Article published In:
Identity Politics
[Journal of Language and Politics 1:1] 2002
► pp. 2358
Bauman, Z
(1991) Modernity and Ambivalence. Oxford: Polity Press.Google Scholar
(1999) Culture as Praxis. London: Sage.Google Scholar
Blommaert, J. and Verschueren, J.
(1998) Debating Diversity: Analysing the Discourse of Tolerance. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Eliade, M
(1958) Traite d’histoire des religions. (Polish translation: Traktat o historii religii). Warszawa: KiW.Google Scholar
Hall, S
(1996) Who needs identity? In S. Hall & P. du Gay, Questions of cultural identity. (pp. 1–17). London: Sage.Google Scholar
(1997) The spectacle of the ‘Other’. In S. Hall (Ed.) Representation: Cultural representations and signifying practices. (pp283–279). London: SageGoogle Scholar
Jajesniak-Quast, D. & Stoklosa, K.
(2000) Geteilte staedte an Oder und Neisse. Berlin Verlag.Google Scholar
Meinhof, U. H.
(2000) Mirror images: agents, victims and the threat of the Other. Paper delivered at the33 Annuual Meeting of BAAL, Cambridge, September 2000.
Meinhof, U.H. & Galasiński, D
(2000) Photography, memory, and the construction of identities on the former East-West German border. Discourse Studies, 2(3), 323–353. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Moscovici, S
(1984) The phenomenon of social representations. In R. Farr and S. Moscovici (Eds) Social representations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Rymar, E
(1986) Ocena ustalenia nazw miejscowych na obszarze dawnej Nowej Marchii przez Komisje Ustalania Nazw Miejscowych w latach 1946–1949 (A review of namegiving on the territory of the former Nowa Marchia by the Committee for establishing placenames in 1946–1949). OnomasticaXXX1, 178–191.Google Scholar
Wilson, T.M. & Donnan, H.
(1998) Nation, state and identity at international borders. In. T.M. Wilson & H. Donnan (Eds.) Border identities. (pp. 1–30). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Wodak, R. Cillia, R. de, Reisigl, M & Liebhart, K.
(1999) The Discursive Construction of National Identity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 7 other publications

Andersen, Dorte Jagetić
2014. Do if you Dare: Reflections on (Un)familiarity, Identity-Formation and Ontological Politics. Journal of Borderlands Studies 29:3  pp. 327 ff. DOI logo
Galasińska, Aleksandra & Dariusz Galasiński
2005. Shopping for a New Identity. Ethnicities 5:4  pp. 510 ff. DOI logo
Galasiński, Dariusz & Olga Kozłowska
2010. Questionnaires and Lived Experience: Strategies of Coping With the Quantitative Frame. Qualitative Inquiry 16:4  pp. 271 ff. DOI logo
Kurnicki, Karol & Maximilian Sternberg
2016. Arrested conflict: transnational place-making in Polish-German border towns. Space and Polity 20:3  pp. 263 ff. DOI logo
Pajdała-Kusińska, Izabela
2020. Zgorzelec–Görlitz oraz Gubin–Guben jako Euromiasta. Studia Polityczne 48:2  pp. 125 ff. DOI logo
Rogowski, Łukasz & Maciej Frąckowiak
2023. COVID-19’s re-bordering impact on the identity of the Polish-German borderland from the perspective of Polish residents: the case of the twin cities of Słubice and Gubin. Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny 85:3  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo
Xiang, Yunhua
2010. The discursive construction of national identity (second edition). Critical Discourse Studies 7:1  pp. 91 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 2 april 2024. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.