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Li,  Q.  and  M.B.  Brewer,  2004.  What  does  it  
mean  to  be  an  American?  Patrio=sm,  
na=onalism,  and  American  iden=ty  a@er  9/11.  
Poli%cal  Psychology  25  (5):  727-­‐39.  

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [1/16)

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [2/16)

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [3/16)

This  ar=cle  is  based  on  a  survey  shortly  a@er  
9/11  dealing  with  the  difference  between  
patrio=sm  and  na=onalism  and  the  
rela=onship  between  na=onal  iden=ty  and  
pluralis=c  views.    

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [4/16)

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [5/16)

A  strong  na=onal  iden=ty  is  desirable  insofar  as  
it  can  create  unity  among  ci=zens,  direct  their  
individual  pursuits  to  the  common  good,  and  
encourage  responsible  values  like  poli=cal  
par=cipa=on.  When  carried  to  an  extreme,  
however,  it  cons=tutes  hyper-­‐na=onalism  and  
promotes  authoritarianism,  intolerance,  and  
warmongering.    

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [6/16)

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [7/16)

Patrio=sm  refers  to  the  posi=ve  aUributes  of  
na=onal  iden=ty  while  na=onalism  refers  to  
the  nega=ve.  The  first  does  not  have  to  lead  to  
the  second,  which  is  linked  to  insecure  ingroup  
iden=fica=on  and  intergroup  differen=a=on,  
exacerbated  by  a  superiority  complex  toward  
the  rest  of  the  world.  Patrio=sm,  unlike  
na=onalism,  is  consistent  with  interna=onalist  
values;  it  is  also  more  likely  to  be  associated  
with  tolerance  and  diversity.  As  the  author  
points  out,  the  phenomena  are  two  sides  of  
the  same  coin.    

Cultura Norteamerica, Dr. Jason Kendall Moore, Universidad de Playa Ancha, Campus San Felipe, Primer Semestre 2015
Unit 1: What does it mean to be an American? [8/16)


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