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Alain-G. Gagnon est professeur titulaire au Département de science politique de l’UQAM et membre du CRIDAQ

Majority, State Nationalism, and New Research Pathways

Nationalism and Ethnic Politics (2020), vol. 26, no 1, p.85-93

In this contribution, Alain-G Gagnon reflects on existing scholarship on majority and state nationalism, arguing that minority and majority nationalism are broadly similar in their intent. Both seek to promote a set of values, myths and meaning systems within a given political community which exists on a specific territory, shares a common language and a history. As a result, there are several promising avenues for research on state and majority nationalism, outlined in this piece.

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