Today people's cultural identities are increasingly invoked in support of political claims, and these claims commonly lead to acrimony and violence. But what is 'cultural identity', and what is its political significance?
A PoliticalSociology of Education and Development in Latin America; the Conditioned State, Neoliberalism, and Educational Policy Arnove, Robert F. Torres, Alberto Franz, Stephen Morse, Kimberly.
International Journal of Comparative Sociology, Vol. 37, No. 1-2, June 1996
The PoliticalSociology of Foreign Direct Investment: Global Capitalism and Capital Mobility, 1965-1980 London, Bruce Ross, Robert J. S..
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States Wrestle with PoliticalEthics Lobbyists Are Often Criticized, but Drawing Up a Code to Restrict Lawmakers Can Be Difficult Scott Pendleton, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, November 13, 1990