The Politics of Ethnic Consciousness by Na Na
  

Synopsis

The Politics of Ethnic Consciousness by Na Na

The Politics of Ethnic Consciousness criticizes essentialist and unitary notions of ethnicity and shows the complex interaction between historical processes, recent political developments and competing views within and about ethnic groups. Welcoming the social constructionist turn, the editors disagree with its overemphasis on the arbitrary character of ethnic identification and the neglect of political economy. Contributions on such diverse regions as Brazil, Ghana, Macedonia and Sri Lanka, examine the multivocal process of the construction and reconstruction of ethnic identities through time.

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Format

Paperback
377 pages

Author

Na Na
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

Publication date

14th January 2014

ISBN

9781349615957


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