Cultural Identity vs. Democracy/Mondialisation

  • Zlatko Kramarić

Abstract

This text is designed as an introduction to the examination processes and practices that allow us to picture the contemporary system of national states as ’a family of nations’. This imagined international community is not some supranational or cosmopolitan world; on the contrary, it is an international world, a world in which a global connectedness is understood as something constituted by the inter-relations between the individual nations.

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How to Cite
KRAMARIĆ, Zlatko. Cultural Identity vs. Democracy/Mondialisation. Култура/Culture, [S.l.], n. 3, p. 79-86, sep. 2014. ISSN 1857-7725. Available at: <https://journals.cultcenter.net/index.php/culture/article/view/102>. Date accessed: 20 june 2024.
Section
English Articles

Keywords

identity, nationalism, culture, politics, border/s