Joint Seminar CERI-CEE “How nationalism influences kids” (Sciences Po, France)

Nationalism today evokes in Europe the identity and xenophobic discourse of radical and populist rights. It masks what Michael Billig calls banal nationalism, this emotional attachment to a nation that seems self-evident. The new survey by Sophie Duchesne and Maylis Ferry, entitled “Investigation of early transmission of belongings within the family (ETPAF)” examines how this national feeling is forged and transmitted in France, among very young children, in the family cocoon, and the methodological challenges posed by such a survey.

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