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Author Aktürk, Sener.
Title Regimes of ethnicity and nationhood in Germany, Russia, and Turkey [electronic resource] / Sener Aktürk.
Publication Info. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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Description 1 online resource.
Series Problems of international politics.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Regimes of ethnicity: comparative analysis of Germany, Soviet Union, post-Soviet Russia, and Turkey -- The challenges to the monoethnic regime in Germany, 1955 -- 1982 -- The construction of an assimilationist discourse and political hegemony: transition from a monoethnic to an antiethnic regime in Germany, 1982 -- 2000 -- Challenges to the ethnicity regime in Turkey: Alevi and Kurdish demands for recognition, 1923 -- 1980 -- From social democracy to Islamic multiculturalism: failed and successful attempts to reform the ethnicity regime in Turkey, 1980 -- 2009 -- The nation that wasn't there? Sovetskii Narod discourse, nation-building, and passport ethnicity, 1953 -- 1983 -- Ethnic diversity and state-building in post-Soviet Russia: removal of ethnicity from the internal passport and its aftermath, 1992 -- 2008 -- Dynamics of persistence and change in ethnicity regimes.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Ethnic groups -- Government policy -- Germany.
Ethnicity -- Political aspects -- Germany.
Germany -- Ethnic relations.
Ethnic groups -- Government policy -- Russia (Federation)
Ethnicity -- Political aspects -- Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation) -- Ethnic relations.
Ethnic groups -- Government policy -- Turkey.
Ethnicity -- Political aspects -- Turkey.
Turkey -- Ethnic relations.
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Related To Print version: Aktürk, Sener. Regimes of ethnicity and nationhood in Germany, Russia, and Turkey. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012 9781107021433 (DLC) 2012011975
ISBN 9781139840231 (electronic bk.)
1139840231 (electronic bk.)
9781107021433
110702143X
9781107614253
1107614252
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