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ERIC Number: EJ965846
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2011
Pages: 8
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 11
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ISSN: ISSN-0379-0037
From the Protection of National Minorities towards Managing Diversity
Arquint, Romedi
Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, v37 n2 p27-34 Jul-Dec 2011
The following five theses focus on the nascence and the tragic outcome of a state-model which emerged in Europe in the 19th century and which postulated a unity between a state and the people living on its territory. As the aftermath proved, such a fictitious "imagined community" had to deal with real different disruptive factors such as the existing linguistic, cultural and ethnic diversity. The national-state model turned out to be a blind alley. The requirements for a successful implementation of basic liberal principles in a modern rule-of-law-state are a change of paradigm, a development of a multinational state conception which considers the diversity of ethnicity as a positive principle, which should be protected by the state. (Contains 1 note.)
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Language: English
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