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Igor Jelen (University of Trieste, Italy), Steinicke Ernst (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Specogna Erica (University of Trieste, Italy)
"Innovative identities"? The issue of cultural and linguistic fragmentation in Montagna Friulana (north eastern Italy)
Journal of Geography, Politics and Society, 2016, nr 6(3), s. 25-38, rys., tab., bibliogr. 31 poz.
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Tożsamość lokalna, Grupy etniczne, Różnice etniczno-narodowościowe ludności
Local identity, Ethnics group, Ethno-nationalist differences in population
The current globalization realty is characterized by the constant coming up of new identities, that are appearing at any scale, almost as a side-effect of parallel phenomena signifying increasingly cultural indeterminateness. This paper argues that this phenomenon is connected to a condition of periphericity, namely to a sense of vulnerability that arise outside the umbrella once provided by modern state; furthermore this paper argues that this phenomenon is indifferently affecting any culture, not considering ethnic and linguistic derivation. Such situation figures out a sort of paradox of the globalization, which, while extending the hegemony of a uniform code, would induce per reaction the flourishing of local cultures, sometimes evidencing a self-referential character, other times configuring the main stain for a new territorial consciousness. (original abstract)
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