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Unformatted text preview: How does this link to creating and/or imagining communities, and to a larger sense of nationalism or nationalist identity? 5) The author talks about how newspapers allowed “the unfamiliar” to “become familiar” (see page 112); what does he mean by this? 6) What are some of the strategies used by newspapers to represent events? How does this contribute to the shift in perception of time and space by the readers? And how does this establish the legitimacy of the newspapers? 7) How is the idea of “otherness” and exclusion integral to the construction or imagining of communities? 8) What are three critiques the author (Hagen) makes of Anderson’s argument about print newspapers and the construction of community and national identity?...
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- Fall '10
- national identity, Dutch East Indies, James Hagen, Society James Hagen, early 20th century