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Državne rabe kulturnih pomenov za politične namene: produkcija nacionalnih ljudi in plebiscitna propaganda na Koroškem 1920
Pušnik, Maruša (Author)

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Abstract
Država lahko instrumentalizira povsem arbitrarne in kulturno specifične koncepte za politične namene, da bi dosegla neke politične cilje, kot na primer izgradnjo nacionalne identitete. Avtorica se v članku ukvarja s kritično analizo rabe kulturnih pomenov za namene političnega komuniciranja države. Osredotoči se na študijo primera plebiscitne propagande, ki sta jo na Koroškem izvajali Avstrija in Kraljevina SHS leta 1920 pred plebiscitom, ki je odločil o pripadnosti Koroške k Avstriji. Plebiscitna propaganda je tista oblika razkazovanja politične moči obeh državnih formacij, ki odigra eno izmed ključnih vlog pri produkciji nacionalnih ljudi na Koroškem ter pri poglabljanju nacionalnih razlik med njimi. Prek takšnih komunikacijskih praks držav se je nacionalnost ne le institucionalizirala, ampak je začela tudi intenzivno vstopati v vsakdanje življenje. Ta primer nam pokaže, kako država v komuniciranju s prebivalci doseže nek splošno sprejeti konsenz, ko poljubne kulturne pomene spreminja v nacionalne in tako nadzira svojo populacijo. Rezultat plebiscita moramo zato razumeti kot produkt takšnih komunikacijskih praks države, ne pa kot odraz neke vnaprej obstoječe nacionalne volje Korošcev. Nacionalna meja na Koroškem ni zgodovinska nujnost, ampak je produkt trka državotvornih diskurzov, ki vsaj že od plebiscita naprej formirajo nacionalne ideologije in s tem omogočajo teren za reproduciranje nacionalnih razlikovanj.

Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2006
Number of pages:str. S55-S73
Numbering:Vol. 13, supl.
UDC:323.1
ISSN on article:1318-3222
COBISS.SI-ID:25923933 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Javnost
Shortened title:Javnost
Publisher:Evropski inštitut za komuniciranje in kulturo
ISSN:1318-3222
COBISS.SI-ID:40119808 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:State uses of cultural meanings for political purposes: production of national people in the plebiscite propaganda in Carinthia,1920
Abstract:
In order to achieve specific political ends, such as for example the creation of national identity, a state can instrumentalize arbitrary and culturally specific concepts for political purposes. The article focuses on the plebiscite propaganda in Carinthia by two states, Austria and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes before the 1920 plebiscite about the annexation of Carinthia to Austria. The plebiscite propaganda was the way of exhibiting political power of both states and it played a crucial role in the production of national people in Carinthia and in the construction of differences between them. Such use of communication practices by both states enabled nationality to be institutionalized and to decisively determine people's everyday lives. This case proves that the state can achieve through communication with its residents a widely accepted consensus when it transforms arbitrary cultural meanings into national ones and in this way creates and controls its own population. The outcome of the plebiscite should be understood as a product of such state-performed communication practices and not as a reflection of some pre-existing national will of Carinthians. Therefore, national border in Carinthia should not be seen as historical necessity, but as the product of the clash of the two state-building discourses that have at least from the plebiscite onwards produced national ideologies and in this regard prepared solid grounds for the reproduction of national differentiation.


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