Contemporary Spanish Cultural Studies by Barry Jordan, Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas
By Barry Jordan, Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas
Concentrating on the advancements during the last 20 years in Spain, this stimulating ebook comprises twenty-eight unique essays, via well-known experts, that supply a brand new interdisciplinary method of modern Spanish tradition and society. Combining overviews and case reports, the essays diversity largely over a various sequence of subject parts, together with race, nationalism and identification, the media, gender and intercourse, faith, game, and buying. via delivering scholars, students, and basic readers front to the main debates and matters keen on modern Spanish tradition, this quantity represents a very important landmark within the ongoing definition of the hot box of Spanish Cultural reports.
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For a population which had been ruled by dictatorship for nearly 40 years, the transition revealed considerable political maturity. However, part of this maturity was an unspoken agreement to leave certain fundamental issues unresolved. Was Spain to be considered a nation or merely a state formed by a group of nations, for example (Mercadé, 1986)? Behind this problem lay centuries of complex history. Constructing the Spanish state Spain is, of course, a very old state. Its centralized national administration was one of the first in Europe.
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