Nation-Building And The Failure Of Institutional Capitalism In Fukui Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… • Participation: The extension of suffrage to hitherto under-privileged strata of the population and protection of the rights of organised opposition. • Identity: A measure of the effectiveness of the processes of socialising individuals and groups into accepting themselves as citizens of the emergent national community, achieved by means of schools, literary media, institutionalised rituals and symbols such as myths, flags, anthems and songs and popular heroes and inculcating a sense of ‘national rivals, adversaries and enemies’ • Legitimacy: The culmination of the creation of loyalty to and confidence in the established structure of political institutions in the given system; which also ensures regular conformity to rules and regulations issued by authorities within the system. • Distribution, which ensures the establishment of social services and social security measures, income generation and equalisation through progressive transfers between the less endowed to the more endowed individuals, groups and …show more content…
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