Comunità, cultura, gobalizzazione

Author/s Valentina Pazé
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2003/2-3
Language Italian Pages 14 P. File size 54 KB
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The essay is made of two parts. The first criticizes the ethnical and nationalist interpretations of cultural community present in contemporary debate. To this end the Author introduces the notion of Çimagined communityÈ put forward by Benedict Anderson suggesting, with A. Appadurai, to delink it from the nation. In the globalization era, in fact, the whole world or at least large parts of it, can be thought of as an Çimagined communityÈ. The second part analyzes the paradoxidal survival and proliferation of Çlocal imagined communitiesÈ, next to global ones, a fact explained recurring to the three types of arguments based on the concepts of security, recognition, freedom.

Valentina Pazé, Comunità, cultura, gobalizzazione in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2-3/2003, pp , DOI: