Cultural nationalism

Cultural Nationalism

Cultural nationalism

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Cultural nationalism is a form of nationalism in which the nation is defined by a shared (inherited) culture, as opposed to, for instance, its ethnicity or its institutions.

Cultural nationalism has been described as a variety of nationalism that is neither purely civic nor purely ethnic.

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In Europe

The nationalism of Flanders has been variously described as ethnic or as cultural. However, cultural nationalism has also been described as a sort of nationalism with emphasis on culture and language, especially in a European context.

Hindutva

Hindutva, the ideology of many Hindu organisations is also referred to as cultural nationalism.

They believe that the natives of India share a common culture, history and ancestry. M. S. Golwalkar, one of the main proponents of Hindutva believed that India's diversity in terms of customs, traditions and ways of worship was its...
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