APA 6th Edition Piskač, D. & Sršen, A. (2015). Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam. Tabula, (13/1), 196-215. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12
MLA 8th Edition Piskač, Davor and Andreja Sršen. "Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam." Tabula, vol. , no. 13/1, 2015, pp. 196-215. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12. Accessed 7 Jun. 2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Piskač, Davor and Andreja Sršen. "Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam." Tabula , no. 13/1 (2015): 196-215. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12
Harvard Piskač, D., and Sršen, A. (2015). 'Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam', Tabula, (13/1), pp. 196-215. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12
Vancouver Piskač D, Sršen A. Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam. Tabula [Internet]. 2015 [cited 2020 June 07];(13/1):196-215. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12
IEEE D. Piskač and A. Sršen, "Pripovjedne prakse i multikulturalizam", Tabula, vol., no. 13/1, pp. 196-215, 2015. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.32728/tab.13.1.2015.12
Abstracts The paper starts from the fact that multiculturalism attempts to decode the identification forms on the basis of "stories about the culture differences." In this context, considering the mechanisms that create auto-assumption's produced in relation to the other and which the other, are producing in relation to its starting point. Work promotes two discussions. How cultural map of the modern global world abolishes differences through "a story about culture differences" is the central question of the first discussion. In this sense, considering what is the starting point of multiculturalism, which essentially has no narration of the myth of the nation, but only the problems of positioning within the wider context of diversity as a constitutive element of togetherness. The second argument relates to the consideration of the problem of multicultural positioning and focus on the analysis of the otherness narrative. The latter is important for the image of the "minority" identification and her story within the dominant culture. This discussion focuses on putting the expatriates, emigration, assimilation and linguistic flux. In this sense, the narrative consciousness of the collective story of the nation, community and minority identification appear two processes. The first refers to the assimilation of the macro-scene and acceptance of the majority culture as a moralpolitical and everyday paradigm based on daily-political unity and egalitarianism. The second relates to micro-scene within which appears the consolidation imaginary of the special unit that functions as a closed structure with its own narrative, its own version of the history and the country.