In addition to maintaining a linguistic point of view, Chadwick also questions the issue of knowledge and ignorance in his discussion of the growth of national ideologies
. It can be inferred that in this second part of the study, the author touches upon issues that will enable the reader to extrapolate Chadwicks observations from many different perspectives, despite his primary focus on the British public.
In the social sciences literature there are several studies on the structure of national ideologies
and the notions they are framed upon (see Verdery 1991, 1993, Csepeli 1992, Culic 2006, Szucs 1984), as well as on the way the national identity of individuals manifests itself in everyday life (see, Boari et al.
For some of us, religious belief bound up in the notion of "spirit freedom" that all receive as a gift of God, for others, it is intimately tied to freedom of conscience, new religious beliefs or even national ideologies
Hence, the suggestion that the influence ran solely in one direction--in the sense that the great powers were able to use the Games to promote national ideologies
, beliefs or agendas without themselves being influenced by the ideologies promoted by the creators and supporters of the Games--is to miss a significant aspect of the growth of international sport in the early 20th century.
Moreover, Leavitt's attention to the ways in which household furnishings are discussed throughout this genre reminds historians that things offer a symbolic language expressing "national ideologies
of class, race, and gender" (206).
"The fighting should be in the name of God only, not in the name of national ideologies
, nor to seek victory for the ignorant governments that rule all Arab states, including Iraq.
This episode ended in the 1930s, when liberalism was effectively challenged by various supra national ideologies
. The Egyptian cultural experience thus lends credence to the contention that ideological production transpires within a bounded historical process that has a beginning and an end.
John suggests that nationalism is a much messier affair than the clear-cut national ideologies
may lead one to suspect.
First of all I will try to show that anthropologists did not understand what was happening, because they did not know -- or did not want to know -- how to observe the behavior of the population related to respective national ideologies
and in the context of the interrelatedness of the West and the Balkans.