Ethnicity and Democratisation in the New Europe

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Karl Cordell
Psychology Press, 1999 - 224 lappuses
A broad-ranging study that explores the complex relationship between ethnicity and democratization, focusing on specific case studies including France, Spain, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Russia, Albania and Hungary. Marrying the empirical and theoretical, the book begins by conceptualizing the nature of ethnicity and relating these ideas to different theories of democracy and democratization. The contributors locate ethnic experiences within a series of common frameworks to shed light on key issues such as:
* the effect of democratization and authoritarian rule on ethnic tensions
* the extent to which ethnicity is constructed as an ideological tool
* whether democracy can only function if all citizens are fully assimilated.
 

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aims and objectives
3
Ethnicity and democracy complementary or incompatible
11
Ethnicity in Western Europe today
24
Citizenship ethnicity and democratisation after
37
Critical reflections on the return of national minority
49
The OSCE and the internationalisation of national
61
Catalan nationalism and the democratisation process
77
Immigration policy and new ethnic minorities
91
Parties elections and the Slovene minority in Austria
106
The Albanian communities in the postcommunist
131
Minority rights and Roma politics in Hungary
145
the struggle for recognition
169
Official and academic discourse on ethnicity
183
The Tajik minority in contemporary Uzbekistan politics
197
whither Europe?
213
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Karl Cordell, University of Plymouth

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