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Nationalism and Discourse

Teun A. van Dijk

April 2013
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Allcock, J. B. (1989). In Praise of Chauvinism: Rhetorics of Nationalism in Yugoslav Politics. Third World Quarterly, 11(4), 208-222. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Amiran, R. (2009). Beyond the sacred language: On the liberal evolution of Hebrew in Jewish nationality. Nations and Nationalism, 15(4), 658-677. [Lg: English][[[[Ethnic ties] [Hebrew] [Hebrew women's poetry] [Jewish nationality] [Liberal discourse] [Vernacular] ]]]
Aoudjit, A. (2010). The Algerian novel and colonial discourse. Witnessing to a différend. New York: Peter Lang. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 9781433110740 (alk. paper)][Algerian fiction (French)][Literature and society][Opposition (Political science) in literature][Algerians in literature][Nationalism in literature][Imperialism in literature]]]
Arndt, H., & Janney, R. W. (1979). Interactional and Linguistic Models for the Analysis of Speech Data: An Integrative Approach. Sociologia Internationalis, 17, 1-2, 3-45. [[[theoretical linguistics] [sociolinguistics] [interpersonal behavior] [discourse analysis] ]]
Arnott, M., & Ozga, J. (2010). Education and nationalism: the discourse of education policy in Scotland. Discourse-Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 31(3), 335-350. [[[discourse; governance; education; nationalism; scotland; globalization; england; ]]]

Augoustinos, M., Tuffin, K., & Rapley, M. (1999). Genocide of a failure to gel? Racism, history and nationalism in Australian talk. Discourse & Society, 10(3), 351-378.

Augoustinos, M., Tuffin, K., & Rapley, M. (1999). Genocide or a failure to gel? Racism, history and nationalism in Australian talk. Discourse and Society, 10(3), 351-378. [Lg: English][[[[Australian race relations] [Discourse analysis] [Modern racism] [Ordinary talk] ]]]
Baik, J. W. (2010). East Asian perspective on Taiwanese identity: A critical reading of 'overcoming the division system' of Taiwan: A radical quarterly in social studies. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 11(4), 591-604. [Lg: English][[[[Cross-strait issue] [Division system discourse] [East asia] [National literature discourse] [Postnation] [Reunification] [Sinocentrism] [Taiwanese nationalism] [Taiwanization] [Third world discourse] ]]]
Baruh, L., & Popescu, M. (2008). Guiding metaphors of nationalism: the Cyprus issue and the construction of Turkish national identity in online discussions. Discourse & Communication, 2(1), 79-96. [[[archetypal metaphors; blood; cyprus; greece; nationalism; turkey; politics; gender; women; communication]]]
Beinin, J. (1987). The Communist Movement and Nationalist Political Discourse in Nasirist Egypt. Middle East Journal, 41(4), 568-584. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Bell, D. (1993). Culture and Politics in Ireland: Postmodern Revisions (Irish Nationalism, History and Literary Discourse). History of European Ideas, 16(1-3), 141-146. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Bellezza, S. A. (2008). The Discourse over the Nationality Question in Nazi-occupied Ukraine: The Generalbezirk Dnjepropetrowsk, 1941-3. Journal of Contemporary History, 43(4), 573-+. [[[collaboration; nationalism; nazi occupation; second world war; ukraine; eastern-europe; soviet-union; collaboration; history]]]

Berman, R. A. (1998). Enlightenment or empire. Colonial discourse in German culture. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0803212844 (alk. paper)][Imperialism][Nationalism][National characteristics, German]]]

Bhattacharya, S., Bara, J., Yagati, C. R., & Jawaharlal Nehru University. (Eds.). (2003). Educating the nation. Documents on the discourse of national education in India, 1880-1920. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, Distributors in association with Educational Records Research Unit, Jawaharlal Nehru University. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 8173915849][Nationalism and education][Educational change][Education]]]
Billig, M. (1993). Nationalism and Richard Rorty: the text as a flag for the Pax Americana. New Left Review, 202, 69-83. [[[CDA] [political discourse]]]
Billig, M. (1995). Banal Nationalism. London: Sage. [[[CDA] [bib] [b] [political discourse] [racism]]]
Billig, M. (1995). Nationalism as an international ideology: imagining nation, others and the world of nations. In G. Breakwell & E. Lyons (Eds.), Changing European Identities. Oxford: Pergamon. [[[CDA] [political discourse]]]
Billig, M. (1995). Socio-psychological aspects of nationalism: imagining ingroups, others and the world of nations. In K. von Benda-Beckmann & M. Verkuyten (Eds.), Collective Identities and Development in Europe. London: University of London Press. [[[CDA] [political discourse]]]
Bishop, H., & Jaworski, A. (2003). We Beat Em: Nationalism and the Hegemony of Homogeneity in the British Press Reportage of Germany Versus England During Euro 2000. Discourse & Society, 14(3), 243-271.
Bjørgo, T. (1994). Extreme Nationalism in Scandinavia: The Rhetoric of the Resistance, Traitors, and Foreign Invaders. Internasjonal Politikk, 52(1), 3-34. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]

Bjørgo, T. (1995). Extreme Nationalism and Violent Discourses in Scandinavia: 'The Resistance', 'Traitors', and 'Foreign Invaders'. Terrorism And Political Violence, 7(1), 182-220. [[[denmark] [migration immigration and emigration] [nationalism] [nazi movement all nations] [norway] [scandinavian countries] [sweden] [violence ]]]

Blackledge, A. (2002). The discursive construction of national identity in multilingual Britain. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 1(1), 67-87. [[national identity][multilingual Britain][language ideologies][social justice][news media][hegemony][discourse][Language][Multilingualism][Nationalism][Social Identity][Society]]
Blommaert, J., & Verschueren, J. (1992). The role of language in European nationalist ideologies. Pragmatics, 2(3), 355-375. [[[CDA] [racism] [discourse] [political discourse]]]
Bloom, L. (1995). Ghosts of Ethnicity: Rethinking Art Discourses of the 1940s and 1980s. Socialist Review, 1-2, 129-163. [[[ethnicity and ethnic groups] [contemporary europe] [jews jewish people] [modern political philosophy] [nationalism ]]]
Blumbergs, A. J. (2008). The Nationalization of Latvians and the Issue of Serfdom. The Baltic German Literary Contribution in the 1780s and 1790s. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 9781604975567 (alk. paper)][Nationalism][Peasantry][Discourse analysis]]]
Bozatzis, N. (2009). Occidentalism and accountability: constructing culture and cultural difference in majority Greek talk about the minority in Western Thrace. Discourse & Society, 20(4), 431-453. [[[accountability; banal nationalism; critical discursive social psychology; muslim minority in greece; national categories; occidentalism; representations of culture; representations of cultural difference; ethnic-minorities; prejudice; conversation; dis

Braithwaite, K., Shepherd, V., & Richards, G. L. (Eds.). (2002). Questioning Creole. Creolisation discourses in Caribbean culture : in honour of Kamau Braithwaite. Kingston, Jamaica Oxford: Ian Randle Publishers James Currey Publishers. [[[b][Language and culture][Identity (Psychology)][Nationalism][Ethnicity][Social change]]]

Branach-Kallas, A., & Wieckowska, K. (Eds.). (2004). The nation of the other. Constructions of nation in contemporary cultural and literary discourses. Torun: Wydawn. Uniwersytetu Mikolaja Kopernika. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 8323117020][Nationalism][Nationalism in literature][Nationalism and literature][Other (Philosophy) in literature][Minorities in literature]]]
Brown, J. A., & Ferree, M. M. (2005). Close your eyes and think of England - Pronatalism in the British print media. Gender & Society, 19(1), 5-24. [[[pronatalism; fertility; reproduction; immigration; nationalism; great britain; media; feminism; discourse; gender; discourse; family; policies; welfare; sociology; women's studies]]]
Brunner, J. (2000). Will, desire and experience: Etiology and ideology in the German and Austrian medical discourse on war neuroses, 1914-1922. Transcultural Psychiatry, 37 (3), 295-320. [[[nationalist ideology and proposed etiologies for war neuroses among WWI soldiers advanced by German and Austro-Hungarian army neuropsychiatrists and Freud]]]
Buell, F. (1998). Nationalist Postnationalism: Globalist Discourse in Contemporary American Culture. American quarterly, 50(3), 548-591.
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Cabrera Varela, J. (1992). La nación como discurso: La estructura del sistema ideológico nacionalista : el caso gallego. Madrid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas Siglo Veintiuno de Espana Editores. [[[b] [Nationalism; Discourse analysis; Galician language; Language and languages]]]

Cao, Q. (2010). The re-imagined West in Chinese television: A case study of the CCTV documentary series the rise of the great powers. Journal of Language and Politics, 9(4), 615-633. [Lg: English][[[[Chinese image of the West] [Chinese nationalism] [Chinese television] [Media discourse] [Media narrative] ]]]
Casier, M. (2010). Turkey's Kurds and the quest for recognition: Transnational politics and the EU-Turkey accession negotiations. Ethnicities, 10(1), 3-25. [Lg: English][[[[Discourse framing] [Kurdish nationalism] [Linguistic and ethnic minorities] [Transnationalism] [Turkey-EU accession negotiations] ]]]
Cauvet, P. (2011). Deterritorialisation, reterritorialisation, nations and states: Irish nationalist discourses on nation and territory before and after the Good Friday Agreement. GeoJournal, 76(1), 77-91. [Lg: English][[[[Critical geopolitics] [Deterritorialisation] [Ireland] [Nationalism] [Partition] [Political geography] [Reterritorialisation] [Territoriality] ]]]
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Chatterjee, P. (1993). Nationalist thought and the colonial world. A derivative discourse. University of Minn. Press. [[[b] [Nationalism/Developing countries] [Developing countries/Politics and government] [political discourse] [CDA]]]

Chavez, D. (2006). Tomochic: Nationalist narrative, homogenizing late nineteenth-century discourse and society in Mexico. Chasqui-Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana, 35(2), 72-88. [[[literary reviews]]]
Chávez, D. (2006). Tomochic: nationalist narrative, homogenizing late nineteenth-century discourse and society in Mexico. Chasqui: revista de literatura latinoamericana, 35(2), 72-88.
Cherepanova, R. (2010). Discourse on a Russian "Sonderweg": European models in Russian disguise. Studies in East European Thought, 62(3), 315-329. [Lg: English][[[[Enlightenment] [Industrial society] [Messianism] [Nationalism] [Romanticism] [Special path (Sonderweg)] [The Other] [Westernizers and Slavophiles] ]]]
Cho, Y. C. (2011). North Korea's Nationalist Discourse: A Critical Interpretation. Korea Observer, 42(2), 311-343. [[[area studies; international relations]]]
Choueiri, Y. M. (2003). Modern Arab historiography. Historical discourse and the nation-state. London New York: RoutledgeCurzon. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0700716505 (pbk.)][Historiography][Nationalism]]]
Conversi, D. (1990). Language or Race: The Choice of Core Values in the Development of Catalan and Basque Nationalisms. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 13(1), 50-70. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Cozzi, A. (2010). The discourses of food in nineteenth-century British fiction. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 9780230104334][English literature][Dickens, Charles][Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn][Hardy, Thomas][Food in literature][Nationalism in literature]]]

Czyzewski, M., Gülich, E., Hausendorf, H., & Kastner, M. (Eds.). (1995). Nationale Selbst- und Fremdbilder im Gespräch. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. [[[b] [nationalism] [racism] [conversation] [Germany] [Eastern Europe] [political discourse] [CDA]]]

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Davies, P. (1999). The National Front in France. Ideology, discourse, and power. London New York: Routledge. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0415158664 (hc.)][Nationalism][Political oratory]]]
Deam, L. (1998). Flemish versus Netherlandish: A discourse on nationalism (Fifteenth-century artistic traditions of panel painting and consequential identity-building efforts in nineteenth-century Europe). Renaissance Quarterly, 51(1), 1-33. [[[medieval & renaissance studies]]]
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Detrez, R., & Blommaert, J. (Eds.). (1994). Nationalisme: Kritische opstellen. (Nationalism. Critical essays). Berchem: EPO. [[[CDA] [racism] [discourse] [political discourse]]]
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Devare, A. (2009). Secularizing Religion: Hindu Extremism as a Modernist Discourse. International Political Sociology, 3(2), 156-175. [[[nationalism; political science; sociology]]]

Dick, H. P. (2011). Language and Migration to the United States. Annual Review of Anthropology, vol 40, 40, 227-240. [[[indexicality; racialization; chronotopes; linguistic nationalism; deterritorialization; migration; white public space; illegal immigration; globalization; identity; anthropology; politics; race; sociolinguistics; commodification; discourse; ]]]
Dogan, S. N. (2010). From national humiliation to difference: The image of the Circassian beauty in the discourses of Circassian diaspora nationalists. New Perspectives on Turkey, (42), 77-101. [[[social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]
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Duany, J. (2010). The Orlando Ricans: Overlapping Identity Discourses Among Middle-Class Puerto Rican Immigrants. Centro Journal, 22(1), 85-115. [[[puerto ricans; orlando; identity; transnationalism; panethnicity; racialization; transnationalism; migration; area studies]]]
Dunn, K. M. (2005). Repetitive and troubling discourses of nationalism in the local politics of mosque development in Sydney, Australia. Environment and Planning D-Society & Space, 23(1), 29-50.
Duzgit, S. A., & Suvarierol, S. (2011). Turkish Accession and Defining the Boundaries of Nationalism and Supranationalism: Discourses in the European Commission. South European Society and Politics, 16(3), 469-482. [[[government & law; social issues]]]

Echevarria, I. V. (2000). The damage of discourse: Notes on violence in the Basque country / Estragos do discurso: Notas sobre a violencia no pais basco. Agora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalitica, 3 (2), 137-156. [[[discourse] [nationalism] [violence] [terrorism] [psychoanalytic theory]]]

Edge, S. J. (2004). Photographic history and the visual appearance of an Irish Nationalist discourse 1840-1870. Victorian Literature and Culture, 32(1), 17-39. [[[poetry]]]
Eppel, M. (2012). The Arab States and the 1948 War in Palestine: The Socio-Political Struggles, the Compelling Nationalist Discourse and the Regional Context of Involvement. Middle Eastern Studies, 48(1), 1-31. [[[area studies]]]
Erjavec, K., & Volcic, Z. (2007). The Kosovo battle: Media's recontextualization of the Serbian nationalistic discourses. Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics, 12(3), 67-86. [[[serbia; kosovo; nationalism; nationalistic journalism; recontextualization; war; communication; political science]]]
Erlank, N. (2003). Gender and masculinity in South African nationalist discourse, 1912-1950. Feminist Studies, 29(3), 653-671. [[[women's studies]]]
Every, D., & Augoustinos, M. (2008). Constructions of Australia in pro- and anti-asylum seeker political discourse. Nations and Nationalism, 14(3), 562-580. [[[ethnic studies; international relations; political science]]]
Eves, R. (2011). 'Great Signs from Heaven': Christian Discourses of the End of the World from New Ireland. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 12(1), 13-28. [[[globalisation; pentecostalism; apocalyptic christianity; melanesia; new ireland; papua-new-guinea; continuity thinking; melanesian society; globalization; transnationalism; fundamentalism; apocalypticism; anthropology; movements; politics; anthropology

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Falaiye, M. (Ed.). (2003). African spirit and Black nationalism. A discourse in African and African American studies. Lagos, Nigeria: Foresight Press. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 9783531247 (pbk.)][Nationalism][Black power][Blacks in literature][Blacks]]]
Flitter, D. (2000). Icons and imperatives in the construction of Galician identity: The "Xeracion Nos" (Disputing the Galician nationalist discourse). Forum for Modern Language Studies, 36(3), 296-309. [[[literature]]]
Fonte, I. (2002). La nación cubana y Estados Unidos. Un estudio del discurso periodístico (1906-1921). México, D.F. Iztapalapa, México, D.F.: El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa. [[[b] [language] [politics][Discourse analysis][Journalism][Mass media and language][Nationalism]]]
Fonte, I., & Colegio de México. (2002). La nación cubana y Estados Unidos. Un estudio del discurso periodístico (1906-1921). México, D.F. Iztapalapa, México, D.F.: El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa. [[[b][Lg: spa][ISBN: 968121059X][Discourse analysis][Journalism][Mass media and language][Nationalism]]]
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Gale, P. (2004). The refugee crisis and fear: Populist politics and media discourse. Journal of Sociology, 40(4), 321-340. [Lg: English][[[[Asylum seekers] [Border protection] [Media] [Nationalism] [Racism] [Refugees] [Whiteness] ]]]
Garapich, M. P. (2010). "I left just like that⋯" challenging discourses on migration . Je suis parti juste comme ca Le discours migratoire et ses contestations. Ethnologie Francaise, 40(2), 235-243. [Lg: French][[[[Contestation] [Dominant discourse] [Migration] [Nationalism] [Poland] ]]]
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Giulianotti, R. (2011). Sport, transnational peacemaking, and global civil society: Exploring the reflective discourses of "sport, development, and peace" project officials. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 35(1), 50-71. [Lg: English][[[[development] [global civil society] [peacemaking] [sport] [transnationalism] ]]]

Giulianotti, R. (2011). Sport, Transnational Peacemaking, and Global Civil Society: Exploring the Reflective Discourses of "Sport, Development, and Peace" Project Officials. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 35(1), 50-71. [[[sport; development; peacemaking; transnationalism; global civil society; reconciliation; africa; social sciences - other topics; sociology]]]

Glissant, E., & Dash, J. M. (1989). Caribbean discourse. Selected essays. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0813912199][Blacks][Nationalism and literature][Caribbean literature (French)]]]
Graeger, N. (2011). 'Home and away'? Internationalism and territory in the post-1990 Norwegian defence discourse. Cooperation and Conflict, 46(1), 3-20. [[[international relations; government & law]]]
Greenwalt, K. A. (2009). Discourse, narrative, and national identity: The case of France. Harvard Educational Review, 79 (3), 494-519.[[[Lg: English] [schooling][student understanding][French national identity][secondary students][discourse][narrative][Discourse Analysis][Narratives][Nationalism][Secondary Education]]]
Gullestad, M. (1997). A passion for boudaries: Reflections on connections between the everyday lives of children and discourses on the nation in contemporary Norway. Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 4(1), 19-42. [[[childhood and emphasis on boundaries and contemporary theories about nationalism and national identity] [Norway]]]
Han, L. (2011). "Lucky Cloud" Over the World: The Journalistic Discourse of Nationalism beyond China in the Beijing Olympics Global Torch Relay. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 28(4), 275-291. [[[communication]]]
Harro-Loit, H., & Koresaar, E. (2010). National Temporality and Journalistic Practice: Temporalising Anniversary Events in Estonian Television News. Trames-Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 14(4), 323-341. [[[anniversary journalism; news discourse; television; cultural memory; nationalism; chronotype; collective memory; time; authority; story; tell; humanities, multidisciplinary; social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]

Hatem, (1989). Egyptian Upper - and Middle-Class Women's Early Nationalist Discourses on National Liberation and Peace. Women And Politics, 9(3), 49-70. [[[egypt] [liberty] [women's liberation feminism]]]

Hatem, M. F. (2001). How the Gulf War changed the AAUG's discourse on Arab nationalism and gender politics. Middle East Journal, 55(2), 277-296. [[[area studies]]]
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Iliycheva, M. (2005). "Faithful until death": Sports fans and nationalist discourse in Bulgarian Internet forums. Polish Sociological Review, (151), 251-270. [[[sociology]]]

Ioncioaia, F. (2003). Manifold identity: ethno-nationalism and european Ethos in the romanian public discourse at the beginning of the tweltieth century. Southeastern Europe = L'Europe du Sud-Est, 30, 27-38.
Iskander, E. (2012). The 'mediation' of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt: the strategies and discourses of the official Egyptian press during Mubarak's presidency. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 23(1), 31-44. [[[media; egypt; nationalism; sectarianism; muslim-christian relations; identity; state; religion]]]
Ito, K. (2002). Values of Pure Science: Nishina Yoshio Wartime Discourse Between Nationalism and Physics, 1940-1945. Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 33(P1), 61-86.
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Jessop, B., & Oosterlynck, S. (2008). Cultural political economy: On making the cultural turn without falling into soft economic sociology. Geoforum, 39(3), 1155-1169. [[[semiosis; critical discourse analysis; hegemony; cultural political economy; belgium; accumulation strategy; state project; nationalism; regionalization; space; regions; geography]]]
Johannesson, I. A. (2005). Icelandic nationalism and the Kyoto protocol: an analysis of the discourse on global environmental change in Iceland. Environmental Politics, 14(4), 495-509. [[[environmental studies; political science]]]
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Khan, S. (2006). Systems of medicine and nationalist discourse in India: Towards "new horizons" in medical anthropology and history. Social Science & Medicine, 62(11), 2786-2797. [[[india; medical pluralism; alternative medicine; nationalist discourse; ayurveda and unani systems; knowledge systems; allopathic medicine; perspective; public, environmental & occupational health; social sciences, biomedical]]]
Kim, N. H. J. (2009). Framing multiple others and international norms: The migrant worker advocacy movement and Korean national identity reconstruction. Nations and Nationalism, 15(4), 678-695. [Lg: English][[[[Discourse] [International norms] [Migration] [National identity] [South Korea] ]]]
Kirkland, R. (2003). Dialogues of despair: Nationalist cultural discourse and the revival in the North of Ireland, 1900-20. Irish University Review, 33(1), 64-78. [[[literary reviews]]]

Krupnick, M. (1989). Edward Said: Discourse and Palestinian Rage. Tikkun, 4(6), 21-24. [[[arab world including its culture] [israel] [jews jewish people] [nationalism] [occupied territories] [religion in general] [zionism ]]]

Krupnick, M. (1989). Edwards Said: Discourse and Palestinian Rage. Tikkun, 4(6), 21-24. [[[ethnicity and ethnic groups] [israel] [nationalism] [occupied territories] [political movement] [political organization]]]
Lazarus, N. (1993). Disavowing Decolonization - Fanon, Nationalism, and the Problematic of Representation in Current Theories of Colonial Discourse. Research in African Literatures, 24(4), 69-98. [[[figures; literature, african, australian, canadian]]]
Lea, S. J. (1996). 'That ism on the end makes it nasty': Talking about race with young White South Africans. South African Journal of Psychology, 26(3), 183-190. [[[discourse analysis of talks about race & racism, young White South Africans who defined themselves as Nationalist, South Africa] [Discourse Analysis; Nationalism; Racial and Ethnic Attitudes; Racism; South Africa; Adulthood; Whites]]
Little, A. (2012). Disjunctured narratives: rethinking reconciliation and conflict transformation. International Political Science Review, 33(1), 82-98. [[[discourse; nationalism; northern ireland; post-structuralism; reconciliation; unionism; south-africa; government & law]]]
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Longva, A. N. (2006). Nationalism in pre-modern guise: The discourse on Hadhar and Badu in Kuwait. International Journal of Middle East Studies, 38(2), 171-187. [[[area studies]]]

Malinova, O., Casula, P., Lecours, A., & Moreno Fernández, L. (2010). Political and national identity in Russian political discourse. In: Nationalism and Democracy: dichotomies, complementarities, oppositions. (pp. 170-183). Abingdon [etc.: Routledge.
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Mann, H. S. (1994). Cracking-India, Minority Women-Writers and the Contentious Margins of Indian Nationalist Discourse. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 29(2), 71-94. [[[literature, african, australian, canadian]]]
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Mayorga, F., & Mayorga, F. (1993). Discurso y política en Bolivia. [La Paz, Bolivia]: CERES ILDIS. [[[b] [political discourse analysis][Nationalism]]]

McCaughan, E. (1997). Reinventing revolution: The renovation of left discourse in Cuba and Mexico. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press. [[[b] [Socialism; Nationalism; Right and left (Political science)]]]

McCormick, S. (2003). Earning one's inheritance: Rhetorical criticism, everyday talk, and the analysis of public discourse. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 89 (2), 109-131. [[[everyday talk] [rhetorical criticism] [racial stereotypes] [public discourse] [A. Simmons] [integrationist and nationalist speaking] [African Americans] [oratorical influence] [speaking ability] [persuasion]]]
Meeuwis, M. (1993). Nationalist ideology in news reporting on the Yugoslav crisis: a pragmatic analysis. Journal of Pragmatics, 20(3), 217-237. [[[CDA] [racism] [discourse] [political discourse]]]
Melegh, A. (2006). On the east-west slope. Globalization, nationalism, racism and discourses on Eastern Europe. New York: Central European University Press. [[[b]]]
Mihelj, S., Bajt, V., & Pankov, M. (2009). Television news, narrative conventions and national imagination. Discourse & Communication, 3(1), 57-78. [[[celebratory reporting; crisis reporting; journalistic conventions; narrative; nationalism; news genres; press; identity; newspapers; form; communication]]]
Moaddel, M. (2005). Islamic modernism, nationalism, and fundamentalism. Episode and discourse. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [[[b][Islam and politics][Religion and politics][Islamic modernism][Islamic fundamentalism][Nationalism]]]
Mole, R. (2011). Nationality and sexuality: homophobic discourse and the 'national threat' in contemporary Latvia. Nations and Nationalism, 17(3), 540-560. [[[discourse; homophobia; latvia; nationality; othering; sexuality; prejudice; attitudes; gender; europe; ethnic studies; government & law; sociology]]]

Mondal, A. (2002). The emblematics of gender and sexuality in Indian nationalist discourse. Modern Asian Studies, 36(4), 913-936. [[[area studies]]]

Moses, J. (2010). Liberal internationalist discourse and the use of force: Blair, Bush and beyond. International Politics, 47(1), 26-51. [[[foreign policy; liberal values; humanitarianism; democracy; globalisation; democratic-peace; foreign-policy; legacies; affairs; kant; international relations; political science]]]
Moyo, L. (2010). The global citizen and the international media: A comparative analysis of cnn and xinhua's coverage of the tibetan crisis. International Communication Gazette, 72(2), 191-207. [Lg: English][[[[Cosmopolitanism] [Discourse analysis] [Global citizen] [Global corporate media] [Globalization] [Human rights] [Ideology] [Internal colonization] [Myth] [Nationalism] [Neoliberal globalization] ]]]
Mutekwa, A. (2009). Gendered beings, gendered discourses: The gendering of race, colonialism and anti-colonial nationalism in three Zimbabwean novels. Social Identities, 15(5), 725-740. [Lg: English][[[[Aanti-colonial] [Colonialism] [Gender] [Nationalism] [Race] [Zimbabwe] ]]]
Myers, D. (1993). From Empire Feudalism and Racism to Commonwealth Citizenship: The View of Four Female Intruders in the Colonial Tropics. In R. K. Dhawan, & D. Kerr (Eds.), Australian Literature Today. (pp. 80-97). New Delhi: Indian Soc. for Commonwealth Studies. [[[Australian literature] [1900 1999] [Gunn, Jeannie] [We of the Never Never] [prose] [relationship to British imperialism] [colonialism] [feudalism] [racism] [internationalism] [political discourse] [CDA]]]

Nagel, C. R., & Staeheli, L. A. (2008). Integration and the negotiation of 'here' and 'there': the case of British Arab activists. Social & Cultural Geography, 9(4), 415-430. [[[integration; transnationalism; social cohesion; british arabs; immigrant assimilation; transnationalism; politics; multiculturalism; segregation; citizenship; discourses; policy; state; communities; geography]]]

Najera-Ramirez, O. (1994). Engendering Nationalism: Identity, Discourse, and the Mexican Charro. Anthropological Quarterly, 67(1), 1-14. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
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Najeraramirez, O. (1994). Engendering Nationalism: Identity, Discourse, and the Mexican Charro. Anthropological Quarterly, 67(1), 1-14.
Neumann, B. (2005). Literary-historical interventions: Nationalistic functionalisations of literary historical writing taking the example of the English and French discourse on "classisicm" and "Romanticism". Anglia-Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie, 123(3), 381-413.
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O'Doherty, K., & Augoustinos, M. (2008). Protecting the Nation: Nationalist Rhetoric on Asylum Seekers and the Tampa. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 18(6), 576-592. [[[asylum seekers; australia; immigration; discourse analysis; nationalism; nationalist discourse; racism; tampa; stolen generations; identity; construction; racism; talk; psychology, social]]]
Pandian, M. S. S. (1993). Denationalising the Past: Nation in E.V. Ramasamy Political Discourse. Economic and Political Weekly, 28(42), 2282-2287. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]

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Pape, W. (Ed.). (1993). 1870/71-1989/90. German unifications and the change of literary discourse. Berlin New York: W. de Gruyter. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 3110138786 (alk. paper)][German literature][Nationalism in literature][Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871]]]
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Pillai, P., & Kline, S. L. (1998). Tracking the Nation: Discourses of Internationalism and Transnational Agricultural Corporations. Media Culture & Society, 20(4), 593+.

Prentice, S. (2010). Using automated semantic tagging in Critical Discourse Analysis: A case study on Scottish independence from a Scottish nationalist perspective. Discourse & Society, 21(4), 405-437. [[[automated semantic tagging; corpus linguistics; critical discourse analysis; discursive strategies; ideology; national identity; scottish nationalism; word sense disambiguation; asylum seekers; uk press; refugees; corpora; communication; psychology, mu
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Sarigil, Z. (2010). Curbing Kurdish ethno-nationalism in Turkey: an empirical assessment of pro-Islamic and socio-economic approaches. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 33(3), 533-553. [[[ethno-nationalism; kurds; islamic brotherhood; income; education; logit; political islam; conflict; identity; party; resurgence; discourse; question; crisis; rise; ethnic studies; sociology]]]

Sarkar, S. (2008). Nationalism and poverty: discourses of development and culture in 20th century India. Third World Quarterly, 29(3), 429-445. [[[planning & development]]]
Sasson, T., & Tabory, E. (2010). Converging political cultures: How globalization is shaping the discourses of American and Israeli Jews. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 16(1), 22-41. [Lg: English]
Scholten, P., & Holzhacker, R. (2009). Bonding, bridging and ethnic minorities in the Netherlands: changing discourses in a changing nation. Nations and Nationalism, 15(1), 81-100. [[[ethnic studies; international relations; political science]]]
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Sheyholislami, J. (2010). Identity, language, and new media: the Kurdish case. Language Policy, 9(4), 289-312. [[[minority language media; kurdish; language policy; critical discourse analysis; language and identity; sociology of language; discourse; nationalism; diaspora; internet; online; education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]

Shibata, Y. (2009). The fantasmatic stranger in polish nationalism: Critical discourse analysis of LPR's homophobic discourse. Polish Sociological Review, 166(2), 251-271. [Lg: English][[[[Critical discourse analysis (CDA)] [Homophobia] [LPR] [Nationalism] [Stranger] [The critique of fantasy] ]]]
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Skenderovic, D. (2007). Immigration and the radical right in Switzerland: ideology, discourse and opportunities. Patterns of Prejudice, 41(2), 155-176. [[[immigration; immigration policy; nationalism; neo-racism; radical-right parties; swiss political parties; switzerland; xenophobia; western-europe; swiss elections; parties; politics; ethnic studies; history]]]
Smith, K. (2010). Assuring quality in transnational higher education: A matter of collaboration or control? Studies in Higher Education, 35(7), 793-806. [Lg: English][[[[Discourse analysis] [Higher education] [Internationalisation] [Quality assurance] [Transnational] ]]]
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Solís, F. L. (2003). Negotiating Spain and Catalonia. Competing narratives of national identity. Bristol, UK Portland, OR, USA: intellect. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 1841500771][National characteristics, Spanish][National characteristics, Catalan][Nationalism][Nationalism][Discourse analysis, Narrative][Discourse analysis, Narrative]]]

Staab, S., & Maher, K. H. (2006). The dual discourse about Peruvian domestic workers in Santiago de Chile: Class, race, and a nationalist project. Latin American Politics and Society, 48(1), 87-116. [[[area studies; international relations; political science]]]
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Taylor, L. J. (1993). Peters-Pence: Official Catholic Discourse and Irish Nationalism in the 19th-Century. History of European Ideas, 16(1-3), 103-107. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
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Wilson, J., & Stapleton, K. (2007). The discourse of resistance: Social change and policing in Northern Ireland. Language in Society, 36(3), 393-425. [[[policing; northern ireland; nationalists; discourse; habitus; resistance; pragmatic blocking; social theory; royal-ulster-constabulary; extreme-case formulations; conversation; voices; even; linguistics; sociology]]]
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Yadav, A. (1994). Nationalism and Contemporaneity, Political-Economy of a Discourse. Cultural Critique, (26), 191-229. [[[humanities, multidisciplinary; sociology]]]
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Yuval-Davis, N. (1996). Women and the biological reproduction of 'The Nation.' Women's Studies International Forum, 19(1), 17-24. [[womens role][biological reproduction][nation][power discourse][eugenist discourse][Malthusian discourse][Biology][Nationalism][Sex Role Attitudes][Sexual Reproduction]]
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