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Imagined Communities. Reflections on the Origin and. Spread of Nationalism. —. •. —. —. BENEDICT ANDERSON. Revised Edition. VERSO. London • New. Read "Imagined Communities Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism" by Benedict Anderson available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get. Editorial Reviews. Review. Sparkling, readable, densely packed. About the Author. Benedict Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Politics & Social Sciences . The full magnitude of Benedict Anderson's intellectual achievement is still being.


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Thus, my concept of a sectionalized newspaper — where only one type of news fills a section or page — misled me totally. Although there is a small table of content on the title page that indicates the issues of each page, there are no real sections as we know them today.

This was the first time my modern expectations misled me — and many more were to follow. This absence of thematized sections on the macro-level — the whole paper - is also evident on the micro level — the structure of a page. The best example is the title page, where no real leading article is visible at the first glance. Yet, a caricature in the middle of the page guides our view to the main article of this edition, which is about the Queen visiting Canada.

There is also a photo on the bottom of the page linked to another article on the Queen. These two pictures give the superficial impression that the paper is full of images. This is, however, not the case, since there are only seven pictures advertisements excluded in the entire newspaper. This is because in printing photos was still expensive. But in order to catch the eye of a potential reader passing a paperboy, this visual element was placed on the first page.

Page five is the first page dedicated to a specific topic, or rather at a certain target group: women. Since this page is a peculiarity, in the sense of a community within a community I will discuss it later on. The editorial page and the legal page are next. The following page is largely dedicated to gossip, with most of its articles dealing with accidents, and death but also including a music and drama section.

The tenth and also the eleventh page are both dedicated to sports. The following pages are the financial page, and two commercial pages.

The last three pages are advertisements, which need further attention since they could provide useful information about the economic situation of the newspaper. Anderson uses this term in the context of press as a means of nation-building. He thinks that a community such as a nation is imagined because one citizen does not know all his fellow countrymen. Nation states are also imagined because they are not face-to-face communities like villages.

You might know your neighbour, but surely do not know everybody, in a metropolis like New York. Malcolm Gladwell.

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On History. Discourse on Colonialism. In Praise of Forgetting. David Rieff. Warrior Politics. Robert D. Francisco Bethencourt. Imperial Eyes. Mary Louise Pratt. A Life Beyond Boundaries. Benedict Anderson. The Russian Moment in World History.

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Internal Colonization. Alexander Etkind. Lynn Hunt. Envisioning Power. Eric R. Marc Ferro. The Intellectual Temptation. Frits Bolkestein. The Undivided Past. David Cannadine. Making Sense in History. Andrew Szanajda.

Decoding Subaltern Politics. James C. Revolution, Rebellion, Resistance. First his language is haughty and over the top, including Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism.

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