- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2021
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Agustín, Óscar García (ed.)
- 1 Tables, color; 3 Illustrations, color; 1 Illustrations, black and white; XV, 260 p. 4 illus., 3 il
- 210 x 148 x 18 mm
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- 1 Hardback
- 486 g
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This book explores the conflict between the Catalan project to become independent and the Spanish state's opposition to any attempt of secessionism. The volume addresses some of the key political and academic issues of contemporary European societies: nationalism, separatism and sovereignty. The banned referendum in Catalonia in October 2017 unveiled the existence of multiple crises, from territorial to economic and political. Indeed, the Catalan issue is about the crisis of sovereignty: who holds legitimacy to make decisions, and who is in power legally and politically? The book is structured according to three themes: sovereignty and its people, where the realignment to independence, populism and the definition of the demos are discussed; collective identities and actions, to account for the shaping of 'us', the importance of collective memory and the cross-alliances forged during the referendum; and internationalization, focusing on Europeanisation, international media and comparative constitutional perspectives.
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Fler böcker av Oscar Garcia Agustin
Oscar Garcia Agustin is Associate Professor in the Department of Culture and Learning at Aalborg University, Denmark. He is Head of the DEMOS research group. He is the author of Left-Wing Populism (2020), Solidarity and the 'Refugee Crisis' in Europe (with Martin Bak Jorgensen, 2018), and Podemos and the New Political Cycle (with Marco Briziarelli, 2018).
Part I Introduction The Catalan Way to Independence and the Spanish-Catalan Conflict Oscar Garcia Agustin and Malayna Raftopoulos Part II Understanding Sovereignty and its People 2. The Independence Proces in Catalonia: the Triple Spanish Crisis and an Unresolved Question of Sovereignty Gemma Ubasart-Gonzalez 3. Banal Populism. Nationalism and Everyday Victimhood in the Spanish-Catalan Clash Paolo Cossarini 4. Discussing Ethnos, Polis, Demos and Cives in the Context of Spanish Politics Ignacio Bresco and Alberto Rosa Part III Understanding Collective Identities and Actions 5. Moving towards the Future, Returning to the Past: Catalan Collective Memories in Times of Unstable Hegemony Oscar Garcia Agustin and Malayna Raftopoulos 6. Repression and Democracy amidst the Eventful 1-O Referendum Donatella della Porta, H. Jonas Gunzelmann and Martin Portos 7. Quixote in Catalonia Bue Rubner Hansen Part IV Understanding Internationalisation 8. Catalan Independence as an 'Internal Affair'? Europeanization and Secession after the 2017 Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Catalonia Angela K. Bourne 9. Someone Else's Crisis? UK Press Coverage of the Failed 2017 Catalan Declaration of Independence Hugh O'Donnell and Fernando Leon Solis 10. The Catalan Issue from a Comparative Constitutional Perspective Sabrina Ragone and Gabriel Moreno Gonzalez Part V Conclusion 11. Catalan independence and the crisis of sovereignty Oscar Garcia Agustin