6 edition of Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Post-Soviet Societies found in the catalog.
July 1999 by Westview Press .
Written in English
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Accordingly, high levels of ethnic, regional and other types of diversity are predominantly perceived as a crucial obstacle to national unity Rabushka and Shepslein Beissinger 85; Solchanyk ; Kubicek and hence a potential obstacle for democracy. Google Scholar Grunte, M. Google Scholar Karklins, R. The structure of ethnic cleavages is regionalised. Google Scholar Nezavisimaya Gazeta.
Latvian Literature Under the Soviets, Google Scholar Popkewitz, T. Google Scholar Luhmann, N. Our findings prove that linguistic identity does not automatically determine public support for particular language policies, though it can partly correlate with it.
London: UCL Press. Matsuzato, K. Chapters employ both 'on the ground' empirical studies and a strong theoretical framework to discuss theories on ethnic violence in the modern world and their possible relevance for these two cases. Riga: Cabinet of Ministers. As such, theories often focus on which Institutions are the most appropriate for addressing ethnic conflict.
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Ukrainian society Sociological Monitoring. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Vieda Skultans. Istoricheskiy phenomen diaspory. One of the first laws passed by the post-Yanukovych government in February attempted to repeal the Law. New York: Cambridge University Press. Moreover, Khmelko finds that ethnic identities in Ukraine can be dual, i.
However, in order for cross-cutting cleavages to have a moderating effect, they need to meet certain qualifications such as not to coincide with each other and to have a different intensity and socio-economic context Hughes and Sasse 7.
Ethnic cleavages Upon the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the newly proclaimed Ukrainian state inherited the Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Post-Soviet Societies book structure of the Ukrainian SSR: the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, 24 oblasts, and two cities with a special status — Kyiv and Sevastopol.
So far there is a lack of research to explain that phenomenon. Lijphart, A. The editors succeeded in bringing together a range of expert authors to contribute on different facets of nationalism, ranging from ethnic minority perception Chapter 5, Chapter 11 and nationalist tendencies in foreign policy Chapter 7 to religion Chapter 4 and economic considerations in nationalism Chapter This is despite clear significant regional differences in this regard.
The Soviets began a campaign to strengthen the Moldovan identity different from that of the rest of Romanian speakers, taking advantage of the incomplete integration of the Bessarabia into the interwar Romania see also Moldovenism. Identity cards were issued on this basis, and these documents played a key role in the genocide of One can be Black and our compatriot.
Our brothers from Bukovina, Transylvania and Macedonia don't call themselves after the places they live in, but call themselves Romanians. Russians outside Russia: The new Russian diaspora.
In: D. Law of education. This is done in order not to weaken the center state such as in the case of ethnofederalism. Solchanyk, R.Get this from a library! Nation building and ethnic integration in post-Soviet societies: an investigation of Latvia and Kazakstan.
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