-“Citizenship, Nation-Building and National Identity in Azerbaijan: Between The Legacy of the Past and Spirit of Independence



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If there is one thing that academia has learnt from football, it is that football indeed emerged as a significant marker of identity. Football, due to its fundamental design of binary oppositions, continuously invites the spectator – even if his/her ‘own’ team is not involved – to take sides and express partisanship. The picture gets even more complicated when the inter-related processes of migration and diasporic identification on the part of fan identities shape and respond to collective and spatial polit...
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Recent developments such as internationalization of labor markets, emergence of multi-level polities and a global discourse on human rights have influenced citizenship practices and challenged conventional definitions of citizenship. While conventional definitions of citizenship often presuppose the relationship between citizenship, nationality and nation-state, as an institution, citizenship is constituted and reconstituted by economic, political, social and legal practices. In this context, European Union...
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This article discusses the script changes in Azerbaijan and how these changes have been articulated to the discourses of national identity, development and modernization. The aim of this article is to analyze the script changes in Azerbaijan in different political and cultural processes and the impact of these changes on the discussions of national identity. This analysis mainly refers to the period between 1921-1992 and discusses the articulation of discourses of modernization and development to the defini...
The transformation of engineering profession in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan
Sayfutdinova, Leyla; Ergun Özbolat, Ayça; Department of Sociology (2016)
This thesis investigates how the changing relationship between state and society in the course of the post-Soviet transformation has affected the engineering profession in Azerbaijan. Utilizing qualitative methodology, namely, in-depth interviews with Soviet educated and post-Soviet engineers, I explored the changes in the profession along three dimensions: work orientations, informal relations among engineers and state bureaucracy, and the impact of global actors on the professions. Partial retreat of the ...
Citation Formats
A. Ergun Özbolat, “-“Citizenship, Nation-Building and National Identity in Azerbaijan: Between The Legacy of the Past and Spirit of Independence,” NATIONALITIES PAPERS-THE JOURNAL OF NATIONALISM AND ETHNICITY, pp. 1–16, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/91029.