Lind Inken. Sozialwissenschaftlicher Fachinformationsdienst: Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. (2007)
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Weaver Eric Beckett (Politológia, Történelem)
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2018-12-03T19:08:51.291+0000
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Weaver Eric Beckett. National Narcissism: The intersection of the nationalist cult and gender in Hungary. (2006) ISBN:3039107267; 9783039107261
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Lind Inken. Sozialwissenschaftlicher Fachinformationsdienst: Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. (2007)
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Beckett Weaver, Eric: National narcissism: the intersection of the nationalist cult and gender in Hungary, Bern: P. Lang 2006, 246 S. (Standort: BSB München(12)-2006.36795) INHALT: "National Narcissism offers a groundbreaking anthropological and sociological ap-proach to nationalism through an expose of the belief systems and psychology of extreme na-tionalists for whom nationalism is a form of religion. This theoretical approach is illustrated with examples primarily taken from Hungary, with a special focus in two chapters an the role of gender in nationalism. The state of politics and society in Hungary is also examined in a way that steps beyond the usual simplistic, flat narratives of 'what Hungarians are like', by stressing the broad variety of viewpoints current in Hungarian society, the milieu in which a small minority of extreme nationalists are able to make their voice heard out of proportion to their numbers or political support. The theory offered by National Narcissism has wide-ranging implications for the future study of extremist nationalism in nation-states throughout the world. Sociologists, anthropologists, nationalism studies specialists, social-psychologists, and historians of the recent past in Hungary will find that this theoretical book, richly illus-trated with examples from Hungarian society, challenges positive and negative stereotypes about nationalism, extremism, post-communism, central and eastern Europe, the European Union and, not least, about Hungarians themselves." (author's abstract)
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Lind Inken. Sozialwissenschaftlicher Fachinformationsdienst: Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. (2007)
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