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Gender, nation, narration : critical readings of cultural phenomena

  title={Gender, nation, narration : critical readings of cultural phenomena},
  author={Tuuli L{\"a}hdesm{\"a}ki},
  journal={Jyv{\"a}skyl{\"a} studies in humanities},
Within historical scholarship, the issues of the nation, nationalism, or feminism were for a long time totally isolated from each other. The conceptual scheme devised to properly grasp the inherently gendered characteristics of the nationbuilding process includes a distinction between the level of the state, the civil society and the family. Central role may or should be attributed in analysis to the growth and actual level of individualisation and the construction of a female subjectivity that… Expand
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