Different Conceptualisations of Belonging from the Perspective of Young Slovenes
2010, Internationale Hochschulschriften, Band 547, 342 Seiten, E-Book (PDF), 31,40 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-7379-9
Related to this, “Identity Matters” critically reflects upon the sense of Europeanness offered by the European Union and is supportive of a concept that transgresses the modern condition of the nation state. The theoretical line of argument does not suggest burying the nation state as a concept, but rather to outline the competitive field of identity providers and reflect upon the implications for people’s lives and communities.
Daniela Gronold received a doctoral degree in Media and Communication Studies. She is based at the University of Klagenfurt in the Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education. Her academic interests focus on gendered and nationalised identities, racism and public representation, Critical Whiteness Studies and Postcolonial Studies.