By Montserrat Guibernau
Catalan Nationalism considers even if a state with out a kingdom, corresponding to Catalonia, is ready to live to tell the tale inside of higher political associations corresponding to Spain and the eu Union. the writer examines different 'images' of Catalonia awarded by means of the most Catalan political events. The ebook additionally presents a learn of the function of intellectuals within the development of nationalism and nationwide id in countries with no states within the worldwide era.
The key questions addressed during this e-book are hugely appropriate for the research of devolution and its results, transitions to democracy and globalization and nationwide identification. in accordance with a profitable blend of conception and leading edge empirical learn, the scope and intensity of the book's research will make it crucial studying for college students and lecturers within the fields of heritage and politics.
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Catalan Nationalism: Francoism, Transition and Democracy (Routledge/Canada Blanch Studies on Contemporary Spain) by Montserrat Guibernau