Politics and Fanfare in Representations of Imperial Government in XIX — early XX Centuries: Cases of Russia and Austro-Hungary
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Politics and Fanfare in Representations of Imperial Government in XIX — early XX Centuries: Cases of Russia and Austro-Hungary
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This paper aims to compare the model of the construction of the collective identity in Russia and Austro-Hungary in XIX — early XX centuries through the concept of the sacralization of politics. Author concludes that Russian official ideology developed to strengthen a “political religion”. Meanwhile, Austro-Hungary had to choose the path towards a “civic religion”.
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Russian Empire, Austro-Hungary, dynasty myth, imperial identity
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15.06.2014
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06.09.2014
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