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The ethnic origins of nations
  • A. Smith
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1 December 1988
Preface. Note to Maps. Maps. Introduction. 1. Are Nations Modern?. a Modernistsa and a Primordialistsa . Ethnie, Myths and Symbols. The Durability of Ethnic Communities. Part I: Ethnic Communities inExpand
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Nationalism: Theory, Ideology, History
Preface. Introduction. 1. Concepts. 2. Ideologies. 3. Paradigms. 4. Theories. 5. Histories. 6. Prospects. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
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Nations and Nationalism in a Global Era
Preface. Introduction. 1. A Cosmopolitan Culture?. 2. The Modernist Fallacy. 3. An Ethno--National Revival?. 4. The Crisis of the National State. 5. Supra-- or Super--Nationalism?. 6. In Defence ofExpand
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The Ethnic Revival
Preface Introduction 1. An 'ethnic revival'? 2. Uneven development 3. Language and community 4. Ethnic consciousness in pre-modern eras 5. Historicism 6. Bureaucracy and the intelligentsia 7. StateExpand
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The origins of nations
Abstract Although the nation, as a named community of history and culture, possessing a common territory, economy, mass education system and common legal rights, is a relatively modern phenomenon,Expand
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The Antiquity Of Nations
Acknowledgements. Introduction: Paradigms of Nationalism. PART I. THEORY. 1. The Myth of the 'Modern Nation'. 2. Memory and Modernity. 3. The Nation: Invented, Imagined Reconstructed?. 4. NationalismExpand
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In vivo monitoring of amino acids by microdialysis sampling with on-line derivatization by naphthalene-2,3-dicarboxyaldehyde and rapid micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
An analytical method was developed to monitor amino acids collected by in vivo microdialysis. Microdialysate was continuously derivatized on-line by mixing 6 mM naphthalene-2,3-dicarboxyaldehydeExpand
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Gastronomy or Geology? The Role of Nationalism in the Reconstruction of Nations
Abstract. This article considers the debate that has recently developed in studies of nationalism between those scholars who see the nation as a modern and constantly changing construction ex nihiloExpand
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The Ethnic Revival in the Modern World
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