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CENTER, PERIPHERY AND REGIONALlSM: A "HARD" EUROPEAN POSTMODERNITY

Vjeran Katunarić ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb


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Regionalism is a new form of territorial autonomy in some western european
countries. It manifests rather long lasting tension in relations between center and
periphery, this time within nation-state. However, but, regionalism does not replicate
the goals and strength of the nationalistic movements, whereas it contributes to the
complexity of the modern nation-state. The range of actual regional autonomies
exceeds that of local and functional autonomy, but reaches shorter from
ethnonationalism and federation. Thus regionalism supplements the "postmodern"
nation-state. The latter becomes more heterogeneous from the former, modern
(unitarian, federal, and consociational) nation-state. Hence, despite new challenges
coming from internal and external processes of (dis)integration, the nation-state still
represents the strongest arrangement of political action and cultural identity of
(macro) society.

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Hrčak ID:

32559

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/32559

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