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Forging the nation: National identity and nation building in post‐communist Russia
AFTER THE DOWNFALL OF THE USSR all the newly independent states had to embark on the road of nation building (defining 'who are we the people' and fostering the people's national identity, i.e. their
Nation, Ethnicity and Race on Russian Television: Mediating Post-Soviet Difference
Introduction: A Clash of Two Russias, a Tale of Two Cities 1. Television and Nationhood: The Broader Context Part 1 2. Mapping an Uncertain Terrain: An Overview of the Corpus 3. Re-Inventing Russia
Broadcasting agitainment: a new media strategy of Putin’s third presidency
ABSTRACT This article argues that accounts of the Russian media system that tend to view the time from Vladimir Putin’s rise to power in 2000 as a single homogenous period do not capture major
Russia's Own Orient
Russia's Own Orient: The Politics of Identity and Oriental Studies in the Late Imperial and Early Soviet Periods
Introduction: Russian Orientology and 'Oriental Renaissance' in Fin-de-Siecle Europe 1. Nation, Empire, and Regional Integration 2. Perceptions of East and West 3. Power and Knowledge 4. Critiques of
ORIENTALISM, NATIONALISM, AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY IN LATE IMPERIAL RUSSIA
  • Vera Tolz
  • Sociology
    The Historical Journal
  • 1 March 2005
Questioning Edward Said's controversial perception of European Oriental studies as a facilitator of imperialism, this article analyses the views and policies promoted in late imperial Russia by
From “Compatriots” to “Aliens”: The Changing Coverage of Migration on Russian Television
This article analyzes an anti-immigration campaign evident in 2012 and 2013 on the two main Russian state-aligned television channels, Channel 1 and Rossiia. This campaign marked a significant
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