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. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 6. Part 1. P. 149-153.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Culturology
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SOCIAL RHETORIC OF POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND NATIONAL IDENTITY SPLIT IN IRELAND AT THE TURN OF THE XIXTH-XXTH CENTURIES

Mel'nikova Svetlana Viktorovna
Komsomol'sk-on-Amur


Abstract. The author discusses national identity crisis in the context of Ireland social problems of the beginning of the XXth century, considers crisis as the confrontation of ethnic communities sectarian and traditional values with alien reality imposing modernistic cultural patterns of bourgeois society, and concludes that it is the dominance of sectarian identity over a class one that made it impossible to realize social question significance.
Key words and phrases: социальный вопрос в Ирландии, Парламентская партия, Ирландское республиканское братство (ИРБ), Объединенная ирландская лига (UIL), Древний орден ибернийцев (AOH), образ национальной идентичности, social question in Ireland, Parliamentary Party, Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), United Irish League (UIL), Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), national identity image.
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