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National Identity and International Relations
National identity and international relations
National Identification and Intergroup Relations

For many nationalism ‘builds its love with hate, its solidarity with exclusiveness, and its intensity of feeling with a narrowness of sympathy and understanding’ (Kitching, 1985: 116). Such a characterization of the relationship between ingroup identification and outgroup derogation would ...

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