Crossing the Boundary into the Russian "Imagined Community". "Language", "Culture" and "Religion" in Russian Media Discourse on the Integration of Immigrants

  • Jussi Lassila Utrikespolitiska institutet FIIA

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Crossing the Boundary into the Russian "Imagined Community". "Language", "Culture" and "Religion" in Russian Media Discourse on the Integration of Immigrants

Jussi Lassila reviews Christine Myrdahl Lukash’ doctoral dissertation Crossing the Boundary into the Russian "Imagined Community". "Language", "Culture" and "Religion" in Russian Media Discourse on the Integration of Immigrants. The dissertation analyses how the Russian ‘imagined community’ is represented in the 2000–2015 Russian media discourse on the integration of immigrants, and the role of ‘language’, ‘culture’ and ‘identity’ in this respect. Also, it compares this media discourse with the presidential discourse of the same period.

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Jussi Lassila, Utrikespolitiska institutet FIIA

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Publisert
2019-12-17
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Lassila, J. (2019). Crossing the Boundary into the Russian "Imagined Community". "Language", "Culture" and "Religion" in Russian Media Discourse on the Integration of Immigrants. Nordisk Østforum, 33, 148-150. https://doi.org/10.23865/noros.v33.2028
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Russia, national identity, nationalism, immigration, media discourse