Research Task 1- Cultural markers of group identity

Among social scientists, Joshua Fishman most prominently discussed the buy viagra in canada role of culture and discount viagra online language as a powerful markers of identity in a systematic manner (1968, 1972, 1980), followed by many other scholars treating both culture and language as the discount canadian cialis markers of individual and buy cheap viagra internet group identity (Phillipson & Skutnabb-Kangas 1986, Skutnabb-Kangas 1981, Skutnabb-Kangas, et al. 1995). The import of the cialis dosagem multiculturalism debate into European context had additionally, brought the canadian generic cialis issue of identity to fore emphasising the best price for generic cialis importance of individual as well as of group identity for persons involved (Uhlin 2010; Sigad and buy viagra now online Eisikovits 2010; Säävälä 2010; Robbins 2010; Poole 2010; McCrone and cialis online 10mg Bechhofer 2010; Song 2009; Maxwell 2009; Aptekar 2009; Sainsbury 2006) Particularly the recent advocacy of minority rights has been successfully supporting the claims of different communities for greater acknowledgement of their cultural rights. The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities, the European Charter for Regional and propecia canada Minority Languages are but few examples that allow agents’ claims to be reformulated in policy relevant terms. Within this RT current projects include:

  • Culture as public good - unrecognised cultures as subculturs
  • Impact of multilingualism on cultural identities of minority communities

ECMI founders:

The German Federal GovernmentThe German
Federal Government
The Danish GovernmentThe Danish
The Federal State Schleswig-HolsteinThe Federal State