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In this collected volume, psychologists, sociologists, philosophers, a political scientist, and an historian she light on the phenomenon of patriotism. In spite of the great power of patriotism, social scientists have directed very little attention to its study. PATRIOTISM fills this gap and creates an approach to study this important topic. This is a book of political psychology that examines patriotism's origins and history, theories of development, and functions and roles in individual and group life. Although the authors are guided by different disciplinary traditions and perspectives, the book provides a systemic, coherent analysis of patriotism.

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1. Patriotism: Its Scope and Meaning, Daniel Bar-Tel and Ervin Straub. PART ONE: THE NATURE OF PATRIOTISM. 2. Reflections on Patriotism, Yael Tamir. PART TWO: THE ROOTS OF PATRIOTISM. 3. The Evolutionary Roots of Patriotism, Gary R. Johnson. 4. The Structure and Correlates of Attitudes Toward One's Nation in Samples of United States and Japanese College Students: A Comparative Study, Seymour Feshbach. 5. Patriotism and Collective System of Meanings, Janusz Reykowski. 6. The Uses of the Past: Patriotism Between History and Memory, Avner Ben-Amos. PART THREE: THE FUNCTION OF PATRIOTISM. 7. Patriotism as Identity and Action, Yitzhak Kashti. 8. Nationalism, Patriotism, and National Identity: Social Psychological Dimensions, Herbert Kelman. 9. The Tangled Web of Loyalty: Nationalism, Patriotism, and Ethnocentrism, Stephen Worchel with Dawna Coutant. PART FOUR: THE TYPES OF PATRIOTISM. 10. Blind versus Constructive Patriotism: Moving from Embeddedness in the Group to Critical Loyalty and Action, Ervin Straub. 11. Manifestations of Blind and Constructive Patriotism: Personality Correlates and Induvidual-Group Relations, Robert T. Schatz and Ervin Straub. 12. The Monopolization of Patriotism, Daniel Bar-Tal. 13. Fighting for the Finest Image We Have of Her: Patriotism and Oppositional Politics, Molly Andrews. 14. Russian Patriotism: Forward to the Past, Leonid Gozman. PART FIVE: THE FUTURE OF PATRIOTISM. 15. Should Patriotism Have a Future?, Stephen Nathanson.

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