La nació dels catalans. El difícil procés històric de la nacionalització de Catalunya/ 76
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This book historically analyses the rooted causes, the elements in play and the structuring of the theories, political action and the management of collective identities in the base of the national process opened in Catalonia since the previous century. A few decades ago, historiography has adopted the concept of ‘nationalisation of the masses’ to express the historic processes through which the people in a society have adopted the feeling of belonging to a national community. In the last centuries, Catalonia hasn’t been in possession of their own political structures necessary to boost this nationalisation that in other cases has been competence of the state, that is why the case of the Catalonia is so interesting. The book starts with the analysis of the case of Catalonia in relation with the others that integrate the Mediterranean world of occident and studies the contributions of the romantic movement in the 19th century in fixating the modern identities through the work of Mañé i Flaquer. Likewise, it described the role of the intellectual sector in the process of nationalisation and the great contribution of the two presidents of the Mancomunitat: Prat de la Ribera and Puig i Cadalfalch. The last part of the book deals with the social, political and cultural dynamics that have been developed in the last decades in Catalonia and which let evaluate the big historical identity over which the current national movement is supported.
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