Identity and Territorial Autonomy in Plural Societies

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Political Science - 286 pages
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Focusing on autonomy in countries whose societies are marked by ethnic diversity, this work examines the effects of territorial solutions to the safeguarding of cultural identities. Contributors distinguish among types of autonomy and their impact on pluralism, democracy and unity of the state.
 

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Contents

Introduction William Safran
1
Democracy Federalism and Nationalism
35
Mesogovernments
61
Between Autonomy
101
Autonomist Regionalism within the Spanish
121
The Endgame
167
The Political Demands of Isolated Indian Bands
212
Why Territorial Autonomy Is Not a Viable Option
230
The Donald Rothchild
254
Abstracts
272
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