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G. Hosking,R. Service
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Palgrave Macmillan; 1998 edition (June 3, 1998)
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This book looks at the past and present condition of Russian nationalism. G. Hosking, R. Service. Russian History, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham .

This book looks at the past and present condition of Russian nationalism. Its chapters examine the influence of tsarist and Soviet official policies upon national identity, and seek to explain the broader political, social and cultural factors which helped or hindered the ambitions of rulers. REES Senior Lecturer in Soviet History, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham . SAKHAROV Director of the Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Автор: G. Hosking; R. Service Название: Russian Nationalism, Past and Present Издательство: Springer .

Part of the Studies in Russia and East Europe book series (SREE). In: Hosking . Service R. (eds) Russian Nationalism Past and Present. Studies in Russia and East Europe. The strength of national consciousness amongst the Russian people during the Stalin era is a difficult area of study, and raises all the problems associated with measuring attitudes, perceptions and values in a closed society. The study of national consciousness poses wider questions regarding the conditions which foster such identities. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Geoffrey Hosking, Robert Service. This book looks at the past and present condition of Russian nationalism. The changeability of Russian national consciousness is exmphasised. Books by Geoffrey Hosking.

Published in association with the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London. Titles in this series.

Nationalism in Russia. Both Russia and Georgia are, as it were, poised ‘between East and West’. Article in Russian Politics and Law 52(1):3-5 · January 2014 with 9 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. For several years, various nationalist groups and the Russian state have been competing over nationalism as a political concept and for popular support to nationalist claims. This paper analyzes the relationship between the state and anti-government, ethnocentric nationalistic groups that gather annually in an event called the Russian March.

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Are you sure you want to remove Russian Nationalism Past and Present from your list? Russian Nationalism Past and Present. by Geoffrey A. Hosking. Published May 1998 by Palgrave Macmillan. Politics and government, Congresses, Imperialism, Nationalism. Russia (Federation), Russia.

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Racism in Russia appears mainly in the form of negative attitudes and actions by some Russians toward people who are not ethnically Russian

Racism in Russia appears mainly in the form of negative attitudes and actions by some Russians toward people who are not ethnically Russian. Traditionally, Russian racism includes antisemitism and Tatarophobia, as well as hostility towards various ethnicities of the Caucasus, Central Asia, East Asia and Africa. In 2006, Amnesty International reported that racism in Russia was "out of control. Russia also has one of the highest immigration rates in Eastern Europe.

This book looks at the past and present condition of Russian nationalism. Its chapters examine the influence of tsarist and Soviet official policies upon national identity, and seek to explain the broader political, social and cultural factors which helped or hindered the ambitions of rulers. The changeability of Russian national consciousness is exmphasised. Several chapters also highlight the various long-standing inhibitions to the emergence of a consolidated civic nationalism in a Russian Federation which gained its independence at the break-up of the USSR.