Part 1. Introduction: National Identity in Eastern Europe after Communism -- Introduction: National Identity in Eastern Europe after Communism -- Part I. Dynamics of National Identity: Conceptual, Theoretical, and Methodological Approaches -- National Identity as a Process -- The Life Course and Social Change -- Methodology-- Part II. Empirical Research: Historical Experience and Intergenerational Differences -- The Ukrainians in Poland: Social Structure and History -- Homeland and Belonging as Factors of National Identity -- Overcoming the Past: Experience, Memory and the Present -- Talking about Identity and Prejudices: Interweaving Sameness and Otherness -- Religion, Language and Traditions in Everyday Life -- Conclusions: Explaining Heterogeneity in National Identity by Means of Generational Change.
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