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Invented Tradition

Invented tradition is a concept introduced in 1983 by Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm. It is utilized to explore distinctions between, on the one hand, life ways internally symbolic and aimed primarily for sharing with fellow cultural bearers, and on the other, those ways intended primarily for ...

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