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[Anglo-Indians are a mixed descent minority community, originating from European colonial groups making their home in India, with Britain being the most influential. From the earliest days, most Anglo-Indians enacted their identification with Britain through language, dress, food and religion,...
[Drawing on field research in Tyre, Mollica addresses conflicting loyalties and legitimate illegality. In the Lebanon, the idea of a ‘co-cultural’ architecture does not work because the electorate acts, and votes, according to ethno-religious interests. Hezbollah—a political legal entity and a...
[Sarfati discusses three Seoul cases related to protest and commemoration after a recent tragic disaster that demonstrate the centrality of morality and legitimacy to people’s resentment of the perceived immorality of the government. The protests following Sewŏl Ferry’s sinking and the...
[Zdeněk Uherek uses the example of the Roma in the Czech Republic to discuss some general aspects of political participation and the legitimation of power. The discussion focuses on the question of multiple responsibilities and deals predominantly with people who are ‘officially’ legitimised...
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