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American Political Science Review 90:4 (December): 715-35. Friedman, Susan. 1998. Talk given to NEH Seminar, University of WisconsinMadison (Summer). , ed. 1998. Making Majorities: Constituting the Nation in Japan, Korea, China, Malaysia, Fiji, Turkey, and the United States. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Habermas, Jurgen. 1968. Knowledge and Human Interest. Boston: Beacon Press. Huntington, Samuel P. 1968. Political Order in Changing Societies. New Haven: Yale University Press. Kolb, David.

An Abraham Fund Publication. New York: Continuum. 22 THE POLITICS OF CULTURAL PLURALISM Young, Crawford. 1976. The Politics of Cultural Pluralism. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. ———, ed. 1993. The Rising Tide of Cultural Pluralism: The Nation-State at Bay? Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Part 2 Transforming the Conceptual, Theoretical, and Methodological Terrain Chapter 2 A Propaedeutic to the Theorizing of Cultural Pluralism Jeff Hoover It is commonly noted that even while political democratization appears to be on the march globally, there also is a groundswell of movements emphasizing distinctions and differences among humans.

The ensuing analysis does not seek to establish a detailed theoretical framework for understanding, explaining, and analyzing identity movements but aims at a new propaedeutic for such work by outlining the basic commitments of a new theoretical framework. , individuals are ascribed membership to these groups by others). But mere ascription of individuals to a group is insufficient to establish identity. An identity group is one in which this ascribed membership becomes fundamentally constitutive for the self-understanding of its members.

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