Patriotism in the lives of individuals and nations

Daniel Bar-Tal (Editor), Ervin Staub (Editor)

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Abstract

[This] book is multidisciplinary. Psychologists, sociologists, philosophers, a political scientist, and an historian shed light on the phenomenon of patriotism. Although the authors are guided by different disciplinary traditions, perspectives, and approaches, this book provides a systematic, holistic, and coherent analysis of patriotism.
[The contributors contend] that patriotism is a major societal force that shapes not only the identity and behavior of members of nations, but also profoundly affects a variety of intragroup and intergroup processes. . . . The ideology of patriotism serves as a foundation for groups and for the creation of national solidarity and mobilization.
[This book] not only aims to begin to make up for [the neglect of patriotism in social science literature], but also to instigate future conceptual and empirical studies that can shed additional light on patriotism.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationChicago
PublisherNelson-Hall
Number of pages336
ISBN (Print)083041410X, 9780830414109
StatePublished - 1997

Publication series

NameNelson-Hall series in psychology
PublisherNelson-Hall

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Patriotism

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