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Lecture 5

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Anth Lecture 5Defining Nations Citizens Immigrants Diasporas1Power aPower as coercionbPower through meaningPower the capacity to shape or transform a given situation determine outcomes and to act upon the actions of others2Imagining the Nation cultural citizenship and belongingaImagined communities of the nationbDiasporas and immigrants linkages and boundariesiBeauty contests in belizeNationalism socialcultural practice concerned wi
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