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National Myths : Constructed Pasts, Contested Presents,9780415631129

National Myths : Constructed Pasts, Contested Presents

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780415631129

ISBN10:
0415631122
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Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date:
5/23/2013
Publisher(s):
Routledge
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Summary

National myths are now seriously questioned, if not collapsing, in a number of societies. This collection draws together contributions from international experts to examine the present state of national myths, and their fate in today's rapidly-changing society. Can or must nations do without the sort of overarching symbolic configurations that national myths provide? If so, how to re-think the fabrics and the future of our societies?


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