Perspectives on Nationalism and War
This volume considers recent studies that move beyond primordialism and its antithesis, social constructivism, to search for new insights to illuminate the nature of nationalism and its link to war. The authors also explore the role of shared interests, the history of peoples, elites and states, political imperatives, propaganda, and psychological predispositions. This combination provides a brillant, new look at nationalism and war-one that delves deeply into ethnic identity and the willingness of people to fight and die for nation-states.
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analysis argues attachments attitudes autonomy behavior benefit bias Charles Tilly citizens claims cognitive collective action Comaroff commitment competitive complex concept consciousness conscripts coordination cultural discussion Druckman economic elites emotional essay ethnic conflict ethnic group ethno-nationalism Europe European evaluative example factors France Franco-Prussian War French French Revolution German global group identification Hardin Hobsbawm human Ibid identity politics ideology images individuals ingroup ingroup bias interest intergroup issues Journal leaders mass army ment military mobilization modern motivation nation-state national identity nationalist nationalist movements norms one's orientations outgroups Paret patriotism perspective Peter Paret political population positions primordial primordialist prisoner's dilemma problem Prussian R.R. Palmer rational choice theory recent reforms relations Revolution role self-interest sentiments Serbs Sherif sion situation Social Psychology societies soldiers Soviet Soviet Union strong studies threat tion tional tive University Press variables York