4 edition of Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics found in the catalog.
Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics
Tom G. Svensson
by [Dept. of social anthropology, Univ. of Stockholm] in Stockholm
Written in English
|Statement||Tom G. Svensson.|
|Series||Stockholm studies in social anthropology ;, 4|
|LC Classifications||DL641.L35 S9313 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||279 p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||78360977|
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Ethnicity As A Political Cleavage Abstract This paper examines the significance of ethnicity as a political cleavage across African nations over time. While scholars have studied the influence of ethnicity in structuring party politics in Africa, those studies have largely been . The disintegration of the Soviet Union is an essential case for the study of ethnic politics and identity-based mobilization. However, analyses in this article demonstrate that commonly used measures of ethnic diversity and politically relevant group concentration show little consistent relationship with events of ethnic mobilization in Soviet regions during the period Cited by: 5.
Concerning politics of ethnicity and nationalism, there are ways in which the democratic political institution exacerbates or mitigates the differences between ethnic groups in a political arena. The democratic political institution intensifies differences in ethnic groups, which leads to their separation. In this timely book Milton J. Esman surveys a recurrent and seemingly intractable factor in the politics of nations: ethnicity. As the author notes, virtually no contemporary nation-state is ethnically homogeneous/5.
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Get this from a library. Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics. [Tom G Svensson] -- Revised version of doctoral thesis, University of Stockholm. Illustrates a particular minority situation, from the local context and particular events of conflict, eg.
land development. Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics (Stockholm studies in social anthropology) [Svensson, Tom G] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics (Stockholm studies in social anthropology)Cited by: Politics of Ethnicity: A Theoretical Perspective Rehana Saeed Hashmi University of the Punjab, Lahore.
Gulshan Majeed University of the Punjab, Lahore. Abstract Ethnicity and Ethnic Politics is an important Phenomenon of Plural Societies.
In developing world, ethnic politics is one of. Institutions, Ethnicity, and Political Mobilization in South Africa th Edition. an innovative and provocative explanation for why post-apartheid South Africa has avoided the siren song of ethnic politics that so many scholars predicted would emerge to dominate its new democracy.
Rather than any shifts in the social identifies of its Cited by: 3. 1 Much of the work on ethnic mobilization draws heavily on sociological theories, particular Charles Tilly’s theory of resource mobilization.
See Charles Tilly () From Mobilization to Revolution (Englewood Hills, N.J.: Prenctice Hall). 2 Constructivist contributions to the study of ethno-politics span a wide range of issues; the approach File Size: KB. (English) Book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Stockholm: Stockholm University,p.
Series Stockholm studies in social anthropology, ISSN ; 4 National Category Social Sciences Identifiers. In Ethnic Mobilization, Violence and the Politics of Affect: The Serb Democratic Party and the Bosnian War, Adis Maksić offers a comprehensive and insightful account of the processes through which Bosnian Serbs became ethnically mobilised around the Serb Democratic Correia finds this to be an essential book for anyone studying the Bosnian war, the dynamics of ethnic conflict and.
In Ethnic Mobilization, Violence and the Politics of Affect: The Serb Democratic Party and the Bosnian War, Adis Maksić offers a comprehensive and insightful account of the processes through which Bosnian Serbs became ethnically mobilised around the Serb Democratic Party.
In taking a processual approach to questions of identity, this is an essential book for anyone studying the Bosnian war.
This article studies ethnic mobilization and ethnic violence. It reviews some of the salient empirical patterns that concern cross-national and temporal variation in the politicization of ethnicity and ethnic violence.
It also tries to explain the prevalence and variation of politicized ethnicity, and then arguments proposing to explain the occurrence of ethnic by: This paper deals with political mobilization among immigrants from the Former Soviet Union, who arrived in Israel in the s.
The data are based on two nationwide surveys, conducted 10 and 20 years after the arrival of the first wave of these immigrants. My analysis shows that immigrants’ voting behavior is dynamic, and is determined mainly by their perceived interest in and attitudes Cited by: 2. The study of political mobilization outside electoral politics has deep roots in political sociology and, in particular, in the study of mass protest and social movements (Amenta et al.
della Porta and DianiEdelman ). This sociological view on political mobilization has allowed analysts to look for factors beyond electoralFile Size: KB. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
Find out more about sending content to Google Drive. The Political Mobilization of Ethnic and Religious Identities in AfricaCited by: Book Description: The book analyses the study of the growing field of ethnicity and politics from a number of different angles.
These include the nature of the subject itself, different theoretical approaches, ways of addressing political issues the relationship gives rise to, the impact of major global challenges and a survey of output in the field. Abstract. This chapter compares motivation of those mobilizing for violent conflict under a religious identity and those mobilizing under an ethnic one.
1 First, I consider why a particular identity is chosen as the mobilizing identity, where there is a choice. Secondly, I review motivations of religious and ethnic leaders, or mobilizers, and of followers or by: Hazlehurst explores the political importance of ethnicity for a minority indigenous population, the Maori of New Zealand.
Drawing on close ethnographical observation and extensive interviews with key participants, Kayleen Hazlehurst provides a comprehensive narrative and analysis of the creation of the Mana Motuhake party and its formative electoral experiences/5. Institutions, Ethnicity, and Political Mobilization in South Africa Paperback – Nov.
8 an innovative and provocative explanation for why post-apartheid South Africa has avoided the siren song of ethnic politics that so many scholars predicted would emerge to dominate its new democracy.
Rather than any shifts in the social identifies of Author: J. Piombo. the move away from class politics to culture incorporates both religion and ethnicity, without making any particular distinction between the two, as we, too, did in our book on horizontal inequalities (Stewart b).
Kalyvas () also refers only to ethnic and non-ethnic by: Introduction: Ethnicity as a political resource viewed by scholars from different academic disciplines Introduction: Ethnicity as a political resource viewed by scholars from different academic disciplines (pp.
) Anja Katharina Becker Ethnicity as a political resource is a seminal subject in. The Political Mobilization of Ethnic and Religious Identities in Africa JOHN F. MCCAULEY University of Maryland, that changes in the salience of ethnicity and religion in Africa are associated with variation in policy and Politics, University of Maryland, Tydings Hall, CollegeFile Size: KB.
Ethnic and nationalist movements display a wide variety of demands, activities, and goals but they all involve the state. States and governments are pressed to develop policies that stretch from cultural recognition and territorial autonomy to special rights and public goods provision for the relevant community.
Mobilization centered on identity politics is often peaceful but there are also Cited by: 2. WHAT ROLE FOR ETHNICITY? POLITICAL BEHAVIOR AND MOBILIZATION IN POST-CONFLICT SIERRA LEONE AND LIBERIA Fodei Joseph Batty, Ph.D. Western Michigan University, This dissertation examines political behavior in Sierra Leone and Liberia following the end of their civil wars.
Dominant theories on politics in African societies. Political mobilization, political institutionalization and the maintenance of ethnic conflict *. Eailier versions of this paper were presented at the International Political Science Association's Round Table on Ethnicity and Politics at St Antony's College, Oxford, 26–28 Marchand at the Sociological Association of Ireland's Seventh Annual Conference, Magee University College, Deny, 11 Cited by: 5.Yet, as this book explains, those labels emerge as a function of political mobilization.
It argues that ethnicity and religion inspire distinct passions among individuals, and that political leaders exploit those passions to achieve their own strategic goals when the institutions of the state break by: 9.