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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Samfunnsvitenskap Sosiologi The origins of the "regime of goodness"

    The origins of the "regime of goodness"

    The origins of the "regime of goodness"

    The origins of the "regime of goodness" (remapping the cultural history of Norway)

    Forfatter Universitetsforl.

    Levering 2-6 dager

    359,- Nå 311,-

    ISBN:

    9788215017792

    Forlag:

    Universitetsforl.

    Trykkeår:

    2011

    Utgitt:

    2011

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    231

    Vekt:

    354 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    The origins of the "regime of goodness"
    Universitetsforl.
    9788215017792

    Haugenboks omtale:

    In this book, the author attempts to explore the cultural sources of the Norwegian success. What are the significant myths, images and codes of conduct that have propelled the Norwegian «regime of goodness»? How have they evolved over time? Who were their codifiers? Haugenboks omtale In this book, the author attempts to explore the cultural sources of the Norwegian success. What are the significant myths, images and codes of conduct that have propelled the Norwegian «regime of goodness»? How have they evolved over time? Who were their codifiers?

    Forlagets omtale:

    The author takes issue with the stock interpretation of Norwegian (and indeed Scandinavian) cultural history, according to which the foundations of modern Nordic identity are to be found in the Romantic breakthrough. She argues that, while Norway was indeed perceived as the cradle of European LES MER Romanticism, its romantic credentials are at best suspect and were largely invented by the outside world. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale The author takes issue with the stock interpretation of Norwegian (and indeed Scandinavian) cultural history, according to which the foundations of modern Nordic identity are to be found in the Romantic breakthrough. She argues that, while Norway was indeed perceived as the cradle of European Romanticism, its romantic credentials are at best suspect and were largely invented by the outside world.