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Author Cetrà, Daniel, author.

Title Nationalism, liberalism and language in Catalonia and Flanders / Daniel Certrà.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Comparative territorial politics
Comparative territorial politics.
Springer Political Science and International Studies eBooks 2019 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; Cases; Approach; Plan of the Book; References; Chapter 2 Revisiting Liberal Nationalism; The Terms of the Debate; Classical Liberalism; The Communitarian Critique; Liberal Nationalism; Concluding Remarks: Revisiting Liberal Nationalism; References; Chapter 3 The Politics of Language and Nationalism; Language and Nation; Essentialist Position; Constructivist Position; Linguistic Justice; The Territoriality vs. Personality Debate; The Politics of Language and Nationalism; References
Chapter 4 Nationalism in Catalonia and FlandersThree Phases in the Development of Nationalist Movements; Phase A; Phase B; Phase C; The Belgian Linguistic Facilities and the Catalan Immersion System; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5 The Catalan Linguistic Dispute; The Catalan Education System; Liberalism vs Nationalism: The Mobilisation Against the System; The Arguments Defending the System; Social Cohesion; Catalonia's Own Language or Common Language; The Arguments Against the System; Constitutional Rights; Indoctrination; Discrimination; Concluding Remarks; References
Chapter 6 The Flemish Linguistic DisputeThe Flemish Periphery and the Municipalities with Linguistic Facilities; Recent Controversies; The Split of the Electoral District of Brussels-Halle-Vilvoorde (BHV); The Non-appointment of Mayors; The Non-ratification of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM); Liberalism vs. Nationalism: The French-Speaking Mobilisation Against Territoriality; The Arguments Defending the Monolingual Territoriality Principle; Integration; The Arguments Against the Monolingual Territoriality Principle; Discrimination; Concluding Remarks
Theoretical FactorsReferences; Index; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page
Summary Is liberalism really compatible with nationalism? Are there limits to linguistic nation-building policies? What arguments justify the imposition of national languages? This book addresses these questions by examining the linguistic disputes in Catalonia and Flanders, two major cases of sub-state nationalism. The book connects two strands of arguments: the political arguments around contested linguistic policies, drawing on a rich set of primary and secondary sources, and the theoretical arguments around liberalism and nationalism. The study also compares the historical trajectory and political dynamics of Catalan and Flemish nationalism. It shows that the relationship between language and nationhood is politically constructed through state nation-building and minority activism. The findings highlight the relevance and pervasiveness of nationalism in contemporary social and political life. This book will appeal to scholars and upper-level students interested in nationalism, contemporary political theory, the politics of language, and comparative territorial politics.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Regionalism -- Spain -- Catalonia.
Regionalism -- Flanders.
Nationalism.
Language and languages -- Political aspects.
Sociolinguistics.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783030082741 (electronic bk.)
3030082741 (electronic bk.)
3030082733
9783030082734