Definition of Nationalisms

1. Noun. (plural of nationalism) ¹



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Definition of Nationalisms

1. nationalism [n] - See also: nationalism

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nationalisms

national service
national socialism
national socialist
national trading policy
national treasure
national treasures
nationalisation
nationalisations
nationalise
nationalised
nationaliser
nationalisers
nationalises
nationalising
nationalism
nationalisms
nationalist
nationalist leader
nationalistic
nationalistically
nationalists
nationalities
nationality
nationalization
nationalizations
nationalize
nationalized
nationalizer
nationalizers
nationalizes

Literary usage of Nationalisms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Democratisation Process in Zanzibar: A Retarded Transition by Mohammed Ali Bakari (2001)
"At a societal/ community level, however, competing nationalisms is not a crucial ... Thus, parochial ethno-regional nationalisms within the Zanzibar society ..."

2. The Culture of Violence by Kumar Rupesinghe (1994)
"... identity and assert a fundamental or essential similarity with the dominator - a marked pattern in Western nationalisms and ideologies of state. ..."

3. Horizons: A Book of Criticism by Francis Hackett (1918)
"This toleration of existing nationalisms Mr. Veblen plainly regards as an insuperable obstacle to peace. He exposes in every detail the predisposition to ..."

4. Public Attitudes in Contemporary South Africa: Insights from an Hsrc Survey by Human Sciences Research Council (2002)
"The choice of South Africa as a case in point has its obvious logic: the history of the politics of the country is, to a large extent, that of nationalisms ..."

5. The New European Diasporas: National Minorities and Conflict in Eastern Europe by Michael Mandelbaum (2000)
"Yet ethnocultural identities were nurtured over centuries, giving rise to mutually antagonistic nationalisms that blended the civic approach to nationhood, ..."

6. Christianity in a New World (1921)
"NARROW Nationalisms SHAKEN In the third place our narrow nationalisms have been shaken, and the resultant problem makes luminous the necessity of Christ to ..."

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