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Branding Post-Communist Nations : Marketizing National Identities in the “New” Europe
List of Figures Preface Part I: Promises and Problems of Post-communist Nation Branding 1: Nation Branding in Post-communist Europe: Identities, Markets, and Democracy, Nadia Kaneva 2: SystemicExpand
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National identity lite
This article examines the efforts of post-communist Romania and Bulgaria to reinvent their national images through the use of nation branding. After the collapse of communism in 1989, formerExpand
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Pin-ups, strippers and centerfolds: Gendered mediation and post-socialist political culture
This article focuses on a ‘new generation’ of female politicians in Central and Eastern Europe who have emerged in the post-socialist context. These women are found in various countries and theirExpand
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“We are Romanian, Not Roma”: Nation Branding and Postsocialist Discourses of Alterity
This article examines how nation branding intersects with a transnational discourse about Europe's “Roma problem.” We undertake a critical discourse analysis of “Romanians in Europe,” a brandingExpand
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The Branded National Imagination and Its Limits: Insights from the Post-Socialist Experience
Abstract This article traces the limits of branding as a tool for (re)constructing nations as 'imagined communities' (Anderson 1983). Drawing on examples from post-socialist Eastern Europe, I analyseExpand
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Nation Branding and Commercial Nationalism: Notes for a Materialist Critique
On March 21, 2014, in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, a select group of government officials, foreign diplomats, tourism executives, NGO representatives, and members of the media gathered in the ritzyExpand
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Fundamentalisms and the media
Introduction Stewart M. Hoover (University of Colorado - Boulder, USA) & Nadia Kaneva (University of Denver, USA) Part I: Histories 1 What Can Peacebuilders Learn From Fundamentalists? R. ScottExpand
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