National Cultures at the Grass-root Level

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Central European University Press, 2001 - Social Science - 452 pages
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Addresses the function of national identity in a modern society, for despite the trend towards globalization, the world continues to be riddled with national conflict.

Based upon autobiographies by individuals belonging to various national minorities, Kloskowska examines the effects of ethnic differences on personal identity and the appropriation of national culture.

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