Representations of the past in the Estonian Russian-language press: “own” or diaspora memory?

@article{Vihalemm2011RepresentationsOT,
  title={Representations of the past in the Estonian Russian-language press: “own” or diaspora memory?},
  author={Triin Vihalemm and V. Jakobson},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2011},
  volume={39},
  pages={705 - 731}
}
The article discusses the much-debated issue of collective identity among the Estonian Russian-speaking population from a different prism – based on representations of the past in the local Russian-language press in 2009. Assuming that representations of the past offer references for present-day identity construction, the study is aimed at revealing which identity patterns were supported and which were rejected by journalists and other speakers in the press. The analysis suggests that the… Expand
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