Globalization and Nationalism: The Cases of Georgia and the Basque Country

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction1
1.1Central Arguments5
1.2Theoretical Underpinnings and Methodology7
1.3Different Approaches to Contemporary Nationalism10
Chapter 2: Nationalism Resurgent: Central Paradox of the Global Era?15
2.1Defining Globalization16
2.2Defining Nationalism22
2.3Paradox of Nationalist Resurgence in the Era of Globalization26
2.4Summary: Constructing the Globalization Hypothesis34
Chapter 3: The Globalization Hypothesis and Its Fallacies35
3.1Nationalism Resurgent35
3.2Old and New Nationalisms41
3.3The Globalization Hypothesis: An Incomplete Picture55
3.4Conclusion65
Chapter 4: Globalization and Georgian Nationalism67
4.1The Beginnings: Georgian Nationalism in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries68
4.2The Soviet Legacy and Folklorization of Georgian Nationalism81
4.3Georgia's Post-Communist Nationalism: The Three Phases89
4.3.1Phase 4 A: National Fundamentalism89

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