells the fascinating story of how the depiction of the nation as a desirable female body worked to eroticize patriotism and to bind male subjects to the nation-state.
Author: Joan B. Landes
Publisher: Cornell University Press