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Historiebrukets makt : hur utnyttjade exjugoslaviska politiker historien och den nationella diskursen för att mobilisera under Jugoslavienkrigen?En diskursanalys av nationalism av tre välkända tal.

Heintz, Beatrice LU (2014) MRSK30 20141
Human Rights Studies
Abstract (Swedish)
The purpose of this paper was to show how politicians choose to use the history and the national discourse to mobilize for their ideological purposes. The Yugoslavia war is a clear example of that history can be used as a dangerous weapon during national and ethnical conflicts. To illuminate this a discourse analysis of nationalism and the ideological use of history will be done on three ex-Yugoslavian politicians’ speeches. These speeches are Slobodan Milosevic’s speech to a million Serbs in Kosovo Polje in 1989, Radovam Karadzic’s speech to the Bosnian parliament in 1991 and Franjo Tudjman in Knin after Operation Storm in 1995. This paper also examines the historical myths the politicians are using to show that they just are nothing but... (More)
The purpose of this paper was to show how politicians choose to use the history and the national discourse to mobilize for their ideological purposes. The Yugoslavia war is a clear example of that history can be used as a dangerous weapon during national and ethnical conflicts. To illuminate this a discourse analysis of nationalism and the ideological use of history will be done on three ex-Yugoslavian politicians’ speeches. These speeches are Slobodan Milosevic’s speech to a million Serbs in Kosovo Polje in 1989, Radovam Karadzic’s speech to the Bosnian parliament in 1991 and Franjo Tudjman in Knin after Operation Storm in 1995. This paper also examines the historical myths the politicians are using to show that they just are nothing but just myths. (Less)
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Heintz, Beatrice LU
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MRSK30 20141
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Historiebruk, Franjo Tudjman, Radovan Karadzic, Slobodan Milosevic, The Yugoslavian war, mobilization, ethnicity, nationalism, The use of history, national discourse, nationell diskurs, etnicitet, mobilisering, Jugoslaviskakrigen, mänskliga rättigheter, human rights
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Swedish
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4452034
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2014-08-20 15:05:02
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2014-09-04 08:27:41
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this paper was to show how politicians choose to use the history and the national discourse to mobilize for their ideological purposes. The Yugoslavia war is a clear example of that history can be used as a dangerous weapon during national and ethnical conflicts. To illuminate this a discourse analysis of nationalism and the ideological use of history will be done on three ex-Yugoslavian politicians’ speeches. These speeches are Slobodan Milosevic’s speech to a million Serbs in Kosovo Polje in 1989, Radovam Karadzic’s speech to the Bosnian parliament in 1991 and Franjo Tudjman in Knin after Operation Storm in 1995. This paper also examines the historical myths the politicians are using to show that they just are nothing but just myths.},
  author       = {Heintz, Beatrice},
  keyword      = {Historiebruk,Franjo Tudjman,Radovan Karadzic,Slobodan Milosevic,The Yugoslavian war,mobilization,ethnicity,nationalism,The use of history,national discourse,nationell diskurs,etnicitet,mobilisering,Jugoslaviskakrigen,mänskliga rättigheter,human rights},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Historiebrukets makt : hur utnyttjade exjugoslaviska politiker historien och den nationella diskursen för att mobilisera under Jugoslavienkrigen?En diskursanalys av nationalism av tre välkända tal.},
  year         = {2014},
}