Towards a typology of Suriname nationalism

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  title={Towards a typology of Suriname nationalism},
  author={Peter Meel},
  year={1998}
}
Study of Suriname nationalism and the mechanisms that foster and hamper its course. Uses Anthony Smith's National identity to determine the place Suriname nationalism occupies in the Smith's typological ranking of nationalisms. In the second section, the author discusses national myths, invented traditions, and monuments in Paramaribo to highlight the (cultural) problems of integration nationalism. Concludes that integration nationalism has been frustrated as a result of the strong forces of… 

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