I diritti culturali come componente pluralista degli Stati post-nazionali. Verso un concetto dinamico di cittadinanza?
Cultural rights as a pluralist component of post-national States. Towards a dynamic concept of citizenship?
The contribution is aimed at highlighting the evolution of the traditional pillars of the notion of citizenship (language, nation, territory) through socio-cultural-linguistic integration policies, modulated on two formulas (the associative formula - the Belgian and Dutch pillarization - and the French individual formula taken up by many countries of the continental European area). In particular, the study distinguishes, on the one hand, multinationalism (i.e. cultural diversity originating from the absorption into a larger state of territorially concentrated cultures that previously governed themselves and that often leads in ethnic federalism organization) and, on the other hand, multiethnicity (the cultural diversity that arises from immigration and the consequent insistence on a territory of different ethnic groups).
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