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By Rainer Munz, Rainer Ohliger

ISBN-10: 0714683841

ISBN-13: 9780714683843

This paintings adopts a comparative method of discover interrelations among phenomena which, to date, have hardly been tested and analysed jointly, particularly the dynamics of diaspora and minority formation in primary and jap Europe at the one hand, and the diaspora migration at the different.

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Concepts, notions and ideas about ethnic minorities clearly belonging to one side or nation were omnipresent after 1918. The post-1918 new world order reinforced this notion by establishing nation-states claiming to be ethnically homogeneous and almost exclusively based on ethno-national notions of nationhood. As a consequence, ethnic minorities residing in these nation-states usually came to be seen either as a relevant part of the Other (the host state view) or as part of the Self (the ‘homeland’ view and often the minorities’ perspective as well).

Rather, the analysis of this aspect of the diasporic experience further substantiates the approach that maintains that the proliferation, organization, endurance and also the return of members of these diasporas are primarily based on a combination of primordial and psychological/symbolic factors. DIASPORAS TO MIGRANTS—MIGRANTS TO DIASPORAS 31 Identity and identification per se, however, are not sufficient in generating these trends. The growth and maintenance of such entities, and making them significant political actors, depend on cumulative individual and collective decisions taken in the host countries.

However, looking at twentieth-century history and, in particular, at the new situation of the 1990s and beyond, this dichotomous image of minorities could also be questioned. The ambiguities of the inclusion and exclusion of minorities into nation-state societies provide the central focus of this chapter. It will be argued that persistent ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe—those which managed to remain such despite ethnic unmixing, also developed characteristics throughout the short twentieth century (that is, since 1918) which placed them in between the dichotomy of being part of either a clearly defined Self or Other.

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