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    In:  Journal of Baltic studies Band 44, Heft 3 (2013), Seite 287-312 | volume:44 | year:2013 | number:3 | pages:287-312
    ISSN: 0162-9778
    Language: English
    Titel der Quelle: Journal of Baltic studies
    Publ. der Quelle: Abingdon : Routledge, 1972-
    Angaben zur Quelle: Band 44, Heft 3 (2013), Seite 287-312
    Angaben zur Quelle: volume:44
    Angaben zur Quelle: year:2013
    Angaben zur Quelle: number:3
    Angaben zur Quelle: pages:287-312
    DDC: 305.80094796
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press | Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9781474418539
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressourcece.
    Series Statement: Russian language and society
    DDC: 306.442917104796
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    Keywords: Russen ; Identitätsentwicklung ; Russisch ; Russian language Social aspects ; Anthropological linguistics ; Lettland ; Latvia Ethnic relations
    Abstract: The political shocks of the 2014 Ukrainian crisis have been felt in many former Soviet countries, not least Latvia, where over 35% of the population are native Russian speakers. At a time when analysts and commentators are unsure about Russia's future plans to intervene on behalf of their 'compatriots', this study provides a detailed political and cultural analysis of Russian-speaking identity in Latvia.
    Note: Previously issued in print: 2016 , Includes bibliographical references and index
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    In:  Nationalities papers Band 40, Heft 4 (2012), Seite 561-584, Abb., Tab. | volume:40 | year:2012 | number:4 | pages:561-584, Abb., Tab.
    ISSN: 0090-5992
    Language: English
    Titel der Quelle: Nationalities papers
    Publ. der Quelle: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, früher
    Angaben zur Quelle: Band 40, Heft 4 (2012), Seite 561-584, Abb., Tab.
    Angaben zur Quelle: volume:40
    Angaben zur Quelle: year:2012
    Angaben zur Quelle: number:4
    Angaben zur Quelle: pages:561-584, Abb., Tab.
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  • 4
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    ISBN: 9781474428507
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 230 Seiten , Diagramme
    Series Statement: Russian language and society series
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    Keywords: Russian language Social aspects ; Anthropological linguistics ; Latvia Ethnic relations ; Russen ; Lettland ; Identitätsentwicklung ; Russisch
    Abstract: "The political shocks of the 2014 Ukrainian crisis have been felt in many former Soviet countries, not least Latvia, where over 35% of the population are native Russian speakers. At a time when analysts and commentators are unsure about Russia's future plans to intervene on behalf of their 'compatriots', this study provides a detailed political and cultural analysis of Russian-speaking identity in Latvia. By using Russian-speakers in Latvia as a specific case study, this volume also offers a fresh methodological approach to the study of discourses and discursive strategies. It outlines a coherent methodology to study the evolution of discourses over time, rather than a single de-contextualized and static time period. Drawing on media analysis, elite interviews, focus groups and survey data, Russian Speakers in Post-Soviet Latvia situates the identity strategies of Russian speakers within the political, cultural, and economic transformations of the post-Soviet era. By assessing political, cultural, and economic links with their home state (Latvia) and their potential kin-state (Russia), it offers important insights into the complex identity positions of Latvia's Russian speakers, and how these positions have evolved in Latvia since the late Soviet period"--Back cover
    Abstract: Introduction -- Discourse, memory, and identity -- Latvian state and nation-building -- Russian-language media and identity formation -- Examining Russian-speaking identity from below -- The "democratisation of history" and generational change -- The primacy of politics? Political discourse and identity formation -- The Russian Federation and Russian-speaking identity in Latvia -- A bright future?
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 210-223
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    Language: English
    Pages: 181 Seiten
    Series Statement: Europe Asia studies 71.2019,1
    Series Statement: special issue
    Series Statement: Europe Asia studies
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    ISBN: 9780367647230
    Language: English
    Pages: ix, 183 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    DDC: 306.442917
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    Keywords: Russisch ; Verbreitung ; Sowjetunion
    Abstract: In the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, this volume examines the relationship Russia has with its so-called ‘compatriots abroad’. Based on research from Belarus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Ukraine, the authors examine complex relationships between these individuals, their home states, and the Russian Federation. Russia stands out globally as a leading sponsor of kin-state nationalism, vociferously claiming to defend the interests of its so-called diaspora, especially the tens of millions of ethnic Russians and Russian speakers who reside in the countries that were once part of the Soviet Union. However, this volume shifts focus away from the assertive diaspora politics of the Russian state, towards the actual groups of Russian speakers in the post-Soviet space themselves. In a series of empirically grounded studies, the authors examine complex relationships between ‘Russians’, their home-states and the Russian Federation. Using evidence from Belarus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Ukraine, the findings demonstrate multifaceted levels of belonging and estrangement with spaces associated with Russia and the new, independent states in which Russian speakers live. By focusing on language, media, politics, identity and quotidian interactions, this collection provides a wealth of material to help understand contemporary kin-state policies and their impact on group identities and behaviour
    Note: The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of "Europe-Asia studies", volume 71, issue 1
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    ISBN: 9780748697434 , 9781474428507
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 230 Seiten , Diagramme
    Series Statement: Russian language and society series
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1985-2014 ; Russen ; Nationalbewusstsein ; Lettland ; Lettland ; Russen ; Nationalbewusstsein ; Geschichte 1985-2014
    Description / Table of Contents: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 210-223
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    ISBN: 0748697446 , 9780748697441 , 9781474418539 , 1474418538
    Language: English
    Pages: Online Ressource (xiv, 230 pages) , illustrations.
    Series Statement: Russian language and society
    Parallel Title: Print version Cheskin, Ammon Russian speakers in post-Soviet Latvia
    DDC: 306.442917104796
    Keywords: Russian language Social aspects ; Latvia ; Anthropological linguistics ; Russian language Social aspects ; Anthropological linguistics ; Russian language Social aspects ; LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES ; Reference ; Anthropological linguistics ; Ethnic relations ; Russian language ; Social aspects ; Russen ; Identitätsentwicklung ; Russisch ; Latvia Ethnic relations ; Latvia ; Latvia Ethnic relations ; Latvia Ethnic relations ; Latvia ; Latvija ; Electronic books
    Abstract: "The political shocks of the 2014 Ukrainian crisis have been felt in many former Soviet countries, not least Latvia, where over 35% of the population are native Russian speakers. At a time when analysts and commentators are unsure about Russia's future plans to intervene on behalf of their compatriots, this study provides a detailed political and cultural analysis of Russian-speaking identity in Latvia. By using Russian-speakers in Latvia as a specific case study, this volume also offers a fresh methodological approach to the study of discourses and discursive strategies. It outlines a coherent methodology to study the evolution of discourses over time, rather than a single de-contextualized and static time period. Drawing on media analysis, elite interviews, focus groups and survey data, Russian Speakers in Post-Soviet Latvia situates the identity strategies of Russian speakers within the political, cultural, and economic transformations of the post-Soviet era. By assessing political, cultural, and economic links with their home state (Latvia) and their potential kin-state (Russia), it offers important insights into the complex identity positions of Latvia, Russian speakers, and how these positions have evolved in Latvia since the late Soviet period"--Back cover
    Abstract: Introduction -- Discourse, memory, and identity -- Latvian state and nation-building -- Russian-language media and identity formation -- Examining Russian-speaking identity from below -- The "democratisation of history" and generational change -- The primacy of politics? Political discourse and identity formation -- The Russian Federation and Russian-speaking identity in Latvia -- A bright future?
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-223) and index. - Print version record
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