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Etymology: [ 'nash-n&-"li-z&m, 'na- ] (noun.) 1844. national +‎ -ism
1 milliyetçilik
2 ulusçuluk
3 ulusalcılık  Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim
4 (isim) milliyetçilik
5nationalistically aşırı milliyetçi şekilde
 
6 Supporting a national identity when it does not exist as a sovereign nation, for example, Basque nationalism, Kurdish nationalism
7 jingoism. The support of one nation's interests to the exclusion of others
8 The idea of supporting one's country and culture
9 patriotism
10 the doctrine that nations should act independently (rather than collectively) to attain their goals
11 the doctrine that your national culture and interests are superior to any other the doctrine that nations should act independently (rather than collectively) to attain their goals the aspiration for national independence felt by people under foreign domination
12 the aspiration for national independence felt by people under foreign domination
13 the doctrine that your national culture and interests are superior to any other
14 An idiom, trait, or character peculiar to any nation
15 love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it
16 jingoism. The support of one nations interests to the exclusion of others
17 The idea of supporting ones country and culture
18 patriotism, devotion to one's country; ambition for national progress  isim
19 The state of being national; national attachment; nationality
20 National independence; the principles of the Nationalists
21 Reflection in music of the rise of nationalism in Europe The attempt of composers to express nationalistic feeling in music by giving voice to the backgrounds, history, and culture of their countries in music exploiting folk idioms The most important of the national schools was "The Russian Five "
22 A Nation is a distinct group of people, usually demarcated by a common language, religion or culture Nationalism is 1 the belief in the extension of the boundaries of the nation from soft lines (cultural) to physical lines (geographical) Example: In the United States, the push to designate English as the official language across the entire physical territory of the State 2 The process of imagining a nation into existence Example: In Indonesia, hundreds of distinct ethnic groups view themselves as Indonesians, a relatively new entity
23 A nineteenth-century movement promoting music built on national folksongs and dances, or associated with national subjects
24 "The feeling of belonging to a group united by common racial, linguistic, and historical ties, and usually identified with a particular territory " (Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thought, 409) The term usually includes feelings of pride in, and love of country In pre-confederation Newfoundland, many nationalists saw confederation with Canada as a betrayal or loss of their country
25 a relatively recent perspective that "my country is superior to yours" coined in 1798 (Kamenka 1976, 8) resulting from understandings of the Renaissance and Enlightenment which demoted God or king in the cultural consciousness and elevated humanity "as an organic entity" (Bosch 1991, 298) This nationalistic sentiment is succinctly stated in the French Revolution's Declaration of Human Rights: "The principle of sovereignty resides essentially in the Nation: no body of men, no individual, can exercise authority that does not emanate expressly from it" (Kohn 1945, 331-334) Thus virtually every nation has regarded itself as being chosen, like OT Israel, for a particular destiny and as having a unique charisma (Bosch 1991, 299; Adapted and Reformulated by Gailyn Van Rheenen)
26 A sense of national consciousness that exalts one nation above all others; one of the most divisive and destructive forces in history <<Waves of nationalistic fervor led to great persecution of Christians during the two world wars >>
27 Nationalism is the desire for political independence of people who feel they are historically or culturally a separate group within a country. the rising tide of Slovak nationalism
28 You can refer to a person's great love for their nation as nationalism. It is often associated with the belief that a particular nation is better than any other nation, and in this case is often used showing disapproval. This kind of fierce nationalism is a powerful and potentially volatile force. Loyalty and devotion to one's nation or country, especially as above loyalty to other groups or to individual interests. Before the era of the nation-state, the primary allegiance of most people was to their immediate locality or religious group. The rise of large, centralized states weakened local authority, and society's increasing secularization weakened loyalty to religious groups, though shared religion along with common ethnicity, political heritage, and history is one of the factors that draws people together in nationalist movements. Early nationalist movements in 18th-and early 19th-century Europe were liberal and internationalist, but they gradually became more conservative and parochial. Nationalism is considered a major contributing cause of World War I, World War II, and many other wars of the modern era. In Africa and Asia in the 20th century, nationalist movements often arose in opposition to colonialism. After the fall of the Soviet Union, powerful nationalist sentiments in eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics contributed to ethnic conflicts, such as those in the territories of the former Yugoslavia
29 A feeling of pride in one's country Loyalty to one's country The spirit that units India
30 loyalty and devotion to one’s own nation or ethnic group; idea that the good of the group can best be served by independence
31 1 loyalty and devotion to a nation 2 a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations or supranational groups
32 Illustrating a nation or ethnicity through music
33 late 19th century movement in which artists of many nationalities turned from the dominant German influence in the arts to the cultural characteristics of their own and other countries
34 The belief that nations will benefit from acting independently rather than collectively, emphasizing national rather than international goals
35 An individual's internalization of the set of beliefs and values expressing love, pride and identification with a given nation state Ritual and symbols are important tools in fostering nationalism among the citizenry
36 portraying a particular culture through music
37 A common identity; a specific geographic area; a common language, history, destiny, culture, ethnicity, or religion; feeling of belonging
38nationalistically in a nationalistic manner
39nationalistically in a nationalistic manner, in a manner loyal to one's nation
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